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Featured Heritage Centres

Some of the ancient unknown Jain Heritage sites across different parts of India have been featured in this section to showcase their hidden treasure to the world.

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Latest News and updates related to Jainism, Jain events, celebrations, and poojas.

Webinar on "Jaina Folk Tales in Prakrit" and "Jaina Legends" - Jain Heritage Festival 2022
Webinar on “Jaina Folk Tales in Prakrit” and “Jaina Legends” – Jain Heritage Festival 2022
WWW.JAINHERITAGECENTRES.COM’s 20TH Anniversary CelebrationsJAIN HERITAGE ...
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Webinar on "Jaina Folk Literature in Karnataka" - Jain Heritage Festival 2022
Webinar on “Jaina Folk Literature in Karnataka” – Jain Heritage Festival 2022
WWW.JAINHERITAGECENTRES.COM’s 20TH Anniversary CelebrationsJAIN HERITAGE ...
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A new Jain pilgrim centre Jainaragutti
A new Jain pilgrim centre Jainaragutti
After Shravanabelgola, well known forthe ...
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Jain Epigraphy

An online repository of Jain inscriptions in different languages spread all over the world with contributions by Jain scholars in India & abroad and updates on latest Jain epigraphical discoveries.

Sringeri Parshwanath Basadi's Donation Inscription

Sringeri Parshwanath Basadi’s Donation Inscription

An inscription of 1161 A.D. that gives details of the temple's construction and donations made to the temple, installed at ...
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A Sallekhana memorial (Nishadi) inscription of 1371 A.D. of a Digambar Jain Muni/ascetic called Meghachandra Devaru at Yechagalli/Eachiganahalli, Nanjangud taluk, Mysuru/Mysore district, Karnataka, India.

Meghachandra Devaru’s Nishadi at Yechagalli

A Sallekhana memorial (Nishadi) inscription of 1371 A.D. of a Digambar Jain Muni/ascetic called Meghachandra Devaru at Yechagalli/Eachiganahalli, Nanjangud taluk, ...
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Moni Bhatara's Nishadi, a Sallekhana memorial inscription of 954 A.D. of a Jain Muni called Moni Bhatara. Found at Bastihalli (Halebidu), Belur taluk, Hassan district, Karnataka.

Moni Bhatara’s Nishadi at Bastihalli (Halebidu)

A Sallekhana memorial (Nishadi) inscription of 954 A.D. of a Digambar Jain Muni/ascetic called Moni Bhatara at Bastihalli (Halebidu), Belur ...
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Four Unpublished Jain Inscriptions from 13th to 16th Century found at Gummettu Chandranath Basadi

Four Unpublished Jain Inscriptions from 13th to 16th Century found at Gummettu Chandranath Basadi

Karkala (Udupi District, Karnataka), 13th March 2021: Four Unpublished pedestal Jain Inscriptions have been discovered at Sri Chandranath Basadi in ...
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Heritage Highlight

Articles about ancient Jain Heritage Centres, Jain ruins, their antiquity, inscriptions with history of temples, and basadis in various parts of the world.

Digambar Jain Temple at Jogipeta, Medak District, Telangana.

Jogipeta Temple: A fountainhead of the Digambar Jains

At first sight it looks like an old house. In fact, the lane is filled with such houses with small rooms and smaller windows, leading to dark kitchens. But these ...
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Galleries

Galleries of Jain idols and inscriptions in various Jain Museums managed by Government and private authories found in differents parts of India.

Kolkata - Indian Museum

Kolkata – Indian Museum

-Photos by Nitin H.P. (HPN@JHC), Bengaluru Images of Jain idols at India Museum, Kolkata, West Bengal, India ...
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New Delhi - National Museum

New Delhi – National Museum

-Photos by Nitin H.P. (HPN@JHC), Bengaluru Images of the ancient Jain idols found at the National Museum, New Delhi ...
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