The right vision or view (Samyak Darshana), right knowledge (Samyak Gyana) and right conduct (Samyak Charitra) — constitutes the path to liberation. These are known as the triple gems (or jewels) of Jainism and hence also known as Ratnatraya. These three are essential for the soul to move up spiritually.
Yatharth Drishtih – Samyakdarshanam
The spiritual goal in Jainism is to attain the true nature of soul by removing the karmic masks on it.
This mission provides the direction to Jains in making the right choices and living with right discipline.
When the soul is free from the bondage of KARMA (All our actions and deeds of past and present births) Soul attains Liberation and thats Moksha. No more Re births. Jain philosophers also include the knowledge acquired directly without any medium. This is achieved by removing the karmic veil on the soul.
Good or Bad deeds will bind us and our soul will continue to remain in the cycle of re births. Our KARMA should be SUDDHA (Clean and Pure) without any expectations/attachments and with neutrality of mind. Neutrality towards good and bad is THE WAY to be to attain MOKSHA. Liberation of Soul from the Body of any kind. Right conduct is the application of the knowledge developed, so as to exercise control over our inner desires and reach a stage where there is no attachment or aversion. And it follows, that there can be no right conduct without the right knowledge.