History – The idol of bhagawan Ajitanatha at Bateshwar is very ancient. Apart from the idols of Bhagawan Ajithanatha we can find the idols of Bhagawan Adinatha, Arhanatha, Mallinatha, Neminatha, Shantinatha, Suparshwanatha, Choubis and many other small idols made of different stones  and metals. How to Reach – Bateshwar is situated at a distance of […]


History – Baranava is one of the atishaya kshetra’s of Bhagawan Chandraprabha. We can also find the lakha Mandal of the time of the Kauravas and the Pandavas. The boarding facilities are available in the Dharmashala. How to Reach – Baranava is situated at a distance of 40 kilometers from Merut and 11 kilometers from […]


History – It is said that the idol of Bhagwan Badrinath is the idol of Bhagwan Adinatha. Devotees could have the nirvan Darshan in the morning during abhisek. Besides this the temple of Bhagwan Adinath is known as mata murti mandir and on the hill on the way to Neelkanth about 2 Kms, one could […]


History – ‘Koshal’, ‘Koshala’, ‘Vinita, ‘ Avadhya’, ‘Rampuri’, ‘Saketapuri’ etc. are mentioned as ancient names of this city. Risbhdev was the first King of this place in the Aavasarpinikala. For the first time, Parmatma imparted the knowledge of asi (the sword), masi (into), kasu (farming), sculpture, and commerce and divided the society into different classes […]


History – Andawa is the birth place and tapobhoomi of Bhagawan Reshabdev. A panchakalyan was organised here in the month of February 2001 by Gyanmati Mataji. How to Reach – Andawa is situated at a distance of 20 kilometers from Allahabad. Main Deity – Idol of Bhagawan Adinatha.


History – The history of this city dates back to the time of Bhagawan Adinatha. Previously this place was called by the names ‘Shankhavati’, Chhatravati’, Ahikshetra’. It is said that its area had extended for 18 miles was the capital of Guru Dronacharya of the Mahabharata. It is said that Bhagwan Parshwanatha had to face […]


History – The city of Agra situated on the banks of the river Yamuna has a very ancient history. It is said that it was the domain of the King Ashoka from the year 206 to 66 of the vikrama era. It is said that Acharya Vijayahirsurishvarji built many temples during the reign of the […]


Hastinapur is situated in 29 °-10’00” north latitude and 78°-01’00” east longitude at a elevation of about 1800 feet above sea level. Hastinapur is situated at a distance of 37 Kilometers from Meerut and 120 Kms from Delhi.

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