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Lord Mahavira is the Twenty-fourth Tirthankar Jainism

Lord Mahavira
Lord Mahavira was born at Kshatriyakund part of the Vaishäli near modern Patna in Bihar on the 12th of April in the year 599 BC. His father's name was King Siddhärtha and his mother's name was Queen Trishalä. Mahavira also Known by the name of Vardhamana, the young boy was a very bright and courageous lad who showed extraordinary skills at a very young age. For a Jain, Lord Mahavira is no less than God and his philosophy is like the Bible. Born as Vardhamana Mahavir, he later came to be known as Bhagvan Mahaveer. They were very religious people and were followers of Lord Pärshvanäth. Queen Trishalä had fourteen dreams (some believe sixteen dreams) when she conceived Lord Mahavira.....
While she was pregnant, the prosperity of King Siddhärtha grew. The parents attributed their success to the baby. So when the baby was born, he was named Vardhaman, which means continuously increasing.

Lord Mahavira
Though Mahavira was born with Ecumenical convenience and luxuries, they never attracted him. He lived a simple life. So when his parents died, he decided to be aanchoret. His brother was still mourning the loss of their parents. He therefore requested Mahavira to wait for years before leaving. After realizing this, his brother allowed him to become a priest. Mahavira was thirty years old when he made his earthly life and all mundane activities. He spent the most of his time in meditation and attention. From various sources, he suffered a great deal of physical pain and torture. The most dangerous highly poisonous snake has bitten by Chand Kaushik. Lord Mahavir was quiet and peaceful in the middle of these traumatic events. He magnanimously forgave all of them. He led such a highly austere life for twelve and a half years. At the age of 42 he attained omniscience, Kevaljnan. He became Jina, the 21 Tirthankar of the present era. As omniscient he knew everything of the past present and future.
As the last Tirthankar, he revived the religious order (Tirth) consisting of monks, nuns, Shravaks and Shravikas. This order is known as the Jain Sangh. His first disciple, called Ganadhar, was Gautamswami. He was a well known Brahmin disciple of the time. Lord Mahavira had 11 Ganadhars. Those Ganadhars compiled 12 the scriptures based on what Lord Mahavira taught. These scriptures are called Ägamas, which were passed verbally from preceptor to disciple for a long time. They are about 890 years after Mahavira's death were put in writing.
During the time of Lord Pärshvanäth there were four great Pledge followed by clergy and nuns. Realizing the status of mind of current and future priest and sadhvis, Lord Mahavira added one more vow to them. The five vows are:

1. Non-violence (Ahimsa)
2. Truth (Satya)
3. Chastity (Brahmacharya, added by Mahavira)
4. Anti Theft (Asteya)
5. Non-possession (Aparigraha).

During his time violently sacrificial rituals were held by people in the name of religion.The teachings of Lord Mahavir opened their eyes, and they also adopted the principle of non-violence. His sermons encouraged people to build a pleased and harmonious society.
After offering guidance to the public for 30 Years, Lord Mahavira attained Nirvän in 527 B.C., at the age of 72. Nirväna means that he attained liberation and become a Siddha who no longer has to undergo the cycle of birth and death.