Mahavira


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Mahavira

(ˌmɑːhəˈvɪərə)
n
(Biography) the title of Vardhamana 599–527 bc, Indian ascetic and religious teacher, regarded as the founder of Jainism
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It is unfortunate that Time has to negatively label the Prime Minister of this religiously diverse country, the land of the Buddha, Mahavira and Guru Nanak, Mahatma and the freedom fighters of all religions.
Mind you Lohacarya was the 28th guru after Mahavira, the founder of Jainism, and who completed Jainism.
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In Jainism, the day is celebrated to mark the anniversary of nirvana or liberation of Lord Mahavira while Sikhs celebrate it as the day when their sixth guru, Guru Hargobind, was released from captivity.
It is believed that Lord Mahavira, the 24th Tirthankara after attaining enlightenment, made Gautam Swami as his first disciple on the full moon day in the month of Asadha.
Primero el pueblo entero ("la pobre gente", describe el relato) y luego su representacion en el jurado: Musulmanes y sikhs, judios negros, hindues y monjes de Mahavira se unen para poner fin al sometimiento.
Then in Persia the great prophet Zoroaster appeared; China produced Lao-tzu and then Confucius; in India the Upanishads were written, and Gotama the Buddha lived, and Mahavira, the founder of the Jain religion and, probably about the end of this period, the writing of the Bhagavad Gita; and Greece produced Pythagoras and then, ending this golden age...
For Jains, it commemorates the time when prince Mahavira, also known as Vardhamana, achieved moksha - freedom from the cycle of life and death.
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Other historic sites in the region include one Jain Vihara, 12 Buddha Viharas, 22 Shiva temples and monolithic statues of Mahavira and Buddha," says Aloke Bajpai, CEO and co- founder of ixigo.