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Shri Hathundi Tirth

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Mulnayak | Tirth | Historicity | Other Temples | Works of art and Sculpture | Trust | Photo Gallery

Mulnayak: Nearly 135 cms. high, Red - colored idol of Bhagawan Mahavir Swami in the Padmasana posture.

Tirth: At a distance of 3 kilometers from Bijapur it is among the hills.
Historicity: The History of the Tradition of Bhagawan parsvanath, by Ratnasundarji Maharaja Saheb states that this temple was built in the year 370 of the Vikram era. There is also mention that the idol of Bhagawan Red Mahavir was here in the year 1335 of the Vikram era. This tirth was renovated in the year 2006 of the Vikram era. The old fourth - century idol is still there. Here under the idol of Bhagawan Mahavir, there is a mark of a lion and the head is of an elephant. Perhaps, this is the reason why the city was named "Hastikundi". There are references to show that many learned Acharyas did religions activities here. A vast fair is held here every year on the thirteenth day of the month of Chaitra.Revati Yaksha here is very miraculons.

Other Temples: At present, there is no other temple.

Works of art and Sculpture: It is the Ancient tirth. still here we found the Archaeological Statues.Here  the idol of Bhagawan Mahavir,  a mark of a lionland

Guidelines: Javaibandh, the nearest railway station is 20 kilometers away and Falna is 28 kilometers away, Bus service and vehicles are available. There are boarding and lodging provisions.
Trust: Shri Rata Mahavir Jain Tirth, Bijapur, Dist. Pali, State Rajathan, India.

Bhagawan Mahavir Swami

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