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Vadli

History – It is said that the ancient name of this place was Valapalli. This temple of Bhagawan Parshwanatha is said to belong to a period prior to the twelfth century. It is believed that once upon a time abundant nectar was oozing out of this idol. That is why the devotees began to call the idol Amizara Parshwanatha. There is also a  temple of Bhagawan Shantinatha. There are 52 idols in it. There is also a temple of Bhagawan Adinath. It is believed that both these temples, belong to a period prior to the twelfth century.

How to Reach? The  railway station of Vadali is at a distance of one Kilometer. This  place is on the Ahmedabad – Khedbrahma road at a distance of 14 Kilometers from the temple of Idar and 44 Kilometers from the city of Himatnagar. Bus services and taxi services are available at all these places.

Main Deity – 3 feet High, black – colored idol of Bhagawan Amizara Parshwanatha in the Padmasana posture.

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