Lord Mahavira, the great savior of the world
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Published by Jaina Mittra Mandal in Delhi .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Mahāvīra.,
  • Tīrthaṅkaras -- Biography.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Kamta Prasad Jain.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBL1371 .J327
The Physical Object
Pagination33 p. ;
Number of Pages33
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4390036M
LC Control Number78911042

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  Mahavira was a spiritual teacher and a key figure in the growth of Jainism. He advocated a spiritual path focused on ahimsa (non-violence) and satya (truth). Mahavira taught that adherence to these basic principles, combined with meditation and the practice of brahmacharya (chastity) would enable a seeker to attain spiritual liberation. Mahavira was born in [ ]. ADVERTISEMENTS: Though Mahavira Jaina was the founder of the historical Jainism, the jaina traditions maintained that there were 23 Tirthankars or prophets of that faith before the birth of Mahavira. Mahavira thus is regarded as the twenty-fourth Tirthankara of the Jainas. It is said that the first of those prophets was Rishabha, and the last [ ]. Mahavira, also known as Vardhamana was the 24th tirthankara of was the spiritual successor of 23rd tirthankara ra was born in the early part of the 6th century BCE into a royal Kshatriya Jain family in present-day Bihar, India. Lord Mahavira preached for 30 years all over the Aryakhand in the form of Arihant Permeshthi. His age had become about 72 years. Once He came to Pawapuri and got seated on a great gem-rock in the middle of the Pond, with abundant lotus flowers. The Samavsaran had been diminished till then.