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Q. What is Shraman Sanskriti?
1. Soneesha Jain Kota
A. “Shram” in Sanskrit means to exert or to make an effort. So the basic tenet of the shraman philosophy is not to be dependent on any other external entity to attain peace & happiness (sukha) but to exert oneself independently towards the path of the moksha (liberation from the cycle of birth and death, ultimately attaining eternal happiness).
Q. Is the Jainism only religion based on Shraman Sanskriti?
2. Swaste Jain Faridabad
A. Earlier “Shramanas” title was used only for Jain monks but after the westerners introduction to the eastern spirituality, Buddhist Monks were also termed as “Sharamans”.
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