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Shree Hastinapur Shwetamber, Uttar Pradesh

Shree Avanti Parshwanath Shwetamber, Madhya Pradesh

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Shree Vahi Parshwanath Shwetamber - 108 Parshwanath, Madhya Pradesh

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Shree Hasampura Shwetamber, Madhya Pradesh

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Ethics Of Jainism

ahinsa

The principle of ahimsa is avoiding harm to others through body, thoughts(mana), speech (vachana), and actions (karya).

Ahimsa

asatyam

Satya means "truth". To speak harmless truth only. They believe that lying and exaggeration are dangerous because they often cause hurt.

Satyam

asteyam

Asteya means "not stealing". Not to take anything that is not propery given or offered.One should not steal, ask others to do so, or approve of such activities.

Asteya

brahmacharyam

Brahmacharya means "chastity", avoidance of promiscuity and exploitative relationships. Total abstinence from sensual pleasure.

Brahmacharya

aparigraha

Aparigraha means "non-possessiveness".A complete detachment from people,places and material things. It is control over objectivity.

Aparigraha

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Jainism traditionally known as Jaina Dharma, is an Indian religion that prescribes a path of non-violence towards all living beings and emphasizes spiritual independence and equality between all forms of life.

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