JAINISM  Part 2 Doctrines of Jainism: Anekantavada: Anekantavada in Jainism is the ontological assumption that any entity is at once enduring but also undergoing change that is both constant and inevitable. The doctrine of anekantavada follows that all entities have three aspects: substance (dravya), quality […]


JAINISM  Part 1 The origin of Jainism: Jainism came to prominence in the 6th century B.C.E. when Vardhamana Mahavira propagated the religion. Jain religion is believed to have been founded by Rishabhanath who is also called Rishabhadev. Jains believe that there were 24 great teachers […]

PIB Analysis 06-10-22

PIB Analysis 06-10-22 FIRST TRAINING SQUADRON AT KUWAIT The ships of First Training Squadron (1TS) comprising INS Tir, Sujata and CGS Sarathi arrived at Port Al-Shuwaikh, Kuwait on 04 Oct 22. The ships are deployed in the Persian Gulf as part of their training deployment. […]

OPEC Plus decides to cut production

OPEC Plus decides to cut production #GS-03 Economy, #GS-02 International Relations For Prelims About OPEC: The Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries is a permanent, intergovernmental organization, created at the Baghdad Conference in 1960, by Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Venezuela. It was created […]

The criterion for SC status

The criterion for SC status #GS-02 Social Justice For Mains: Who are currently included in the consideration for Scheduled Caste status? The initial Constitution (Scheduled Castes) Order of 1950, provided for recognising only Hindus as Scheduled Castes. This Order was later amended in 1956 to […]