Posted: 07.05.2015
 
Idols and foot print of Dadaguru Jin Kushal Suri in Malpura Dadabadi Main foot print of Dadaguru Jin Kushal Suri in Malpura Dadabadi Exclusive Ruby gemstone idol of Jin Kushal Suri in Malpura Dadabadi Sri Jineshwar Suri, founder of Khartar Gachchh sec of Swetambar Jain Sri Jin Dutt Suri, first Dadaguru Dadaguru Jin Kushal Suri idol Dadaguru Sri Jin Chandra Suri who preached Mogul emperor Akbar Malpura Dadabadi,...
Posted: 19.06.2013
 
Lodurva Amar Sagar Jain Temple: Outside view 09. Tirthankara Suvidhinatha ( Puspadanta) White marble sculpture of 01. Tirthankara Rishabhanatha, flanked by two black marble statuettes of 23. Tirthankara Parshvanatha Photos & Slideshow:
Posted: 30.05.2013
 
Photos & Slideshow: Jaisalmer Jain Temples: Jaisalmer Chandraprabha Temple, 08. Tirthankara Jaisalmer Adinatha Temple, 01. Tirthankara Jaisalmer Kunthunatha Temple, 17. Tirthankara Jaisalmer Parshvanatha Temple, 23. Tirthankara Jaisalmer Shitalanatha Temple, 10. Tirthankara Jaisalmer Shantinatha Temple, 16. Tirthankara Jaisalmer Sambhavanatha Temple, 03. Tirthankara Report HN4U Visit: 16.02.2013...
Posted: 14.12.2012
 
Shri Nadlai Teerth located in Rajasthan is dedicated to Lord Neminath. There is another hill known as Shatrunjaygiri on which the temple of Bhagwan Rishabh Dev has been built. Shri Nadlai Teerth located in Rajasthan is a Jain pilgrimage centre. It is situated in beautiful location between two hills near village Nadlai. The temple is dedicated to Lord Neminath, Twenty-Second Tirthankara. History of Shri Nadlai...
Posted: 13.11.2012
 
Digambara Jain Temple at Chulgiri Chulgiri Jain Temple is situated on the Aravali hills near Jaipur. Jain Acharya Shri Desh Bhoosan ji Maharaj selected the hill area on Jaipur-Agra road for his penance in year 1953. After a few months, he decided to build a Jain temple on this place. Acharya Shri Desh Bhoosan ji Maharaj gave the name "Chulgiri" to those hills. In April 1966, statues of Bhagwan Parshvanatha,...
Posted: 14.08.2012
 
Jain Mandir, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan.
Posted: 07.08.2012
 
Jain Temple at Nareli Nareli Jain Temple is a modern Jain temple complex, located on the outskirts of Ajmer at Kishangarh Bypass, which is famous for its carvings and intricate designs. The temple complex is also known as Shri Gyanodaya Tirth Kshetra and includes numerous temples and shrines, some of them still under construction. The construction of the main temple was started in 1994/95 due to blessings of...
Posted: 06.08.2012
 
Shri Parshvanath Digambar Jain Nasiyan (also known as Nasiyaji) is situated outside of Bairat town at the foot of the Vindhyachal Mountain in Jaipur district of Rajasthan. The history of the town goes back to the time of the Mahabharata, when it was known as "Viratnagar" which was the capital of the ancient Mahajanapada (kingdom) of Machcha or Matsya. The kingdom came under the control of the neighboring Chedi...
Posted: 29.07.2012
 
Image of Shri Nakoda Bhairav in Ayed Jain Temple, situated near Udaipur, Rajasthan.
Posted: 29.07.2012
 
Osian Jain Tirth near Jodhpur, Rajasthan.
Posted: 19.07.2012
 
Digamber Jain Temple at Padampura, Rajasthan.
Posted: 13.07.2012
 
Muchhal Mahavir Jain Temple at Ghanerao I. Muchhal Mahavir Temple Muchhal Mahavir Jain Temple is situated in the Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary, at a distance of 5 km from Ghanerao village in Pali district of Rajasthan. The temple, which is dedicated to Mahavira, is the only Jain temple where first Tirthankara Mahavira is depicted with a moustache. The temple comprises two statues of elephants in guarding postures at...
Posted: 12.07.2012
 
Image of Shri Parasnath Dada, Kirti Stambha, in Ghanerav Jain Tirth, located near Ranakpur, Rajasthan.
Posted: 12.07.2012
 
Image of Shri Mahavir Swami in Nandiya Jain Tirth, located near Bamanwadji, Rajasthan.
Posted: 10.07.2012
 
Falna Swarna Mandir (golden temple), Rajasthan.
Posted: 10.07.2012
 
Image of Shri Adeshwar Bhagawan in Jain Temple at Lotana village, located near Shirohi, Rajasthan.
Posted: 06.07.2012
 
Image of Babeshwar ji Maharaj, (Yaksha Deva) in Jain temple at Nitoda village, situated near Swaroopganj, Marvar, Rajasthan.
Posted: 03.07.2012
 
Image of Parshvanatha (mulnayak) in Lodurva Parshvanath Temple, Rajasthan. Slideshow:
Posted: 25.06.2012
 
Jahaj Mandir at Mandwala, situated near Jalore, Rajasthan. Image of Bhagwan Shantinath ji in Jahaj Mandir at Mandwala, Rajasthan.
Posted: 09.06.2012
 
Ajmer Soniji Ki Nasiyan (also known as Lal Mandir or Siddhkut Chaityalaya), Ajmer, Rajasthan.
Posted: 01.06.2012
 
Nareli Jain Tirth, located at Pushkar Road near Ajmer, Rajasthan.
Posted: 29.05.2012
 
Shri Dattani Jain Tirth Shri Dattani Jain Tirth is located in the small village Dattani (also known as Dantani), about 15 km south-west of Mount Abu, in Sirohi District of Rajasthan. It is founded on a land where an ancient home temple was known to be there. The contemporary temple is dedicated to Bhagvan Simandhar Swami, but it is said that the original building was once dedicated to Parshvanatha. Behind the...
Posted: 26.05.2012
 
Nakoda Parshvanath Temple Alias: Shri Nakoda Jain Temple Nakoda Bherav Temple Ground floor: Shri Nakodaji (Parshvanatha) Bheravji (Bhairav) Top Naminatha Neminatha
Posted: 20.05.2012
 
Idol of Shri Simandhar Swami at Shri Dattani Jain Tirth, located near Revdar, Sirohi district, Rajasthan.
Posted: 14.05.2012
 
Dedicated to Adinatha, the Jain Temple in Ranakpur rises majestically from the slope of a hill. The temple is supported by over 1444 marble pillars, carved in exquisite detail. The pillars are all differently carved and no two pillars are the same. The construction of the temple and quadrupled image symbolize the Tirthankara’s conquest of the four cardinal directions and hence the cosmos. The dating of...
Posted: 02.05.2012
 
Swarna Mandir at Falna Swarna Mandir (“golden temple”) is a modern Jain temple built at Falna near Ranakpur (Rajasthan). It is the first golden temple that has been built in the country by the Jain community. Shri Bhairon Singh Shekhawat, Vice President of India at that time, inaugurated the temple in 2004 and joined the installation ceremonies along with other celebrities. Swarna Mandir, which is also...
Posted: 25.04.2012
 
Inside of Shri Shital Nath Jain Temple at Udaipur, Rajasthan.
Posted: 13.04.2012
 
Bhagwan Shantinath Temple, Mandwala, Rajasthan.
Posted: 06.04.2012
 
Bheru Tarak Jain Temple, Bheru Tarak, Anadara, near Sirohi and Abu road, Rajasthan.
Posted: 04.04.2012
 
Shri Mahaveerji, Digambar Jain Atishaya Keshtra Shri Mahaveerji with a coral-coloured idol of Lord Mahaveer (moolnayak) in padmasana posture.
Posted: 04.04.2012
 
Digambar Jain Atishaya Keshtra Shri Mahaveerji in Chandanpur village, 7 km from Railway station Mahavirji on Mumbai- Delhi Railway line, 140 km away from Jaipur, Rajasthan.
Posted: 01.04.2012
 
Shri Bamanwada Tirth, near Sirohi, Rajasthan.
Posted: 01.04.2012
 
Shri Mahavir Swami, Bamanwada Tirth, near Sirohi, Rajasthan.
Posted: 25.03.2012
 
Shri Osian ji, near Jodhpur and Falodi, Rajasthan.
Posted: 10.03.2012
 
Jain Mandir Salawa Ajmer, Rajasthan.
Posted: 09.03.2012
 
Jain Temple, Sanganer, Rajasthan Source: Jain Mandal Source: columbia.edu Shri Digamber Jain Temple, Sanganer, Rajasthan
Posted: 06.03.2012
 
Jain Mandir Ladnun, Rajasthan Below in the basement :
Posted: 08.02.2012
 
Shri Parswanath Prabhu, Nakodaji Tirth, near Balotra, Rajasthan.
Posted: 02.12.2011
 
Soniji Ki Nasiyan Temple at Ajmer Projected and built in 1864-1895 by Seth Shri Mulchand Soni and finally completed by Gauravji, the Nagar Seth of Ajmer at this time, Soniji Ki Nasiyan is a Digambar Jain temple famous for its rich architecture. The main chamber of this red temple, known as the Swarna Nagari (City of Gold), has several gold-plated wooden figures, depicting characters in the Jain tradition. The...
Posted: 25.11.2011
 
Temples of Nagda Nagda is a small town in the Indian state of Rajasthan. In the 6th century, Nagda was found by Nagaditya of Guhilot, the fourth Mewar King. Initially it was known as Nagahrida or Nagadraha and served as the capital of Mewar. Before long, the place came under the province of Sisodias. Nagda is located besides Bagela Lake at a distance of 23 kms in the north-west of Udaipur on the way to...
Posted: 10.11.2011
 
Jain Temples at Mirpur The architecturally most important building near Sirohi is the main temple of a group of four at Mirpur, also known by its former names of Hamipur or Hamiryadh. A bus-ride of about fifteen kilometres to the south-west, then a half-an-hour walk along a track leading towards the Abu mountain range, and the pilgrim will find himself transported into a world where nature reigns supreme...
Posted: 21.10.2011
By Kurt Titze
Jain Temples of Jaisalmer Of all Indian States and Union Territories, Rajasthan has the highest percentage of Jainas to its total population, namely 1,82 per cent. The northwestern portion of Rajasthan is generally sandy and dry. Most of the region is covered by the Thar Desert, which extends into adjoining portions of Pakistan. Thar Desert is thinly populated; the town of Bikaner is the largest city in the...
Posted: 25.03.2011
 
Shri Mahavir Swami Temple and Shri Sachhiyay Mata Temple at Osian 1. The Temples of Osian A pilgrimage to the Holy Temple of Shri Osiya Mataji is the holiest pilgrimage for Oswals. It is said that Osian (also called Osiya or Osiyan) is the beginning place for Oswals and Shri Osiya Mataji is kuldevi (lineage goddess) of Oswals. Shri Osiya Mataji resides in a temple located in Osian near Jodhpur, Rajasthan. This...
Posted: 04.03.2011
 
Jain Temples at Lodurva Lodurva, the ancient capital of the Bhattis, is situated about 16 km northwest of Jaisalmer and has some Jain temples of special art historical interest. According to J. Tod (Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan, vol. II) a copper-plate inscription of tenth century [...] in the ornamental Jain character as well as some clay signets, given to pilgims, bearing Jain symbols indicates the...
Posted: 25.02.2011
 
Tijara Jain Temple Tijara Jain Temple, also called Shri 1008 Chandra Prabhu Digambar Jain Atishaya Kshetra, is a famous Jain temple dedicated to the 8th Tirthankar Chandraprabha, located in the hill town Tijara in the Alwar district of Rajasthan. It is an atishaya kshetra, i.e. a place of salvation. In ancient times the site was a dehra, i.e. a place where Jain idols were worshipped, and became an important...
Posted: 11.02.2011
 
Adinatha Temple at Ranakpur The Adinatha Temple of Ranakpur is also named Dharna Vihara temple after its builder. The impression it conveys is very different from that of the Dilwara temples. In the Dilwara temples, the atmosphere is one of peace and seclusion; this engendered by the smallness of the temples as well as by the illusion of their being hidden and concealed. In comparison, the temple at Ranakpur is...
Posted: 28.01.2011
 
Nakoda Parshvanath Temple Alias: Shri Nakoda Jain Temple Nakoda Bherav Temple Nakoda Parshvanath Temple The Nakodaji Jain tirth belongs to the most famous sacred places of the Jains in Rajasthan. The temple is situated in the hills outside the village Mewanagar (Barmer district) in the western part of Rajasthan. The place is favored by the pilgrims because of its unique atmosphere which surrounds the visitor...
Posted: 06.01.2011
 
Bhandasar Jain Temple at Bikaner The Bhandasar Jain Temple at Bikaner, dedicated to the 5th Tirthankar Sumatinath, was commissioned in 1468 by Bhandasa Oswal and was completed in 1514. A renowned mercantile citizen of the town named Bhanda Shah was assigned to construct the building and according to this the temple was named after him. It is believed that the temple was built by using more than forty barrels of...

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