Jainism



The Jainism has 4,2 millions of members in India which is 0,4 % of the whole Indian population. It is one of the oldest religions generally because the two last founders Parshva and Mahavira can be dated on 750 and 500 before Christ. Jains do not believe in any god but in Karma, reincarnation, heaven and hell and also in Ahimsa which is a commandment not to use violence against any creature, so they hide their mouths, avoid to go outside in the dark and sweep the ground because they do not want to hurt even the smallest creatures such as bacteria.