Most people understand karma as a balance sheet of good and bad deeds, virtues and sins. The mechanism that decrees that we cannot evade the consequences of our own actions. In reality, karma has nothing to do with reward and punishment. Karma simply means action: your action, your responsibility. It is not some external system of crime and punishment, but an internal cycle generated by you. Accumulation of karma is determined only by your intention and the way you respond to what is happening to you.
The eternal elements of life have been represented in them and the character of the characters has become omnipresent due to being in a natural form. The main stories in these stories are the life stories of Tirthankars, Shramanas and Shlakapurus, in which the principles of religion are explained. In the Jain stories of the presented book, not only amusement is entertained through dialogue, but also culture, civilization, philosophy and religion are explained along with the pleasant experiences of life.