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Published: 27.08.2017
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1983 में शिखर जी की बंदना -आचार्यश्री ने मधुवन से सात वंदना लगातार करी और 1 वंदना निमिया घाट की करी ऐसे टोटल 8 वंदना हुई, यह सवाल का जवाब पूज्य योग सागर जी महाराज जी ने दिया है By @ Samyaktva!! #AcharyaVidyasagar

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तमिल नाडू में जैन लोग नहीं होने से वह ज्यादातर मंदिर और जिनेन्द्र भगवान् अन्य मता लम्बी द्वारा लेलिये गए या कन्वर्ट करदिये गए:(This place is also an example of this conversion.This place is named Kovilangulam is situated in madurai district of Tamilnadu state.These Teerthankaras are converted to Hindu deities.This place is about 45 kms from Madurai in southward direction.There are three jain sculptures are situated at Ambalaappaswamy Temple. [ Village-Kovilnkulam, District- Madurai, Tamilnadu, India ]

These sculptures are worshiped by local people by pasting sandal lines and vermilion.Some times turban are also placed over the head of Jina.These sculpture are siiting in the Ardhparyangasan.One of the deities has triple umbrella canopied over the head of Jina.These triple canopies represents the three gems of Jainism viz Smayak darshan,Samyak gyan and Samyak Charitra.According to Retired Senior Archaeologist Dr. C. Santhalingum curled hair represents mahaveera so central deity should be of mahaveera swamy.There are three epigraphs found in this village and they describe about the history of these sculptures, village and relics of a great Jain pantheon.According to Inscription There was a great jain temple which was built by the Chief Kulothunga Chola in 1118 AD.This temple had a Golden Vimana and Principal deity of this temple is known as Mukkudaiyyar swamy.The original name of the village in the records is referred to as Kumbanoor and Gunahanaparanallur. The village was under the subdivision named Sengattu Irukkai and the geographical division called Venbuvazhanaadu.The inscription also gives out details about the person who made the sculpture, donation of land for temple maintenance and a well that served water to the village and temple. It also gives details about establishment of water sheds for travellers during summer season. The temple attracted devotees from various parts of Pandya country like Kurandi, Kundrathur, Madurai and Sathangudi.It is believed that Jainism encountered a setback with the advent of Bhakti Movement in the 7th century. But, with the best efforts from a Jain monk Achanandhi, Jainism was rejuvenated during 9th and 10th centuries. In this connection, probably, a temple was constructed at Kovilangulam. Jainism flourished till 12th century in the Pandya region and is well attested by the presence of the Jain temple.

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