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Describe the concept of Triratnas in Jain philosophy.
Mahavira established the basis of Jain philosophy that focused upon attainment of salvation through giving up on the worldly illusions.
He established three means of attaining the final goal of salvation.
(i) Right Knowledge: The awareness of true and complete knowledge that comes from learning and following the teachings of the Tirthankaras.
(ii) Right Belief: The undivided and complete belief and faith in the teachings and guidance of the Tirthankaras to attain true salvation.
(iii) Right Character: The focus on maintaining a pious, clean and controlled sense of self which is integral to practise Jainism.
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