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    History – This place is considered to be one of the main pilgrim place of the ‘Abadasa’ Taluk of Bhuj – Kutch. Shri Uddeshi Shravaka got this idol from a villager. He took it home and put it in the granary. The granary got filled with grains. Similarly, during the construction and rituals, the ghee-pots remained full though a large quantity of ghee was used from the pot. As a result of these miraculous events, devotees called the idol as Dhrutakallol Parshwanatha. This temple was inagurated on the eighth day of the bright half of the month of Vaishakh in the year 1895 of the Vikram era.  The temple is so constructed that twice in a year, the Sun rays touch the feet of the idol On the upper flour, there is an idol of Chaumukhji. There is a 31 cms. high idol of Bhagawan Kunthunatha. Besides these there are ancient idols of Gautam Swami and Padmavatidevi.

    How to Reach – The temple is situated in the center of the village Suthari. Bhuj, the nearest railway station is at a distance of 86 kilometers and Gandhidham is at a distance of 160 kilometers. The roads are good and the bus service and the taxi service are available here. Kothara, is at a distance of 12 kilometers.

    Main Deity – Nearly 1 feet high, white colored idol of Bhagawan Dhrutakallol Parshwanatha in the Padmasana posture.

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