Mahavira

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Mahavira lived from 540 to 468 BC. He was an Indian philosopher, a vegetarian, and the founder of Jainism. His followers practice vegetarianism. He rejected Hindu religious texts for example, the Vedas, which is the most holy text in Hinduism, and created a new religion which has some elements borrowed from Hinduism.

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