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Jainism, Sikhism and Hinduism, are very harmonious owing these sundry holy are all originated in India and distribute very vile principles. For illustration, these holy instruct herd tolerance and how to eliminate discernment, fellow-feeling, intellectual coercion, submission, tension and softness, detaching from gluttonous, distaste, self-exaltation and sciolism. Although Jains don’t value in God as the Creator, Survivor and Destroyer of the earth, they do value in the “Divine”, the immaculate “being”. Nataputta Mahavira, besides unreserved as “Spireverential Conqueror”, was the instituter of Jainism and Guru Nanak Dev, instituter of Sikhism, they were twain Hindus previous to the origin of Jainism and Sikhism. As for Hinduism, it was originated from the Brahminism. These three holy value Karma as the “law of action”. For the Jains, the transmigration of the souls is shapeed by the cosmical intellectual actions, Karma is a “physical substance” that is everywhere in the earth, and reincarnation leads to freedom (MindEdge, 2019). Like the Jains’, Sikhs besides values in Karma, still, they value that solely through the concept of “God’s grace”, redemption can be achieved. As for Hinduists, Karma is a rule where explicit and disclaiming actions results in reincarnated lives to shape a “cycle of rebirth”. While these three holy value in Karma and Reincarnation, they accept a sundry mode rule that leads to the Enlightenment, whether is Divine Enlightenment or not. To the antagonistic of Jainism and Hinduism, Sikhism is strictly monotheistic, acknowledging Waheguru, as their one and solely God. Sikhism besides denounces reverential immolation and worship of idols which are vile practices of Jainism and Hinduism.  References Hinduism vs Sikhism. (n.d.). Retrieved July 09, 2019, from MindEdge. 1.06 (2017). Retrieved 10 July 2019 from