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    History – The idol of bhagawan Munisuvrata is said to be very miraculous. it is said that when invaders came to destroy the idol they could not break it with hammers and when they tried to cut the idol, the thumb and toe of the idol was injured and milky substance rushed out from the thumb and all the soldiers were driven away in fear. One can see the damages caused due to the attack on this idol. There are other numerous legends associated with this idol. The other idols in the temple are: 15 inches high black coloured idol of  Bhagwan Neminatha, 10 inches high idol of Bhagawan Mahavira, Bhagwan Adinatha and Bhagwan Parshwanatha. The attractive idol of Bhagawan Padmaprabha is also found at this temple. Apart from these idols we can also find many tirthankara idols in the cellar also.

    How to Reach – The temple is situated on the banks of river Chambal and is 3 kms from Kesoraipatan station and 14 kms from Kota and  43 Kms from Bundi. Boarding and lodging facilities are available at this place.

    Main Deity – 50 inches high, black colored idol of Bhagawan Munisuvrata in the Padmasana postures.

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