There are many Jain tirtha
(pilgrimage sites) throughout India.
Northern India Uttar Pradesh
holy destination comprising of a collection of temples
and pilgrimage locations
Eastern India Jharkhand
Western India Gujarat
Temples, complex of white marble Jain temples on
Temples, extensive complex of white marble Jain
temples in Ranakpur,
Parshvanâtha Jain temple is a holy place of the Jains
near Barmer, Rajasthan
Madhopur district in Rajasthan,
a 78 cm high copper-colored idol of Mahavira in the
Padmasana posture. About 175 km away from Jaipur,
it is the most visited temple in Rajasthan.
Atisaya-kshetra, in Alwar
district in Rajasthan,
where the principal Tirthankara is Bhagwan Chandraprabha,
is about 110 km away from Delhi.
- Golden Temple, the first Jain Temple in India to be
covered by gold.Falna,Rajasthan
- Shri Mahavir Swami Jain temple in
Osiya is one of the largest worshipped Jain temple in
western India. It is believed and said that Sachhiyay
mata was devoted in the Bhakti of Mahavir Swami so much
that she decided to build a temple for Mahavir
- sector-4, Gurgaon,
shri Shantinath jain Swetambar Temple/Mandir
Pratishted in 1995, The temple is run by Shree Atamnand
jain shwetambar shee sangh sector-4, Gurgaon.
The moolnayak bhagwaan of the temple/mandir is shri
Shantinath Bhagwaan. The other gods in the temple are lord
Valabh Parashnath,lord Mahavir , Padmawati mata, Sarawati mata
and lord Manibhadrveer.
The Mandir/temple also has a paasara which has a hall which
can fit 200 people accompanied by 3-4 rooms.The temple compound
also housed a charitable homeopathic dispensary with a
shri Shantinath jain Swetambar Temple/Mandir Sector 4, Gurgaon
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