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

Mulnayak: Nearly 127 cms. high, white - colored idol of Bhagawan Shantinath in the Padmasana posture.
   It is in the middle of Sevadi village.

Historicity: -The inscription of 1172 of the Vikram era Shows that Bhagawan Mahavir Swami was the Mulnayak here. At the time of renovation in the year 2014, the ancient idol of Bhagawan Shantinath was installed here. All the idols in this temple seem to belong to the thirteenth century. Once this was a prosperous city. There were as many as hundred stepped wells. Even today, the stepped well named Jetal is very large and beautiful. If archaeologists are asked to dig here, a lot of historical material can be found here. A flag is hoisted here every year on the third day of the bright half of the month of Fagan

Other Temples: There is another temple named Vasupujaya Vatika, installed in the year 1982 of the Vikram era.

Works of art and Sculpture: On the gate of the original sanctuary, there are really sighty idols of Vidyadevis, Yaksha and Kuber. All the fifty - two idols in this temple are ancient and very artistic. It is difficult to find such idols. In the sanctuary of this temple, the idols. The idols of Gajalaxmi and of Saraswatidevi are artistic and attractive.

Guidelines: Guidelines: The nearest railway station of Falna is at distance of 16 Kilometers, from the temple. Bus Service and Private Vehicles are available. There are boarding and lodging provisions.
Trust: Shri Jain Svetamber Devsthan, Pedhi, Sevadi : 306707, Dist. : Pali, Rajasthan State, India.

Shree Shantinath Bhagwan

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