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1) Who is Jain?
2) What Jain Religion means?
3) Who is called Jineshwar Bhagwant?
4) What are other names of Jain Religion?
5) How many Jineshwar Bhagwants are there?
6) What are the other names of Shri Jineshwar Parmatma?
7) What is to be said while entering the temple?
8) What shall we say when we meet Jain Saint on the way?
9) At present which Parmatma’s Shasan is going on?
10) How many philosophies are there?
11) What is the Religion?
12) What is Shravak?
13) Give the perfect meaning of Shravak?
14) When can Shri Navkar Mantra chant?
15) What is Samayik?
16) What is the prescribed time course for this Samayik?
17) Worship of God is done by touching their nine body parts. Which are they?
18) Why the worships of Parmatma is done by touching their mentioned parts of the body?
19) How shall the Darshan of Almighty is to be done?
20) Why shall we orbit around the statue of Parmatma?
21) Give the names of our sacred Tirths?
   
 
Q-1)

Who is Jain?

Ans. Whoever follows the words of Shri Jineshwar Bhagwant is known as Jain
 
Q-2)

What Jain Religion means?

Ans.
The Religion that has been showed by Shri Jineshwar Parmatma is known as Jain Religion
   
Q-3)

Who is called Jineshwar Bhagwant?

Ans.
Who has won and neutralize the love and hate, and has all positive feature thereby zero negative features the person of this kind is known as Jineshwar Bhagwant.
   
Q-4)

What are other names of Jain Religion?

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Other names of Jain religion are “Daya Dharma”, “Syadwad Dharma” and “Arhat Dharma” and so on.
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Q-5)

How many Jineshwar Bhagwants are there?

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There are Twenty Four Jineshwar Parmatmas in a descending period of Kal Chakra.
   
Q-6)

What are the other names of Shri Jineshwar Parmatma?

Ans.
Arihant, Tirthankar, Vitraag, Jineshwar, Parmatma, Bhagwan, Devadhidev are some other names of Shri Jineshwar Parmatma.
   
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What is to be said while entering the temple?

Ans.
While entering the temple we should say “Nisihi” three times and as we see Almighty by joining our hands and with due respect we should say “Namo Jinanam”.
   
Q-8)

What shall we say when we meet Jain Saint on the way?

Ans. On the way when we meet Jain Saint then at that time we shall say “Mathaen Vandami”
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Q-9)

At present which Parmatma’s Shasan is going on?

Ans. At present Shraman Bhagwan Shri Mahavir Swami’s Shasan is going on.
 
Q-10) How many philosophies are there?
Ans. There are three philosophies namely 1) Dev or Sarvagna Parmatma, 2) Saint or Dharma Guru and 3) Religion or Dharma itself.
 
Q-11)

What is the Religion?

Ans.
The Religion is that, which stops the soul going to bad path and convert the same to good path and besides it takes towards the ultimate Moksha.
   
Q-12)

What is Shravak?

Ans.
Shravak who keeps faith on the words said by Sarvagna Parmatma and performs all the religious works such as Samayik, Worship the almighty, Pratikraman, Paushad etc and also worship Almighty and Saints honestly.
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Q-13)

Give the perfect meaning of Shravak?

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Shravak word when broken into following parts than it gives the meaning such as
Shra: Mean keeps faith.
Va: Give due respect and honestly follow the words.
K: Keeps performing required works.
   
Q-14)

When can Shri Navkar Mantra chant?

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This Mantra is chanted to reside any bad events such as diseases, in improper conditions and such events apart from that while performing sacred and good activities. Great people chant this Navkar Mantra continuously during sleeping, standing, speaking, walking and also during performing any sort of work whether in day or night and at every place they keep chanting this maha Mantra.
   
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What is Samayik?

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Samayik means gain of Samta or tolerance, the sacred way showed by Sarvagna Parmatma to perform religious work by doing this a soul can restrain the new Karmas and reduce the old built karmas.
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What is the prescribed time course for this Samayik?

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The prescribed time course for one Samayik is 48 minutes or as it is said
“Be Ghadi”.
   
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Worship of God is done by touching their nine body parts. Which are they?

Ans.
Worship of an idol of Sarvagna Parmatma is done by touching the nine parts of the body and that to with liquid saffron crushed on sandal wood with mixing appropriate water in it.
Those nine parts of the body of Parmatma are:
1. Right and Left Leg Thumbs
2. Right and Left Leg Hips
3. Right and Left Hands
4. Right and Left Shoulders
5. Head
6. Forehead
7. Neck
8. Heart and
9. Nabhi
   
Q-18) Why the worships of Parmatma is done by touching their mentioned parts of the body?
Ans.
Almighty gives preaches on 9 kinds of philosophies in that all the material philosophies of the world is covered and taken care of and for that reason Lord’s sacred idol is worshiped by touching their specified parts of the body with our right hand finger named “Anamika” very Fourth finger from thumb.
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How shall the Darshan of Almighty is to be done?

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By giving away the thoughts of world, by joining both the hands respectfully, by bending head, by constantly watching almighty, and by remembering positive works the Darshan of the Almighty is to be done.
   
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Why shall we orbit around the statue of Parmatma?

Ans. Darshan, Knowledge (Gyan) and Character (Charitra) – to gain all these sacred three and to end birth and death of 84 inferior and superior community thereby attempting final and superior’s superior community of Moksha and for that we shall orbit around the idol of Parmatma.
 
Q-21) Give the names of our sacred Tirths?
Ans.
There are many sacred named of Tirths naming some of them are: Shri Shatrunjayji Palitanaji, Shri Girnarji, Shri Abuji, Shri Ashtapadji, Shri Achalgadhji, Shri Sametsikarji, Shri Antarikshji, Shri Tarangaji, Shri Ranakpurji, Shri Bhoyaniji, Shri Pavapuriji, Shri Champapuriji, Shri Pansarji, Shri Sherisaji, Shri Shankheshwarji and so on.
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