Top 10 Must-Visit Jain Temples In India.

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Top 10 Amazing Jain Temples and Pilgrimages in India

1. Nareli Jain Temple – Ajmer Rajasthan

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Nareli Jain Temple, located at a distance of about 7 km from Ajmer, is a holy pilgrimage place for the Jain communities. On the first floor in the main temple, there is a huge 22 feet high idol of Guru Adinath Ji. 

Nareli Jain Temple, built of marble stone, is known for its beautiful architecture and intricate stone carvings. This holy pilgrimage site of Digambar Jains is very popular among tourists. Nareli Jain Temple in Rajasthan is one of the most breathtaking Jain temples for tourists fond of the natural beauty of the hills.

2. Tijara Jain Temple – Alwar

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Situated on the Delhi-Alwar Highway, the Tijara Jain Temple is dedicated to eight Jain Tirthankaras, i.e. Jain religious leaders. This ancient temple is a popular pilgrimage site for Jains.

Established in the year 1956, the Tijara Jain Temple is considered a center of significant faith for the Jain community. This ancient temple was established in 1956. The main deity of this grand temple is Chandraprabhu, the idol of Chandraprabhu made of white stone is 15 inches high.

3. Shri Nakoda Jain Temple – Rajasthan

Shri Nakoda Jain Temple is a famous Jain temple located in Rajasthan. This famous temple is a major faith center for the Jain community. In this temple, about 58 cm high idol of Parshvanath is seated in the lotus position. 

The Jain temple was built by Virasen and Nakorsan during the third century. A big festival is celebrated here on the occasion of the birthday of Lord Parshvanath and a big fair is also organized on that day, which attracts pilgrims and tourists from different corners of the country to see. 

The idol of Parshvanath installed in Nakoda Jain temple was brought here from Nakoda village, hence this holy place is also called Nakoda Parshvanath temple.

4. Ranakpur Jain Temple

Ranakpur Jain Temple – Rajasthan Tourism, The amazing and ancient Ranakpur Jain Temple is located between the Pali district of Rajasthan and Jodhpur Udaipur. This Jain temple is one of the very famous pilgrimage sites in India and is dedicated to Lord Adinath. 

The Ranakpur Jain Temple was built by Seth Dharna Sah (a Jain businessman) with the help of Rana Kumbha. Ranakpur is named after the Rajput Emperor and this is how temples were built. The Ranakpur Jain Temple is one of the 5 major holy pilgrimage places of the Jains. 

The temple is easily accessible from Udaipur city. Built in the 15th century, the Ranakpur temple is known to be the largest and important temple of the Jain pantheon. ( Read More )

5. Gomateshwara Temple – Karnataka

Know about the world’s tallest monolithic statue Gomateshwara Statue, which is located in the city of Shravanabelagola in Karnataka. This temple dedicated to Lord Bahubali is also known as Gomateshwara. Gomateshwara Temple is one of the most important pilgrimage places for Jains. 

The temple is built on the peak of Vindhyagiri hill at an altitude of 3347 feet. Standing at a huge height of 58.8 feet, the idol is carved out of single granite rock. The construction of such a large statue is at such a great height without any external support. Built-in the 10th century, this statue is very popular among the people due to its unique structure. ( Read More)

6. Dilwara Jain Temple – Mount Abu

Dilwara Jain Temple Temple situated amidst the Aravalli hills of Rajasthan is a major pilgrimage site for Jains. This marble temple is known for its intricate carvings. The magical structure of this ancient temple compels the visiting tourists to come here again and again. 

This temple, which looks very ordinary from the outside, when you look from the inside, you will be surprised to see the designs made on its roof, walls, arches, and pillars. 

The most impressive Dilwara Temple, located about 2 km from Mount Abu, the only hill station in Rajasthan, is a pilgrimage site for Jains and an important tourist attraction for tourists.

12. Sheetalnathji Jain Temple

13. Kulpakji Temple 

14. Bawangaja Temple

15. Vasai Jain Temple at Bhadreshwar

16. Gomateshwara (Bahubali) Temple

17. Samosaran Mandir

18. Lal Mandir

19. Dharmanath Temple

20. Shikharji Temple (Parasnath Hills)

21. Sonagiri Temple

22. Dilwara Temple

1. Dallina Vardamana Mahaveera Jain Temple

2. Jain Temple, Gummileru

3. Shantinath Jain Teerth

4. Ellora Jain Cave Basadi

5. Thirupanamur Jain Temple

6. Shri Mahavirji Jain Temple

7. Palitana Jain Temples

8. Karandai Jain Temple

9. Mannargudi Mallinatha Swamy Jain Temple

10. Saavira Kambada Basadi, Moodbidri

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