Elaborate the term “Tri-ratnas”.
The three principles of Jainism, also known as Tri-Ratnas are the following:
- Right faith: Belief in the teachings and wisdom of Mahavira.
- Right knowledge: Acceptance of the theory that there is no God and that the world existed without a creator.
- Right action: It refers to Mahavira’s observance of the fire great views
- not coveting or desiring things belonging to others.
Concept: Introduction of Intellectual Awakening and Socio-political Changes
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