Pisanhari-Ki-Madia

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As a whole we can find 37 Jain temples at this place. The main temple is dedicated to Bhagwan Mahavir Swami. We can find the tonks of all the 24 tirthankaras at this place. A Jain gurukul and an hostel for the Jain students is also found here. There is a very interesting story that tells us about how this place got the name Pisanhari-Ki-Madia, the story runs as follows. A poor old lady with an intension of constructing a Jain temple used to grind cereals and save the money earned in that. After a certain period of time when sufficient amount of money was collected unfortunately all here money was stolen. But the lady wasn’t disappointed by this incident and she again began to collect the money. After some days it was seen that all the stolen money was found in her house and she began to build the temple. But due to the shortage of amount the kalasha could not be installed, she installed her stone grinders as the kalasha of the temple.

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Madia is situated at a distance of 5 Kms from Ranital and 96 Kms from Jabalpur along Jabalpur Nagpur Road. The boarding and lodging facilities are available at this place.

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