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    Main Deities – The Pancha Balayati Tirthankar idols are the prime attractions of this place. It has the idols of Lord Mahavir (15′ 3″ feet high), and 9′ 3″ inches high idols of Lord Vasupujya, Mallinath, Naminath and Parshwanath.

    History – The ancient Jain heritage centre Nandanvan has been converted into a spiritual center at Shikohapur village. This has been developed under the blessings of Jain Muni Acharya Sri 108 Bahubalisagarji Maharaj. This has been named as Siddanth Tirth Kshetra. The panchakalyana pratisha mahotsava was performed in January 2004.

    Location – It is located along Delhi-Jaipur Highway on the way to Tijara near Gurgaon (Haryana). It is at a distance of 44 kilometers from Delhi and 12 kilometers from Gurgaon.

    Other Structures – In addition to the panchabalayati idols the campus houses the Tyagi Tapovan, Pravachan Hall, Sahitya Sadan, Modern Dharamshala, Dining Hall and a well-maintained park for children is there.

    Accommodation Facilities – Accommodation facilities are available for the pilgrims and Jain ascetics in the dharmashala located as a part of the campus.

    Trust – Bahubali Adhyatmic Anusandhan Kendra.

    Contact Details – +91-0124-3090628, 0951242372665.

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