History – By reading the history of Nasikyapurkalpa written by Shri Jinaprabhsuri on basis of stories prevalent among Jains and non-Jains, one gets acquainted with the antiquity of this place. The temple of Chandraprabha Swami and its ancient idol are not present today but the ancient idols of Jain Tirthankaras can be seen on the hills near the Chandavad village at a distance of 45 kilometers from Nasik. The idol of the main deity Chandraprabha is one among them. There is an idol of Chintamani Parshwanatha in the temple in Nasik. It was built by the sangha about the year 1800 of the vikram era. But according to another reference, this temple was built in the year 1918 of the Vikram era. But on the cross-legged posture of God, the year 1548 of the Vikram era is carved. About 30 years ago, the white idol was coated with blue color. Apart from this we can find nine other Jain temples at Naik. The temple of Bhagawan Adinatha is one the important temples among them. There is also a Gurumandir of Acharyadev shrimad Vijayayashodevsurisharji.
How to Reach – The nearest railway station of Nasik is at a distance of 8 kilometers from the temple.
Main Deity – Nearly 1 feet 9 inches high, blue coloured idol of Bhagawan Chintamani Parshwanatha in the Padmasana posture.