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Shri Dungarpur Tirth

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Mulnayak: Nearly 105 Cms. high, White - colored metal idol of Bhagwan Adinath in the Padmasana posture.

Tirth: It is in the Manek Chok area in the Dungarpur town.

Historicity: Sheth Sanvalldas Davada Built this temple and installed the large idol of Bhagwan Adinath under the auspices of the disciples of Acharya Ratnasurishvarji in the year 1526 of the Vikram era. Thinking it to be an idol of gold, Muslims damaged this idol during the Muslim real. This white colored idol was then reinstalled. The metal parikar is there even today. One sees in it the pictures of the twenty four Tirthankars of the past, present and the future groups.

Other Temples: There are other temples also. The temple of Bhagwan Parshvanath built by Sheth Shala Shah is exceedingly splendid. It is in the old Ghati Street here.

Works of art and Sculpture: The metal parikar and palasana of the idol are distinctly artistic. In the partikar, one sees paintings of Tirthakars and in the palsana, one sees the painting. of the scenes of the fourteen dreams, the nine plintings plants, the eight mangals and Yakshas and Yakshinis.

 This tirth is at a distance of 32 Kms. from a the Kesariyaji tirth. The Nearest railway station of Dungapur is at distance of 2 kilometers. There are good boarding and lodging provisions.

Trust: Shri Adinath Bhagawan Jain Svetambar Mandir Pedhi, Manek Chowk, Dungarpur : 314001, State Rajasthan, India.

 Bhagwan Adinath


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