The only fact that mattered to him was that he had killed a man. He had become a murderer and a sinner. But a terrorist? After all he was a Muslim! Read to unravel the suspense.
As per Jainism, the importance of forgiveness can never be overemphasized, and Paryushan, the holiest period in Jain religion, is a festival of repentance, soul-searching, atonement and most importantly, forgiveness. So, know about three wonderful Jain sutras that seek forgiveness from all and forgive all.
Who is Mahavir in Jainism? Born in 599 BC in Vaishali that lies in the modern Indian state of Bihar, the 24th Tirthankar of Jainism of the present era, Lord Mahavira’s principles of nonviolence, truthfulness, celibacy, non-possessiveness & non-absolutism still continue to elevate our lifestyles. He, who conquered no battle nor slain any enemy, is […]
Recently, an abrupt row has been brought into light by the self-proclaimed representatives of certain religions, for Yoga seems anti-religious to them. This debate of “Yoga versus Religion”, has gained further momentum, with the International Yoga Day on 21st June coming closer. But, what is the reason behind polarizing the issue on religious terms and […]