Ter

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: Ter was one of the important ancient Jain centres, but now we cannout find even a single Jain family at this place. There are two temples at Ter and are found situated in a single compound. We can find many Jain idols and the footprints of Jain asectics. The temple is is situated outside […]

Solapur

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: Sholapur is a major city of Maharastra and a important Jain centre.We can find eight Digambara temples at Sholapur. Two Dogambara temples are situated in the Sukervar peth locality, one in Kasagi area, one at Shravikashram,  one at Bhusari and seth sakharamji temple. We can find many Jain institutions at thsi place. The […]

Shird-Shahpur

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: This place is at the bank of Aasana river. The idol of Bhagwan Mallinath is said to be very miraculous. We can also find a white coloured idol of Bhagawan Mallinatha at this temple. The idols of other tirthanakars are also found in this temple. The Samadhi of Bhattarak Devenderkirtiji can also be […]

Shirpur

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: We can find two Jain temples at Shirpur. One of these temples has the black coloured idol of Bhagawan Parshwanatha in the Padmasana posture. The idol in this temple is very ancient. This idol was installed by Mali and Sumali, the servants of Khaldusan, the brother-in-law of King Ravan. In the due course […]

Ramtek

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: The history of this tirth is believed to belong to the times of Bhagawan Munisuvrata. In the Padmapuran written by Acharya Raviseno is Vanshagiri(Ramtek), it is said that Ramchandraji built a number of Jain temples. The idol of Bhagawan Shantinatha installed here is believed to fulfill the desires of the devotees. There is […]

Ner

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: History says that the idol of Manovanchhit Parshwanatha of the city of Ner was brought here from Burhanpur. This idol is about 500 years old. It is said that the of Manovanchhit Parshvanath destroys unfulfilled desires of the devotees. This temple was renovated under the guidance of His Holiness Panyasapravar Surendravijayji on the […]

Pethan

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: Previously called as ‘Parthisthan’ Pethan is one of the  Digamabar jain Atisay Kshetra. The ancient name od this place was ‘Partisthan’. The black colored idol of the main deity is made of sandstone and is very ancient. The idol was polished in 1964. Jains and people from other religions come here to fulfill their […]

Navagrah-Ukhlad

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: The idol of Bhagwan Neminath at Navagarh-Ukhlad is said to be very miraculous. It is said that earlier a Parasmani (having power to convert iron into gold) was found in the foot of the idol which was thrown into the river to avoid its misuse. This place is one of the Athishayakshetra. ::/history|0|heritage_centre::::heritage_centre_type|0|heritage_centre::N/A::/heritage_centre_type|0|heritage_centre::::how_to_reach|0|heritage_centre:: […]

Nasik

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: By reading the history of Nasikyapurkalpa written by Shri Jinaprabhsuri on basis of stories prevalent among Jains and non-Jains, one gets acquainted with the antiquity of this place. The temple of Chandraprabha Swami and its ancient idol are not present today but the ancient idols of Jain Tirthankaras can be seen on the […]

Mumbai

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: Mumbai is the capital of Maharashtra state and India’s financial and commercial centre and principal port on the Arabian Sea. It is one of the largest and most densely populated cities in the world. Mumbai is located on a site of ancient settlement and took its name from the local goddess Mumba—a form […]

Mangi Tungi

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: Mangitungi is a sidha kshetra, it is said that arround 99 crores muni have attained salvation from this place. Here we can find two hills namely Mangi and Tungi these are named after two sisters Mangi and Tungi. Mangi is at a height of 4443 feet and Tungi is 4366 feet above the […]

Kunthalagiri

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: The idol of Bhagwan Parshwanatha is said to be very miraculous. It is said that king Satyaeshwar fell ill and when all efforts to cure him failed, his queen Padamashri worshipped the idol of Bhagwan Parshwanatha. The king soon recovered and as a mark of respect to Bhagawan Parshwanatha the temple was constructed […]

Kundal

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: The idol of Bhagwan Parshwanatha is said to be very miraculous. It is said that king Satyaeshwar fell ill and when all efforts to cure him failed, his queen Padamashri worshipped the idol of Bhagwan Parshwanatha. The king soon recovered and as a mark of respect to Bhagawan Parshwanatha the temple was constructed […]

Kumbhojgiri

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: Not much historical records are available about this place. But it is one of the ancient Jain centres. The Swetambaras of Maharashtra consider it is as an one of the important pilgrimage places. They call it as the Shetrunjaya of South Maharashtra. This temple was renovated many times. Its last renovation was completed […]

Kolhapur

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: The 9 mts high idol of Bhagwan Adinatha is situated in the Lakshmisen math in Sukervar peth. It is said that last chapter of Shatkhadagam was written in the Neminath temple of Kolhapur. the other Jain temples at this place are-Jain Mandir of Shahipuri; Parsvanath manastambh Jain Mandir, Neminath Jain Mandir. Apart from […]

Karanja

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: Karanja is an ancient jain center. Earlier there were 3 Bhattarak Institutions ( gaddi) known as ‘Sengan- Kastha sangh- Balatkatragan’. Three main temples of karanja are of these three maths. The first Jain temple belonging to Sengan is known as Sri Parshwanatha Digamabar Jain Sengan Mandir. The idol of Bhagwan Parshvanath is the […]

Jintoor

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: This place was previously called as Jainpur. We can find a temple with Bhagawan Neminatha as the main deity. Six caves temples are situated on the hill. Apart from these we can find a temple with the attractive idols of Bhagwan Parshwanatha and Bahubali as the main deity. Since the idol of Bhagawan […]

Gajpantha

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: Seven Balbhadra ascetics and many other Jain ascetics have attained salvation from this place. This place is named as Gajpantha after the Jain Ascetic Gajsukumar who has attained salvation from this place. Inscriptions say that this place has a very ancient history. In the ninth century of the Vikrama era, Chamraj Odeyar, the […]

Ellora

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: The cave temples of Ellora are world famous and their history dates back to the 7th to 10th century A.D. It is said that it attained the name Ellora from the word Ellacharya (the highest position given to a Jain Ascetic). In Ellora we can find as many as 24 caves that belong […]

Dharashiv

::jseblod::heritage_centre::/jseblod::::heritage_centre::1::/heritage_centre:: ::jseblod_heritage_centre::heritage_centre_details::/jseblod_heritage_centre::::history|0|heritage_centre:: In the history the idol dharashiv Parshwanatha is known as ‘Aggaldev’. There are 7 caves on the hill. First cave is supported by 20 pillars and the idol of Bhagwan Parshvanath with seven hoods is very attractive. In the other caves the idols of Bhagwan Parshwanatha and other Tirthankaras are installed.  Besides these  […]