Jain vegetarianism

Jain Cuisine Indian food in Kuta Bali

Jain vegetarianism is practiced by the followers of Jain culture and philosophy. It is one of the most rigorous forms of spiritually motivated diet on the Indian subcontinent and beyond. The Jain cuisine is completely vegetarian and also excludes underground vegetables such as onion, garlic, etc, to prevent injuring small insects and microorganisms; and also to prevent the entire plant getting uprooted and killed. It is practiced by Jain ascetics and layman Jain’s.
Jain objections to the eating of meat, fish and eggs are based on the principle of non-violence . Every act by which a person directly or indirectly supports killing or injury is seen as act of violence, which creates harmful reaction karma. The aim of ahimsa is to prevent the accumulation of such karma. The extent to which this intention is put into effect varies greatly among Hindus, Buddhists and Jain’s. Jain’s believe nonviolence is the most essential religious duty for everyone. It is an indispensable condition for liberation from the cycle of reincarnation, which is the ultimate goal of all Jain activities. Jain’s share this goal with Hindus and Buddhists, but their approach is particularly rigorous and comprehensive. Their scrupulous and thorough way of applying nonviolence to everyday activities, and especially to food, shapes their entire lives and is the most significant hallmark of Jain identity. A side effect of this strict discipline is the exercise of asceticism, which is strongly encouraged in Jainism for lay people as well as for monks and nuns. Out of the five types of living beings, a householder is forbidden to kill, or destroy, intentionally, all except the lowest (the one sensed, such as vegetables, herbs, cereals, etc., which are endowed with only the sense of touch).

Jain community prohibited to eat non-vegetarian and also don’t eat roots and tubers , onion and garlic though this community has immense cookery culture and their authentic food recipes are really best example in their own some authentic Jain dishes. Some examples are Dal Makhani, Jain Veg Pulao, Paneer Dal Curry, Jain Pav Bhaji and many more and everyone love this food like crazy.

So we keep our Jain vegetarian customers in mind and our special chefs team taking care of all authentic Jain food cookery and our all different crockery helps to maintain Jain vegetarianism practice at extremely distinctive at “ Bollywood Masalaz” restaurant which is an authentic Indian cuisine restaurant so we really want our Jain vegetarian customer to come with all their loved ones, friends and folks and enjoy our specialized and authentic Jain vegetarian food in our luxurious vegetarian section. We challenge you, you will defiantly get satisfied with services here in Kuta- Bali.