A selection of articles related to mahavira.
Original articles from our library related to the Mahavira. See Table of Contents for further available material (downloadable resources) on Mahavira.
- Starting with Jesus and the Christian Path...
- During the years of the historical Jesus' life, there are eight or nine years that his whereabouts are not accounted for. Meaning these are the 'lost' years. It was after returning that he truly began to teach his wisdom. Many scholars believe he was in India...
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- Mystic Mantra: Meditation is no commodity
- King Bimbisara once went to Mahavira, the 24th Tirthankara of Jainas and said “I want to attain to the truth and I am willing to give anything that I possess, I must have the truth that rids man of all sorrow.
- The bizarre story of one of the world's first modern vegetarians - and how his
- There might also have been some exchange of thoughts between Pythagoras and his famed contemporaries: Buddha and Mahavira (the reformer of Jainism). It appears as too much of a coincidence that the lives of these great philosophers overlapped and ...
- Stolen Mahavira idol recovered in Bihar, Rajnath Singh lauds state police
- Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday commended the Bihar Police for the recovery of a priceless ancient idol of Lord Mahavira, which was stolen from a temple in Jamui last fortnight. "I am happy to know that the ancient idol of Lord Mahavira has ...
- Jain architecture focus of photo exhibit at Clintonville church
- The exhibit coincides with the 2,615th anniversary of the birth of Lord Mahavira, the 24th and last of the Jain tirthankars, or teachers, who were born human but are considered gods after attaining perfection or enlightenment through meditation and ...
- Incarnations: India in 50 Lives by Sunil Khilnani, review: 'superb'
- There was the Buddha, of course, but also the Jain monk Mahavira who lived in the 5th century BC. Born into a Brahmin family, Mahavira rejected his privilege and became a naked, wandering mendicant, tearing out his hair.