If we look at Amish meaning: it is one of the groups of the Christian religion which has separated from Anabaptist. If we look at the Amish definition, it is a group of the Christian religion in which the sinners have to be punished. This religious group was founded by Jacob Amman, who believes that anyone who commits sins should be punished seriously. This group was founded in the 17th century. And according to the rules of its religion, if anyone does not follow them, he will be excommunicated. The Amish lived in groups or close communities, as they were separated from the rest of the world. They also followed their specific customs, principles and behaviors. The church services are also held at home in close-knit communities. Moreover, they also prohibited the usage of modern technologies, and their mode of transport was horse-driven vehicles like buggies and scooters.