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Mahavira and Jainism
positions but this is problematic and a misreading of Jain. (to some 468.C.). Mahavira taught that the soul is permanent and eternal with respect to dravya (substance) and impermanent with respect to paryaya (modes that originate and vanish). Jain, Gokulchandra (2015 Samantabhadrabhrat (1st. Seen in this way, the Buddhists who practice vegetarianism (animal products, such as eggs, honey, dairy, root vegetables acceptable to eat) are not that extreme, when compared to the Jain diet. However, when Arishtanemi discovered the great number of deer and other animals to be sacrificed at his wedding, he changed his mind to prevent their slaughter, brooded over the cruelty and violence of human society, and soon renounced the world to seek and find enlightenment.
Mahavira and Jainism
(1999 Encyclopedia of World Religions, Merriam-Webster, isbn Dowling, Elizabeth.; Scarlett,. Ascetic lineage edit Mahavira has been mistakenly called the founder of Jainism. (2001 Jains in the World: Religious Values and Ideology in India, Oxford University Press, isbn Cort, John. (1998 Open Boundaries: Jain Communities and Cultures in Indian History, suny Press, ISBort, John. Digambara text, Uttarapurna mention that Mahavira was born at Kundpur kingdom of Videh. The use of the srivatsa mark on Mahavira's chest, along with his dhyana-mudra posture, appears in Kushana Empire -era artwork. Renunciation edit See also: Jain monasticism At the age of thirty, Mahavira abandoned the comforts of royal life and left his home and family to live an ascetic life in the pursuit of spiritual awakening. 154 References edit Citations edit "Mahavira" Archived t the Wayback Machine. This mythology has similarities with those found in the mythical texts of the Vaishnavism tradition of Hinduism. According to the Jain tradition, Mahavira had 14,000 muni (male ascetics 36,000 aryika (nuns 159,000 sravakas (laymen and 318,000 sravikas (laywomen) as his followers.