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The ‘Three Jewels' (Triratnas) of Jainism are _________. (A) right faith or intentions, right knowledge and right conduct (B) right action, right livelihood and right effort (C) right thoughts, non-violence and non-attachment (D) right speech, right thinking and right behaviour

The ‘Three Jewels' (Triratnas) of Jainism are _________.
(A) right faith or intentions, right knowledge and right conduct
(B) right action, right livelihood and right effort
(C) right thoughts, non-violence and non-attachment
(D) right speech, right thinking and right behaviour

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Pawan Prajapati
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