Jain Heritage Centres (JHC) is a popular Jain portal aimed at collecting and presenting the vast data related to Jainism and Jain Heritage that is prevalent across the globe. It desires to unravel the known, unknown, and the less known relics of Jainism. Further, the team at JHC has made a sincere attempt to document the available literature in a pellucid manner and is striving hard in bringing to light the great and profound heritage of the religion and look forward to Celebrating Jain Heritage…..Globally!
Featured Heritage Centres
Some of ancient unknown Jain Heritage sites across different parts of India have been featured in this section to showcase their hidden treasure to the world.
Latest News and updates related to Jainism, Jain events, celebrations, and poojas.
Bengaluru (Karnataka), 6 April 2020: ...Read More
The twins, Namichandrasagar Maharaj Saheb ...Read More
Gerusoppe, (Uttar Kannada District, Karnataka), ...Read More
An online repository of Jain inscriptions in different languages spread all over the world with contributions by Jain scholars in India & abroad and updates on latest Jain epigraphical discoveries.
+ Found at the origination point of Kumudvati river in Hombuja/Humcha.+ Sallekhana memorial inscription of a woman & said to ...Read More
Bangalore, January 17, 2018: Three Jain inscriptions belonging to 17th-18th century have been found at Sri Adinath Digambar Jain Temple, ...Read More
Found at Sri Shanthinath Basadi, Samse, Kalasa Taluk, Chikamagalur District, Karnataka.Inscriptions below to 15-16th & 19th Century.Found along the Padapeetha ...Read More
Kannada Jain Inscription of 11th Century Found in Latur district. Discovered at Karla village near Killari, Asusa Taluk, Latur district,MaharashtraUnique ...Read More
Articles about ancient Jain Heritage Centres, Jain ruins, their antiquity, inscriptions with history of temples, and basadis in various parts of the world.
Bengaluru (Karnataka), 28th June 2019: Jains are businessmen since time immemorial and had their transactions spread the world over. They constructed Jain temples/basadis at the places of their residence for ...Read More
Galleries of Jain idols and inscriptions in various Jain Museums managed by Government and private authories found in differents parts of India.
Jain idols & Inscriptions housed at the Archaeology Museum, Keladi, Sagar Taluk, Shimoga District, Karnataka, India. -Photos by Nitin H.P ...Read More
Jain idols housed at the State Archaeology Museum, Hassan, Karnataka, India. -Photos by Nitin H.P. (HPN@JHC), Bengaluru The Department of ...Read More
-Photos by Nitin H.P. (HPN@JHC), Bengaluru Images of Jain idols at the Government Museum, Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India ...Read More
-Photos by Nitin H.P. (HPN@JHC), Bengaluru Images of Jain idols and inscriptions at the State Archaeology Museum, Madikeri (Coorg), Karnataka, ...Read More