Jainism emerged as a contemporary to Buddhism.

 Adopting some similar beliefs and principles as Hinduism and Buddhism, Jains practice a purification that involves freeing the soul from internal impurities, such as anger, in a ritual called samayika. In attempting to bring about inner peace, the Jains reach out to all forms of life. The basic principles of Karma, Samsara, and liberation are the same in Jainism as in the Hindu and Buddhist traditions. Essay instructions and must have: Consider the ethics and philosophies that support the ways of the Jain. Write an expository essay in which you clearly identify and detail the basic principles that Jains adopt to avoid accumulating karma. Must be 500 words. You can use any resources to complete the essay. Must have 2 references.