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Sankeshwar – Padmavathi

    History – Under the auspicious of the Acharya Shrimad Hemchandrasurisvarji and under the inspiration and with blessings Muni Shri Lekhendravijayji, this new temple was built in the year 2050 of the Vikram era. The idol of Sankeshwar Parshwanatha is installed in the upper storey of this pinnacle temple. it is nearly 4 feet high. In Sankeshwar , there is a temple of Sankeshwar Parshwanatha, the temple of 108 Bhaktivihar Parshwanatha, the Agam temple, the Bhaktamar temple, the Gurumandir and many other temples are found.

    How to Reach – The temple is on the main road outside the Sankeshwar Village. The nearest railway station of Viramgam is at a distance of 55 kilometers. The bus service and private vehicles are available for traveling on the road from Viramgam to Radhanpur.

    Main Deity – Nearly 4 feet high, white-colored idol of Goddess Padmavatidevi.

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