All of us have different faith and believes in a particular religion. All the religions teach us to live in peace among others. All of us want to choose the path of the right side. Walking positively does not mean to leave your daily life behind you. But it means to follow the teachings of the guru ahead along with your everyday life. It maintains a balance between your life and spirituality.
In India, there are a lot of diverse religions that we preach every day. Out of which, Jainism is also an ancient religion that has countless followers all over the world. Jainism teaches you to live peacefully with full simplicity. This religion asks its followers to embrace the path of clarity where they will find peace and warmth. Jain philosophy is slightly different than the Hindu rituals. They worship God to maintain discipline in life and to serve God.
However, in Hindu temples, we worship God to please the idols, ask for something, and honor God. Jain people want to balance a better concentration in their lives, where they do not care about their dearest ones' detachment.
As every religion has its symbols, Jain symbols are also very unique. In Jainism, a person praying to Tirthankaras is known as a worshipper, not as a devotee, because he is here to worship God, maintain discipline, and follow the rules. In other words, Jainism is an action religion that believes in discipline. It teaches you how to become more disciplined in life by gathering your community together at all the festivals.
Unlike another guru, Jain gurus do not wear any piece of cloth on their body. As they believe in simplicity, they dedicate their lives to the utmost level of clarity.