Looking into the Way of Non-Violence and The soul Harmony in Jainism

The fundamentals of Jain ideas: The core tenets of Jainism—non-violence (ahimsa), truth (satya), non-stealing (asteya), celibacy (brahmacharya), and non-attachment (aparigraha)—are highly valued. Jainism is based on the teachings of Lord Mahavira. Gaining knowledge of the philosophical underpinnings of Jainism offers valuable perspectives on the moral and ethical standards that direct the lives of its supporters.

The Three Jewels are the Path to Liberation: The Three Jewels, or Ratnatraya, are the center of Jainism. These are the three: Samyak Jnana (right knowledge), Samyak Darshana (right faith), and Samyak Charitra (right conduct). The path to ultimate freedom from the cycle of birth and death (samsara) and spiritual liberation (moksha) is formed by pursuing these virtues.



Gentleness in Practice: The Jain Diet One of the main principles of Jainism is kindness, or non-violence, which has an impact on many areas of life, including nutrition. Jain vegetarianism includes careful avoidance of harm to all living things in addition to giving up meat. Jain practitioners make compassionate decisions when they comprehend the daily practice of kindness.


Giving up and Self-denial: Humility, which is characterized by giving up worldly pleasures and attachments, is a major aspect of Jain monastic life. Known as Sadhus and Sadhvis, monks and nuns are the embodiment of austerity, self-control, and spiritual concentration. Examining the austere way of life sheds light on the Jain community's strong dedication to spiritual growth.

Jain Rituals and Temples: Jainism's temples are witnesses to its rich creative and architectural past. Festivals, prayers, and intricate rituals are all essential components of Jain worship. Gaining insight into the significance of rituals and the symbolism of Jain temple architecture allows one to get a sense of the spiritual vitality of the Jain community.


कानपुर शहर के सबसे पुराने मेमोरियल चर्च, इनकी अनूठी शिल्पकला आज भी लोगों को आकर्षित करती है

क्रिसमस के दिन  चर्चों में लोगों को प्रभु यीशु के सामने प्रार्थना करते देखा जा सकता है। चूंकि प्रत्येक चर्च का अपना अलग इतिहास होता है।

सोमनाथ ज्योतिर्लिंग, गुजरात

सोमनाथ मंदिर, जिसे सोमनाथ मंदिर या देव पाटन भी कहा जाता है, भारत के गुजरात में वेरावल के प्रभास पाटन में स्थित एक हिंदू मंदिर है। यह हिंदुओं के लिए सबसे पवित्र तीर्थ स्थलों में से एक है और माना जाता है कि यह शिव के बारह ज्योतिर्लिंग मंदिरों में से पहला है।  कई मुस्लिम आक्रमणकारियों और शासकों द्वारा बार-बार विनाश के बाद, विशेष रूप से 11वीं शताब्दी में महमूद गजनी के हमले से शुरू होकर, मंदिर का कई बार पुनर्निर्माण किया गया था।  

हिमाचल-उत्तराखंड की सीमा पर यमुना नदी के तट पर सिरमौर नाम से एक जिला है जो पांवटा साहिब गुरुद्वारा स्थित है

पांवटा साहिब के नाम का अर्थ पांवटा साहिब की स्थापना सिखों के दसवें गुरु गोविंद सिंह ने की थी।

Hindu traditions Beautiful Point of Unity Between Science and Religion

Hinduism, the worlds oldest extant religion, is a complex of spiritualism, philosophy, and scientific research. Hinduism in its key is an integrative system that perceives all things as interdependent ranging from subatomic particles to cosmic dimensions. In this article, we set out on a journey to explore how science meets spirituality in Hinduism by understanding ancient scientific knowledge, universe and ecology present in its texts.

Ancient Scientific Knowledge:The ancient sages and seers of Hinduism were not only spiritual visionaries but also keen observers of the natural world. The Vedas – the oldest religious texts of Hinduism – contain references to several scientific concepts that were well ahead of their time. For example, hymns in Rig-Veda describe the earth as spherical and rotating around its axis which precedes today’s bright discoveries by centuries.