The Jains all over India burn sticks of incense before their Jina.
In this way both Buddhism (q.v.) and Jains have almost been swallowed up by Hinduism; Sikhism (q.v.) is only preserved by the military requirements of the British, and even the antagonism between Hindu and Mahommedan is much less acute than it used to be.
More than two-fifths of the Jains in India are found in Bombay and its native states, including Baroda.
The total number of persons belonging to all the other religions - Sikhs, Jains, Buddhists, Parsees, Christians, Jews, Aryas and Brahmoswas only 268,930, or less than o.
This is the chief place of pilgrimage for the Jains, Shrawaks and Banians.