Here are some interesting facts about Lord Mahavir.
Interesting Facts About Lord Mahavir
Lord Mahavir was the twenty-fourth and the last Tirthankara of the Jain religion. As indicated by Jainism stories, all Tirthankaras were brought into the world as individuals, yet they have accomplished a condition of flawlessness or illumination through reflection and self-acknowledgment. They are the Gods of Jains. Tirthankaras are otherwise called Arihant's or Jinas.
Tirthankara: One who builds up the four overlap requests (Monk, Nun, Layman, and Laywoman) of religion.
Arihant - One who obliterates his internal adversaries like resentment, covetousness, energy, self-image, and so forth
Jina - One who overcomes his internal adversaries like outrage, avarice, enthusiasm, sense of self, and so on. The adherents of Jina are known as Jains.
Lord Mahavir life history -
Mahavir was born in 599 B.C. as a sovereign in Bihar, India. At 30 years old, he left his family and imperial family, surrendered his everyday belongings, including attire, and become a priest.
He went through the following twelve years in profound quietness and contemplation to overcome his longings and emotions. He abandoned nourishment for significant stretches. He deliberately abstained from hurting or irritating other living creatures, including creatures, birds, and plants. His reflection methods, long periods of starknesses, and method of conduct outfit a lovely model for priests and nuns in strict life. His profound interest went on for a very long time. Toward the end, he understood excellent insight, information, force, and happiness. This acknowledgment is known as kevala-jnana.
He went through the following thirty years going on exposed feet around India, lecturing individuals the everlasting truth he understood. He pulled in individuals from varying backgrounds, rich and poor, rulers and ordinary citizens, people, rulers and clerics, touchable and untouchables.
He clarified that each living being (soul) is in servitude of karmic molecules that are collected by its own positive or harmful deeds from time everlasting.
He lectured that correct confidence (samyak-Darshan), right information (samyak-jnana), and right lead (samyak-charitra) together will help accomplish the freedom of one's self.