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    History – This place is one among five pilgrim places of the Abadasa Taluk; besides the temple of Bhagawan Mahavira we can find 8 other temples in the same compound. The temple of Bhagawan Mahavira was built by the two sons of Seth Ratansi, hence it is also called ‘Shri Ratantunk’ Jain temple. This temple was formally installed in the year 1905 and formally reinstalled in the year 2028 of the Vikram era. A festival is celebrated here every year on the fifth day of the bright half of the month of Magh. As a whole we can find 27 ancient Jain idols in the temple premises.

    How to Reach – The temple is located in the center of the village Jakhou. Bhuj, the nearest railway station, is at a distance of 108 Kilometers. Tera is 28 Kms from this place. There are facilities of Dharmashala and bhojanashala in the village.

    Main Deity – About 34 inches high, white colored idol of Bhagawan Mahavira in the padmasana posture.

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