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Nearly 76 cms. high, white-colored idol of Bhagawan Adishvar in the
It is in the Parasali village.
As the story goes, this tirth is the source of many miracles. Even today
various miracles are seen. e.g. The water used in bathing the idol, gave
eye-sight to Rameshvarji. The shortage of food served in the caste-dinner,
was supplied by divine power. During the famine of the year 1956 of the
Vikram era, the Pujari always secretly got a silver coin from the temple.
This ancient holy tirth has won the faith of many devotees on account of
many miracles such as these. A fair is held every year on the eighth day
and the ninth day of the bright half of the month of Fagan. There is a
document which shows that this idol was installed under the auspices of
Udaysagarji in the year 688 of the Vikram era.
temple of Bhagawan Shantinath and a Dadawadi are nearby. In the Dadawadi,
there are beautiful idols of Ratnaprabh Surishvarji and Jinakushal
of art and Sculpture:
This ancient idol of Bhagawan Adishvar is very beautiful and impressive.
The short structure of the handsome temple is beatiful and fascinating.
The nearest railway station of Shyamgadh is at a distance of 11 kilometers
from this tirth on the Kota-Ratlam road. Bus service and private vehicles
are avail;able. Boarding and lodging provisions are there.
Svetambar Parasali Tirth Pedhi, Parasali, Shyamgadh - 45883 Dist, Mandsor,
State : Madhya Pradesh, India.