Jainism is one of the most oldest religious practice being followed in India. It takes into account all the other religious practices which are prevalent in India. The main theory is based on three main fundamentals which are Karma, Dharma and Moksha. It guides its followers that to perform their karma is their dharma and by following it they can finally attain moksha which is a stage of achieving an everlasting contentment from this materialistic world and the person has no more desires left, no more pains and no more pleasures. As if you aspire for happiness you would definitely have to undergo pain this is a vicious circle which life follows. One more thing that I would like to mention is Jainism is purely based on the concept of non-violence. Most of the jains don''t eat anything after sunset as many bacteria appears in atmosphere after sunset. One more interesting thing is they don''t even use the word KILL in their day to day life as to plan a murder is equally sinful as to perform it. If you would like to be a part of this great religion of non-violence which doesn''t distinguish you as hindu or muslim then just follow the paths of non-violence.