Hyderabad

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: Hyderabad is the capital of Andhra Pradesh, India. The city is often known with the sobriquet The City of Pearls.Hyderabad was founded by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah in 1591 AD on the banks of river Musi located in the Deccan region at the crossroads of North and South India, The city had developed […]

Hindupur

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: Hindupur is a town in the Anantapur district. Its name was given by a Maratha Chieftain called Murari Rao, who named this town after his father Hindoji Rao, or after a king named Hindurao. Hindupur is a financial centre. Hindupur is also famous for Mudireddy Palli silk sarees. These sarees are made out […]

Gudivada

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: Gudivada is a small village along the Vijayvada-Masulipattanam Road. ::/history|0|heritage_centre::::heritage_centre_type|0|heritage_centre::N/A::/heritage_centre_type|0|heritage_centre::::how_to_reach|0|heritage_centre:: The railway station is at a distance of 1.5 Kms from the temple. ::/how_to_reach|0|heritage_centre::::accommodation_details|0|heritage_centre:: N/A ::/accommodation_details|0|heritage_centre::::heritage_centre_map|0|heritage_centre:: View Larger Map ::/heritage_centre_map|0|heritage_centre::::near_by_places_of_jain_interest|0|heritage_centre:: N/A ::/near_by_places_of_jain_interest|0|heritage_centre::::near_by_tourist_places|0|heritage_centre:: N/A ::/near_by_tourist_places|0|heritage_centre::::related_links|0|heritage_centre:: N/A ::/related_links|0|heritage_centre::::jseblodend_heritage_centre::::/jseblodend_heritage_centre:: ::temple::1::/temple:: ::jseblod_temple::temple_details::/jseblod_temple::::temple_name|0|temple::Parshwanatha Swamy Jain Temple::/temple_name|0|temple::::temple_type|0|temple::Digambar Temple::/temple_type|0|temple::::main_deity|0|temple::Black colored idol of bhagawan Parshvanath in the semi padmasana posture.::/main_deity|0|temple::::temple_history|0|temple:: The […]

Danavulpadu

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: Danavulpadu is one of the ancient Jain centres. It is situated in the Cuddapah district. We can find many Jain memorial stones belonging to the 14 century at this place. We can also find a ruined idol of bhagwan Parshwanatha in the kayotsarga posture at this place. An idol of Choumukha Tirthankara can […]

Chandragiri

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: Chandragiri is a suburb of Tirupati in Andhra Pradesh, India. Recently it is included under Municipal Corporation limits of Tirupati. It is also the southern entrance to the Temple city for vehicles going from Bangalore, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Chandragiri is famous for the historical fort, built in the 11th century, and the […]

Biccavolu

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: Biccavolu or Bikkavolu is a village and a Mandal in East Godavari district in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India. Biccavolu is named for its culture and legacy of monuments of sculptural wealth. Reference: Wikipedia ::/history|0|heritage_centre::::heritage_centre_type|0|heritage_centre::Place of Archeological Importance::/heritage_centre_type|0|heritage_centre::::how_to_reach|0|heritage_centre:: N/A ::/how_to_reach|0|heritage_centre::::accommodation_details|0|heritage_centre:: N/A ::/accommodation_details|0|heritage_centre::::heritage_centre_map|0|heritage_centre:: View Larger Map ::/heritage_centre_map|0|heritage_centre::::near_by_places_of_jain_interest|0|heritage_centre:: N/A ::/near_by_places_of_jain_interest|0|heritage_centre::::near_by_tourist_places|0|heritage_centre:: N/A ::/near_by_tourist_places|0|heritage_centre::::related_links|0|heritage_centre:: N/A […]

Amaravati

History – Amaravati is a small town situated on the banks of the River Krishna in the Guntur District of Andhra Pradesh, India. It is famous for its Amareswara temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple is one of the famous Pancharamas. Amaravati, also known as Dhanyakataka/Dharanikota was the site of a great Buddhist Stupa built […]