Virvada

Heritage Centre Details – Virvada was previously called as Virpalli. An inscription on one of the pillars of this templs states that this temple was renovated in the year 1410 of the Vikram era. We can find a mention of this place in the tirth malas composed in the years 1499, 1745 and 1755. The […]

Velar

History – This history of this place belongs to the period of King Dhandhal. On the idol of the main deity, there is an inscription of the year 1545. History says that this idol was installed at the time of renovation. On the sixth day of the dark half of the month of Vaishakha, a […]

Varkhana

History – This place is said to have been a very prosperous city. Merchants of Shrimalpur renovated this place during the period of king Kumbha. The idol of Varkana Parshvanath is very ancient. This idol was found in the ground to a shepard. In the year 1211 of the Vikram era, this temple was build […]

Uthman

History – According to the inscriptions carved on the walls of the temple it is said that thi temple was constructed on the fifth day of the dark half of the month of Jeth in the year 1251 of the Vikram era. Some of the inscriptions found in this temple tell us that the history of […]

Marble Idol of Jain Tirthankaras in Kayotsarga 15th-16th century.

Udaipur

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 […]

Tijara

History – Tijara was called by the name Dehra in the history. The main idol of Chandraprabhu was found during digging on 16 august    1956 . The idol of Chandraprabhu is very miraculous and people come here to solve all their worries. this place is well known for curing supernatural sufferings.A fair is organized […]

Swarnagiri

History – Swarngiri was famous as Kanakachal in history. The temple of Bhagawan Parshvanath (Kumarvihar) built by King Kamarpal, was constructed in the year 1221 of the Vikram era. Temples were built here and Jaymalji, the king’s advisor, renovated all other temples. The last renovation was accomplished under instructions of Vijayrajendrasuriji. It is mentioned that […]

Sivera

History – Stone inscriptions tell us that Sivera was called by the name Siperak. According to the inscription carved in the temple, the idol was installed on the eighth day of the bright half of the month of Vaishakh in the year 1109 of the Vikram era.  This helps us to conclude that the history of […]

Sirohi

History – Sirohi was said to be built in about the fourth century BC under the name of Shivapuri. From 1405 onward, after the devastation of Chandravati at the south- eastern foot of Mount Abu by Muslim forces, it was the capital of Sirohi State, up to Independence in 1947. We can find sixteen Swethambara Jain […]

Sirodi

History – This temple was renovated about the year 1500 of the Vikram era. The last renovation of this temple was celebrated under the guidance of His Holiness Acharyadev Shrimadvijayji Premsurishvarji in the year 2018 of the Vikram era. This idol is also called as Godiji Parshvanath. How to Reach – The nearest railway station […]

Nun

History – This is one of the ancient tirths of the forgotten past of splendid temples in many desolate villages of Rajasthan. This was a prosperous city. It is believed that this temple was built about the year 1100 of the Vikram era. It was renovated many times during the period of prosperity of this […]

Nitoda

History – This history of Nitoda is believed to belong to a period earlier than the twelfth century. On the seat of the parikar of God’s idol, there is an inscription of Bhagawan Neminath. Due to some inevitable reasons the idol of Bhagawan Neminath was removed and the idol of Bhagawan Chintamani Parshwanatha was installed. […]

Narana

History – Narana was a great Jain Heritage center during the 10th and 12th century. Numerous idols were found at this place during digging and are kept in local Bada mandir known as Digamabar Jain Bada mandir. How to Reach – Narana is situated at a distance of 11 Kms to the south of Fulera […]

Nageshwar

History – The idol installed in this temple is nearly 2000 years old. It is made of emeralds. This kind of idol made of a single stone of emerald is a unique of its kind. Only a direct observer can make the thirteen and a half ft. high idol of the body of Bhagawan Parshvanath […]

Mahavirji

History – The idol of Bhagawan Mahavir installed here is said to have been found in a hill. A story related to the origin of this idol runs as follows. A tanners cow was not giving milk for many days. Totally confused by this the on searching the reason he came to know that the […]

Laldun

History – The ancient Digamabar Jain temple dedicated to Bhagwan Shantinatha is known as Bada mandir. An inscription belonging to 1103 A D can be found on one of the pillars. The sanctum santorum is situated about 11 feet below the ground level. The art and architecture of this temple are very attractive. 24 images […]

Kesoraipatan

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 […]

Kesariyaji

History – Kesariyaji situated at a distance of sixty five kilometers from Udaipur, it is one of the most popular Jain centres in Rajasthan. This is one of the important Jain centres in Mewar region. Along with the Jains a great number Hindus specially the Bhils, visit this temple. It is said that the Bhils, […]

Jhalarpatan

History – Jhalarpatan lierally means the town of layers of bells. The ancient temple of Bhagwan Shantinatha was built in 1109 AD by a person named Shah Papa Humad and the idol was installed under the guiadence of  Bhavdev Suri Ji maharaj. The old temple was dismantled and the present temple was constructed at the same […]

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