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Jainism

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Jainism (pronounced in English as /ˈdʒeɪ.nɪzm̩/) or Jain Dharma is a religion and philosophy from ancient India. In modern India, Jainism is a minority, but it is growing in the United States, Western Europe, Africa, etc. Jains still practice Shraman or the ascetic (self-denial tradition).The Shraman and the ascetic are exercises for the Jains.

Jainism has influenced religion, ethics, politics, and economics in India for more than 2000 years. Jainism emphasizes the spiritual independence and equality of all life, and also non-violence. Self-control is how Jains reach the true nature of the soul.

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