194. Thus it is abundantly clear that Jainism, one of the most ancient animistic Indigenous religions has been constantly and unforgettably to the field of history and culture. Its philosophy, ethics, dogmas, spiritual disciplines and practices are based on scientific truth and non-violence with the nature of humanistic approach, inter religious dialogue and understanding which can be easily perceived through its extensive and perennial literature. All the more conspicuous fact is that Jainism could not be elaborated here much in such a concise chapter. However, the student of religion and culture can of course gather some pivotal points over the subject. The corroborative evidence can be further accumulated from the original sources, and comparative study can be made with other contemporary religions specially Buddhism which is more closer in all respects.