Nothing in the universe is ever destroyed or created, they simply change from one form to another. Jains believe that the universe has always existed and will always exist. It is regulated by cosmic laws and kept going by its own energy processes. Jains do not believe that the universe was created by any sort of god.Click to see full answer. In this manner, who created the world according to Jainism?Jainism is somewhat similar to Buddhism, of which it was an important rival in India. It was founded by Vardhamana Jnatiputra or Nataputta Mahavira (599-527 BC), called Jina (Spiritual Conqueror), a contemporary of Buddha.Similarly, what do the Jains believe in? Jains believe in reincarnation and seek to attain ultimate liberation – which means escaping the continuous cycle of birth, death and rebirth so that the immortal soul lives for ever in a state of bliss. Liberation is achieved by eliminating all karma from the soul. Jainism is a religion of self-help. Correspondingly, how was Jainism created? Scholars of religion generally hold that Jainism originated in the 7th–5th century bce in the Ganges basin of eastern India, the scene of intense religious speculation and activity at that time. Jains believe that their tradition does not have a historical founder.What do Jains believe happens after death? Jain beliefs about the soul For Jains body and soul are different things: the body is just an inanimate container – the conscious being is the jiva. After each bodily death, the jiva is reborn into a different body to live another life, until it achieves liberation.