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వర్ధమాన మహావీరుడు వర్ధమాన మహావీరుడు (ఆంగ్లం :Mahavira (హిందీ : महावीर, అర్థం : మహావీరుడు) (540 – 468 క్రీ.పూ.) జైనమత స్థాపకులలో ఒకడు. సంప్రదాయాలనుసారం ఇతను 24 మరియు ఆఖరి . ( జీవన ప్రవాహాన్ని దాటడానికి వారధి నిర్మించిన వారు ) జైనగ్రంధాలలో ఇతని పేర్లు "వీర" లేదా "వీరప్రభు", "...సన్మతి", "అతివీర" మరియు "జ్ఞానపుత్ర" కానవస్తాయి. బౌద్ధుల పాలీ సూత్రాలలో ఇతని పేరు "నిగంథ నాటపుత్ర".
యోగ శాస్త్రం The Sutras are built on a foundation of Samkhya philosophy and also exhibit the influence of Upanishadic, Buddhist and Jain thought. Karel Werner writes that "Patanjali's system is unthinkable without Buddhism. As far as its terminology goes there is much in the Yoga Sutras that reminds us of Buddhist formulations from the Pāli Canon and even more so from the Sarvāstivāda Abhidharma and from Sautrāntika." Robert Thurman writes that Patanjali was influenced by the success of the Buddhist monastic system to formulate his own matrix for the version of thought he considered orthodox. The five yamas or the constraints of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali bear an uncanny resemblance to the five major vows of Jainism, indicating influence of Jainism. This mutual influence between the Yoga philosophy and Jainism is admitted by the author Vivian Worthington who writes: "Yoga fully acknowledges its debt to Jainism, and Jainism reciprocates by making the practice of yoga part and parcel of life." Christopher Chappel also notes that three teachings closely associated with Jainism appear in Yoga: the doctrine of karma described as colourful in both traditions (see concept of lesya); the " telos" of isolation (kevala in Jainism and Kaivalyam in Yoga); and the practice of non-violence (ahimsa). He also notes that the entire list of five yamas (II:30) is identical with the ethical precepts (Mahavratas) taught by Mahavira who predated Patanjali by a few centuries.