By Brianne Donaldson.
In the recently published Norton Anthology of World Religions, there were two notable omissions: the ancient nonviolent Indian tradition of Jainism, and the modern Indian tradition of Sikhism. I noticed the absence (1) because they are two traditions that I study, teach...
Non-Violence, Service & The Path: Jainism, Sikhism and Daoism on the Environment
by Matthew McDermott, New York, NY on 09. 1.11
CULTURE & CELEBRITY
The following post is part of an ongoing series of posts briefly outlining how the world's major religions have traditionally viewed the...
[I would have posted this in the Jainism forum but there isn't one!]
I will make this short, [on vacation atm].
Jainism and Sikhism's similarities
Jains lead a pure life, they have to become 'God like' in order to reach bliss. Sikhs have to become as 'God like' as humanly possible in order...