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This history of this place belongs to a period earlier that the tenth century. There are some ruins of the Gupta age. They prove the antiquity of this place. The ancient name of this place was Toran. It is said that it was changed into the present name during the Muslim rule. This temple was renovated many times. The last renovation was accomplished by Shri Unhel sanga in the year 1700 of the Vikram era. On certain nights, muscial sounds of songs are heard at night. It is said that if small lamps are waved before the idol by way of worship. Sometimes nectar flows out of God’s eyes. On either sides of the idols of Bhagawan Parshwanatha the idols of Indra with a snake’s hood is found which canout be found elsewhere. People believe that on visiting this place they can fulfill their wishes.

How to Reach – the nearest railway station is at a distance of 10 kilometers from the temple and Ujjain is at a distance of 40 kilometers from this temple. The Nagda Town is nearby. Bus service and private vehicles are available.

Main Deity – Nearly 3 feet 6 inches high black coloured idol of Bhagawan Chintamani Parshwanatha in the Padmasana posture.

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