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Jain temples in India
Jain temples in Andhra Pradesh
Jain temples of Andhra Pradesh are as follows: -
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This temple of Shri Padmaprabhu Bhagwan is located at a distance of 8 kilometers from Alirajpur village in a jungle. It is 80 kilometers away from Dahod railway station. This temple is about 2000 years old.
This temple of Shri Parshwanatha Bhagwan is located in Gudivada village in Vijayvada - Machilipatnam route in Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh. The idol of the temple is said to be very old, belonging to 8th century period.
3-Shree Kulpakji Jain Temple
Here the black-colored idol of lord Bhagawan Adishvar in the ardh-Padmasana posture has been placed within an ancient temple. There are number of other idols of other tirthankars too. The grandeur of the idol of Manikyaswami and the sapphire-colored idol of lord Mahavir Swami is very attractive and has its own special place of importance. The temple is also a matchless specimen of art and architects. The idols of God here are of attractive and very high level sculpture.
Railway station-Aberon, District-Nalgoda. Connected by busses.
The Bhagwan Prahwanatha Jain temple is very ancient and the idol of Parshwanatha is said to be (11 and 12C AD) is a very attractive and unique of its kind. Jain devotees from different parts of the country visit this place. There are number of other Jain Tirthankar's idols along with the idol of lord Bhagwan Parshwanatha.
The Penukonda is easily approachable from Ananthpur.
5-Jain Mandir, Warangal
The 2,000-year-old Jain temple of Lord Mahaveer is a famous place of worship for Jains in the country. The temple is embellished with beautiful images of Thirthankaras. The 5ft high image of lord Mahavira is entirely carved of Jade.
Warangal is located on northern Andhra Pradesh State lies along the Chennai-Kazipet-Delhi rail route.
Warangal was the ancient capital of the Kakatiyas, an Andhra dynasty that flourished in the 12th century AD. Warangal fort is about 8 kilometers from Railway station. In the fort there are four Jain temples and some artistic articles. The city stands out for its beautiful lakes, temples and wildlife. It is very rich in antiques and relics. It is about 150KM away from Hydrabad.
6-Shree 1008 Bighan Haran Parshwanath Digambar Jain Atishay Kshetra, KULCHAM
Location: Post office: Kulcham, Tehsil: Logipath, District Medak, Andhra pradesh Pin:502381
Phone numbers: 08452-227436
Facilities available at this kshtra: Rooms having attached bath-10, Ordinary rooms-10 nos
Hall-1 About 100 pilgrims can stay over there. STD/ PCO-available.
How to reach there:
Railway station-Hyderabad/Sikandrabad is about-80 Kilometers away.
By BUS:From Hyderabad--80KM, Balanagar-70km
Management: Shree Bharatvarshya Digambar Jain Mandir,
Through President: Sh. Rajesh Kumar Mangilal Jain (Pahade)-Ph:098480 54242
Secretary: Sh Sumerchandra pandya, Ph:09849002772
Manager: Sh. Abhay Kumar Jain Ph:08452-227436situated on a plain land
Detail about Temple: There is only one temple During 1984 the black stone marble statue -11"-3" in height of lord Parshva Nath ji having seven serpent hood appeared under the ground. This attractive idol is miraculous having fulfilled the desires of pilgrims who come there for darshan. Panch Kalyanak pratishtha was held10-18 March 2003.
In 9 th century BC Andhra pradesh had a rich tradition of Jainism. The remains of old Jain ancient temples can be seen even today that displays the architectural and scriptural qualities. These were found mainly in 40 places. Dr G. jawahar lal Director of the Archeological Survey Department of India has written in his book titled Jain Center in Andhra Pradesh and Jain monuments in Andhra Pradesh.
Nearby religious Places: Hyderabad -Nalgonda-80 Km (08685-281696)
Banlore-300KM, Shervan Balegola via Banglore-450km.
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Address of Tourism Corporation Development, Andhra Pradesh
The list of Guest houses: -
Sri Mahavira Digambar Jain Bhavan
Kesara bagh, Agampur Road, Kamam,
Hyderabad, Telephone: 040 - 2514134
Sri Vardhaman Stanakwasi Jain Shravak Sangh,
Maruthi, Near Mond Market,
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