Namokar Dham

Main Deity – Sri Pancha Paramesthi Idols, Lord Adinath in Padmasana are the main deites at Namokar dham. HistorySri Pancha Parameshti Mandir – This temple houses the marble idols of Panchaparameshtis in Padmasana posture. Its pinnacle (Shikar) is attractively made with paintings of Ashta Mangala (eight auspicious signs) on its inner side. The foundation stone […]


History – Sri Chandranatha cave is situated towards the East of the village on the hillock. We can find the 30 inches high idol of Bhagawan Parshwanatha, two 4 feet high idols of tirthankaras and the idols of Yaksha and Yakshis are found here. These idols are said to be of 8th century A.D. Apart […]


History – The Jain temple in Seth Laxmichandra dharamshala compound  have idols of 9-10 CAD. Numerous ancient idols are also kept in the Government museum. The world famous Sanchi stupa is also nearby. How to Reach – Vidisha is one of the important railway junctions in the central railway. It is 53 Kms from Bhopal, the […]


History – This seems to be a very prosperous city of the ancient times. This temple was built by King Samprati. This idol is distinct, ancient and very impressive. In this beautiful temple, there is a cellar, too. Since this tirth is in Vahinagar, the idol is called Vahi Parshvanath. The strange figure of tiger […]


History – This very ancient place came to light very recently. This idol of Bhagawan Parshwanatha was installed by King Pradeshi who was enlightened by Keshiswami. It was installed nearly thirty-sven years ago. This is what historians believe. This idol installed by Dharanendra and Padmavati and workshipped by gods and goddesses in devlok, goes on gaining […]


This history of this place belongs to a period earlier that the tenth century. There are some ruins of the Gupta age. They prove the antiquity of this place. The ancient name of this place was Toran. It is said that it was changed into the present name during the Muslim rule. This temple was […]


History – This history of this place is very ancient. Here Bhagwan Mahavira had to face upsarg in a Samshan by rudra. The Last Shrut kewali Bhadrabahu has left for South along with king Chandragupta Maurya from this place. This is the nirvana place of Muni Abhayghosh. A museum is found behind the Jain temple. There […]


History – There are 20 caves temples on the Hill. The cave temple No. 1 and 20 are having images of Jain tirthanakaras and Devs. The other caves are dedicated to Shiva and Vishnu. Cave No. 20 ha s idols of Bhagwan parsvanath of 10 CAD and Idol of Bhagwan Adinath. From the inscription, it is […]


History – On the basis of many ruins found here, it can be inferred that in the past this was a place with many Jain temples. There is an inscription telling that Sheth Panashah had built a temple at this place in the twelfth century. The idol is of Bhagwan Adinath is said to be very […]


The history of this place is very ancient. It is said that this place was called by the names Tarapur, Taranpur and Tungiyapattan. On an idol in the temple, there is an inscription telling that it was installed in the year 612 of the Vikram era. It is said that a farmer found 13 ancient […]


History – Previously this place was called as Shravangiri. The construction of the temples at this place began in the year 1300. The history of the place prior to the year 335 of the Vikram era is not traceable. Many Jaina Ascetics have attained salvation from this place. This is also the place of samavasarana of […]


History – The ancestors of King Surajmal, the King of Gwalior, built this place about 2000 years ago. This place was one of the important Jain heritage centres  and many temples were found here. In 10 CAD, this place was ruined by the invasions and was neglected till the beginning of 20 CAD. Inspite of the […]


History – The history of this place is very ancient. We can find many inscription belonging to the 11th century at this place which describe about the antiquity of the place. The temple is situated on a small hill on the bank of the river Narmda near the village Omkareshvar. The last renovation of this temple […]


History – We can find 13 jain temples at this place. The college established by Sri Ganeshprasad Varni and the library are very famous. There is a huge lake at this place. How to Reach – Sagar is situated at a distance of 78 kms from Damoh.


History – The temple is situated on a small hill near the Resandigiri village. This place is also known as Nainagiri. The temple of Bhagawan Parshwanatha remained unseen for centuries. During the end of 19th century this temple was found by the land excavations on the hill according to the dream seen by a Shravak. […]


History – The history of this place begins from the times of Bhagawan Adinath. Previously this place was called by the name Prayag. The tree under which Bhagawan Adinatha attained omniscience is found at this place. It is called by the name ‘Akshray Vatavruksha’. In a holy book  of the year 1556 of the Vikram era, […]


History – As a whole we can find 37 Jain temples at this place. The main temple is dedicated to Bhagwan Mahavir Swami. We can find the tonks of all the 24 tirthankaras at this place. A Jain gurukul and an hostel for the Jain students is also found here. There is a very interesting story […]


History – We can find 3 Jain temples at Pavagiri. The idols here are said to be very miraculous. Muni Swargbhdra has attained nirvana from this place. Five temples are found on a small hill known as Panch Pahadi. The idols and temples of Pavagiri ar said to belong to the 11th and 12th century A.D. […]


History – Patna Ganj is an Athishayakshetra.  We can find 25 Jain temples at this place. The idol of Bhagawan Parshwanatha in the 23rd temple is very miraculous. How to Reach – Patnaganj is situated near the village Rahli at a distance of 42 Kms from Sagar. The boarding and lodging facilities are available in the […]


History – There are many stories associated with this place, these stories tell us about the various miracles that have taken place. Even to this day many miracles are seen at Parasali. Just to mention a few, it is said that a person by name Rameshvarji regained his eye sight by using the water that was […]

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