Indore (Madhya Pradesh), 17th September 2018: A total of 44 rare statues and their 66 pictures belonging to 6th to 17th century have been displayed for the first time in the city at Canary National Art Foundation during a 20-day-long exhibition. The exhibition organised by Digamber Jain Samaj in collaboration with Jain Museum, Digambar Jain […]
Ruined Jain Tirthankar Idols at ‘Jain Museum’ Jaysinghpura, Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India. ‘Jain Museum’ was established by Shree Digamber Jain Malwa Prantik Sabha Badnagar in 1944. Archaeological assets have been collected from all over the Malwa and nearby region. There are around 560 statues in this museum.It was reconstructed and inaugurated in April 2015. It […]
The Cochin Folklore museum houses ancient Jain Tirthankar idols and a carving of Lord Bahubali
Jain idols & Inscriptions housed at the Archaeology Museum, Keladi, Sagar Taluk, Shimoga District, Karnataka, India. -Photos by Nitin H.P. (HPN@JHC), Bengaluru The Archaeology Museum at Keladi houses a couple of ruined Tirthankar idols in Padmasana (sitting posture), a Brahma Yaksha idol and few Sallekhana Memorial inscriptions called as Nishadis. The founder of the museum is Keladi Gunda […]
Jain idols housed at the State Archaeology Museum, Hassan, Karnataka, India. -Photos by Nitin H.P. (HPN@JHC), Bengaluru The Department of Archaeology, Museums and Heritage since its inception in 1885 has been involved in conservation and restoration of antiques, artifacts and monuments. As a part of its activities, the department has established museum all over the […]
-Photos by Nitin H.P. (HPN@JHC), Bengaluru Images of Jain idols at the Government Museum, Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India.
-Photos by Nitin H.P. (HPN@JHC), Bengaluru Images of Jain idols and inscriptions at the State Archaeology Museum, Madikeri (Coorg), Karnataka, India.
-Photos by Nitin H.P. (HPN@JHC), Bengaluru Images of Jain idols at India Museum, Kolkata, West Bengal, India.
-Photos by Nitin H.P. (HPN@JHC), Bengaluru Images of the ancient Jain idols found at the National Museum, New Delhi.
History – Udaipur is named after Udai Singh who founded the present city in 1572.Chittorgarh had fallen to the Mughals The ‘glass’ temple, as the Shitalanatha Mandir is usually called, is very attractive, we can find a library and two big rooms for Jaina ascetics here. This temple is situated near the clock tower at […]