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Bhagwan Mahavira’s philosophy

Mahavir's Philosophies are ahimsa, truth, compassion and non-violence ,right faith, right knowledge and right conduct.

Note: Lord Mahavir was the 24th and the last Tirthankara of the Jain religion. At the heart of right conduct for Jains lie the five great vows:

  1. Nonviolence (Ahimsa) - not to cause harm to any living beings

  2. Truthfulness (Satya) - to speak the harmless truth only

  3. Non-stealing (Asteya) - not to take anything not properly given

  4. Chastity (Brahmacharya) - not to indulge in sensual pleasure

  5. Non-possession/Non-attachment (Aparigraha) - complete detachment from people, places, and material things.

    Anekantavada is  Jain Doctrine.



Prelims Question of the Day

Two of the great Mughals wrote their own memories. They were

1. Babar 2. Humayun 3. Jahangir 4. Shahjahan

(a)1 and 4 only

(b)2 and 4 only

(c) 1 and 3 only

(d)2 and 3 only

Mains Question of the Day

1.GS-The nature of economic growth in India in recent times is often described as a jobless growth. Do you agree with this view? Give arguments in favour of your answer. (200 Words)

2.Political Science -Explain to what extent the concept of “one-party dominance”(W.H.Morris-Jones)model is relevant in Indian policy today.(250 Words).

3.SOCIOLOGY - Do you think that poverty, deprivation and inequalities are the major challenges in the process of social transformation? What are your suggestions to address and resolve the problems. (250 Words).

Sociology - Thinkers