Peda Amiram Tirth
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Nearly 118 cms high, black-colored idol of Bhagawan Vimalnath in the
It is in the center of the Peda Amiram village.
This is a renovated temple and the antiquity of the idol cannot be
guessed. Its artistry reveals that it is more than a thousand years old.
While digging the land, this idol was found from the hollow of the ground,
nearly 85 years ago. Not knowing the importance of the idol, the villagers
kept it in dirty place. As a result, there was a great agony in the
village. When the villagers realized their mistake, they installed the
idol at a proper place. Then the atmosphere of peace spread over the
village. Even today this idol is regarded to be miraculous. This idol was
installed in the new temple under inspiration of Munishri Nandavijayji on
the auspicious eighth day of the month of Magh in the year 2021 of the
Vikram era. On the fifteenth day of the bright half of the month of
Chaitra, a fair is held here every year.
At present, there are no other temples.
of art and Sculpture:
The ancientness of this ancient idol is not known but its building style
of the temple is noteworthy. It is simple.
The nearest railway station of Bhimavaram is at a distance of 4
kilometers. Bus service and private vehicles are available. Boarding and
lodging provisions are adequate.
Jain Tirth, Peda Amiram - Gam, Bhimavaram - 534202, State: Andhra Pradesh,
Shri Aadishvar Bhagwan