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According and Jain
According to the Jain tradition either lacto vegetarianism or veganism is mandatory.
According to Jain beliefs, the universe was never created, nor will it ever cease to exist.
According to Jain Agams, it is the 2nd eternal city after Shikharji, which never vanishes or disappears during change of eras.
According to census of 2001, 92 % of the MP residents followed Hinduism, while others are Muslim ( 6 %), Jain ( 0. 9 %), Christians ( 0. 3 %), Buddhists ( 0. 3 %), and Sikhs ( 0. 2 %).
According to Jain doctrine, the universe and its constituents-soul, matter, space, time, and principles of motion have always existed ( a static universe similar to that of Epicureanism and steady state cosmological model ).
According to Jain cosmology, every time cycle has nine sets of Baladeva ( balabhadra ), vasudeva ( narayana ) and partivasudeva ( anti vasudeva or anti hero ).
According to Jain texts, Ravana will be the future Tirthankara ( omniscient teacher ) of Jainism.
According to another Jain text, Padmapurana, which narrates the story of Rama, Ravana belongs to the non-aryan clan of Vidyadhara — a highly cultured and knowledgeable people who were followers of Jainism and practised Ahimsa ( non-violence ).
According to Jain Samata Vahini, a social organization of the Jains, " the only structure that could be found during excavation would be a sixth century Jain temple ".
According to Jain tradition, he was the 24th and the last Tirthankara.
According to a Persian inscription still on the inner eastern gateway, the mosque was built by the parts taken by destruction of twenty-seven Hindu and Jain temples built previously during Tomars and Prithvi Raj Chauhan, and leaving certain parts of the temple outside the mosque proper.
According to the Rajavalikatha a Jain work, the original name of this emperor was Simhasena.
According to a legend mentioned in the Jain texts, Chandragupta's Guru and advisor Chanakya used to feed the emperor with small doses of poison to build his immunity against possible poisoning attempts by the enemies.
According to the Rajavalikatha a Jain work, the original name of this emperor was Simhasena.
According to a legend mentioned in the Jain texts, Chandragupta's Guru and advisor Chanakya used to feed the emperor with small doses of poison to build his immunity against possible poisoning attempts by the enemies.
According to the Jain version, the image of Jagannath ( Black colour ) represents sunya, Subhadra symbolizes the creative energy and Balabhadra ( White colour ) represents the phenomenal universe.
According to George L. Hart, who holds the endowed Chair in Tamil Studies by University of California, Berkeley, has written that the legend of the Tamil Sangams or " literary assemblies: was based on the Jain sangham at Madurai:
According to Jain belief Siddha are liberated souls who have destroyed all the karma bondings.
According to the Jain tradition the king committed suicide while according to Buddhist tradition he was brutally murdered.
According to Jain traditions, it was on this day, falling at the beginning of chaturmas, the four month rainy season retreat, Mahavira, the 24th Tirthankara, after attaining Kaivalya, made Indrabhuti Gautam, later known as Gautam Swami, a Ganadhara, his first disciple, thus becoming a Guru himself, therefore it is observed in Jainism as Guru Purnima, and is marked special veneration to one's Gurus and teachers.
According to Jan Houben, the Sramanic period was followed by another period where Vedic ritualists tried to defend their actions against Buddhist and Jain criticism.
According to her, Bhandarkar repeatedly had sex with Jain from 1999 to 2004 at Natraj Apartment at Yari Road, Hotel Seaside at Juhu and at Bhandarkar's friend's ( Akbar ) flat at Mount Mary road, Bandra.
According to Jain beliefs, R ̥ ṣabha founded the Ikshvaku dynasty and was the first Tīrthaṅkara of the present age.

According and Ramayana
According to Indian tradition, and according to the Ramayana itself, the Ramayana belongs to the genre of itihāsa, like the Mahabharata.
According to Hindu tradition, the Ramayana takes place during a period of time known as Treta Yuga.
According to the Ramayana, the elephant's mother was Iravati.
According to the Adhyatma Ramayana It is also said that Vamana is the guard of the gate of Bali's underworld realm Sutala and will remain so forever.
According to the Ramayana, Rakshasas were created from Brahma's foot ; other sources claim they are descended from Pulastya, or from Khasa, or from Nirṛti and Nirrita.
According to Hindu legend, the divine king Rama of the Ramayana epic reigned in Ayodhya, the capital of Kosala.
According to both the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, the Yaksha king Vaisravana alias Kubera was the ruler of Lanka.
According to the story set forth in the Ramayana and ( in an abbreviated version ) in the Mahabharata ( Book III: Varna Parva, Section 271 ff.
According to the Ramayana, Surabhi is the daughter of sage Kashyapa and his wife Krodhavasa, the daughter of Daksha.
According to the Ramayana, the Vanaras lived primarily in the region of Kishkindha in present-day Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh & Maharashtra, in the midst of Dandaka Forest, where Lord Rama met them during his search for Sita.
According to Hindu legends and Ramayana Rama, along with his wife Sita and brother Lakshmana, stayed in Panchavati during their Vanvasa period.
According to the Adhatya Ramayana It is also said that Vamana is the guard of the gate of Bali's planet Sutala and will remain so forever.
According to Rajasthan district Gazetteers of Jodhpur and the Hindu epic Ramayana ( composed up to 4th century AD ), Abhiras were the original inhabitants of Jodhpur and later Aryans spread to this region.
According to the Ramayana, Ekashringa was the chief priest when the king Dasaratha performed a yagya to beget progeny, and as the consequence of the said yagya were born Rama, Bharata, and the twins Lakshmana and Shatrughna.
According to Ramayana, when Lord Rama came to Gaya along with Sita for pitripaksha ( or to perform pindadanam ), Sita cursed the Falgu River following some disobedience on the part of the river.
According to local legend, it sprang forth when the Hindu god Ram, the exiled hero of the epic Ramayana, stopped at the spot five thousand years ago in search of his kidnapped wife Sita.
According to the epic Ramayana and Mahabharata, the Janakas were a race of kings who ruled Videha Kingdom from their capital Mithila.
According to some Ramayana adaptations, Mandodari is also the mother of Rama's wife Sita, who is infamously kidnapped by Ravana.
According to some Ramayana adaptations, Ravana was abducting his own daughter from a union with Mandodari.
According to the Ananda Ramayana, king Padmaksha had a daughter named Padma-an incarnate of the goddess Lakshmi.
According to another tradition found in the Ramayana ( VII. 62. 6 ) and the Vishnu Purana ( IV. 4. 46 ), the Shurasenas were descendants of Shurasena, son of Shatrughna, brother of Rama.
According to the Ramayana, she was an ardently devoted woman who received Rama's darshan and blessing due to her Bhakti to Him.
According to the legend in Ramayana, while hunting in the forest of Ayodhya, King Dashratha heard a sound near a lake and unleashed an arrow, hoping to hit an animal.

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