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45 cms. high,
white - colored idol of Bhagawan Chandraprabha in the Padmasana Posture.
(The idols of Bhagawan in the Svetambar and Digambar temples are quite
It is on the bank of the Ganga river near the Chandravati village.
The history of this tirth begins from the times of Bhagawan Chandraprabh,
the eighth Tirthankara. This Holy Land is the place of the four Kalyanakas
- chyavan, birth, diksa and attainment of omniscience - of Bhagawan
Chandraprabh. This tirth is mentioned in ‘ Vividh Tirth Kalpa’ written
by Acharya Jinaprabhasurishvarji, in Jain, scriptures and in many
tirthamaleas. In this tirth there are many ancient hills if the archaic
logical department undertakes research work, many remains and other
material can be found. The most valuable days in Bhagwan’s Life passed
here. This place, therefore, his a great significance. Every particle here
deserves adoration. Even today, under influence of the pure particles,
pilgrims get engrossed in prayer to Bhagawan, experience spiritual peace
and make their life successful.
At present, there are no other temples.
of art and Sculpture:
The holy tirth on the bank of the Ganga river is full of natural beauty,
pure particles, delight and wonders and it is fit for sadden since this is
an ancient tirth, many remains can be found.
The nearest railway Kadipur is at a distance of 5 kilometers and Benaras
is at a distance of 23 kilometers Bus service and private vehicles are
available. For Svtambare and Digamalars, there is a provision for board
Shri Jain Svetambar Tirth Pedhi, Chandrapuri Tirth, Gam: Chandravati,
Dist. :Uttar Pradesh, India.
Shri Chandraprabh Bhagwan