Parshwanath Sushil Dham

  • Address: 26/2 BalagaranaHalli, Hosur Road, Neralur Post, Surana Nagar, Attibele, Bangalore-562107, Karnataka, India, Bengaluru
  • Phone: +91-8027820171
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Religious Site, Family And Kids

About Parshwanath Sushil Dham, Bengaluru

Located on Hosur road, the Parshva Sushil Dam is a recently added Jain Tirth(pilgrimage) for the Jain community. Built by the renowned Surana family of Micro Labs fame, this pilgrimage attracts attention as well as awe. The central deity over here is the "ShankeshwarParshwanath" and a Dadavadi of "Sushil Suriji" marasaheb along with holding idols of BhomiyajiMaharaj, GhantakarnaMahaveer, Padmavatimata, NakodaBheruji to name few.  Along with the main worshipping centre, this temple also offers a Dharamshala, Bhojanshala, and Playground for Children recreation with all modern amenities.

Parshwanath Sushil Dham Information

  • Follow the Jain rituals while entering the dham.

Parshwanath Sushil Dham Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

Parshwanath Sushil Dham Opening and Closing Hours

  • Please enquire before you visit.

How To reach Parshwanath Sushil Dham by Public Transport

  • By rented car from city centre.

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  • 2.61% of people who visit Bengaluru include Parshwanath Sushil Dham in their plan

  • 47.53% of people start their Parshwanath Sushil Dham visit around 08 AM - 09 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Parshwanath Sushil Dham

Monday, Wednesday and Friday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Parshwanath Sushil Dham

People normally club together Kaikondrahalli Lake and Bannergatta National Park while planning their visit to Parshwanath Sushil Dham.

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Parshwanath Sushil Dham, Bengaluru Reviews

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  • Nice architectural white marble hand work on the temple, very peaceful ambience, bhojansala provides Jain food for visitors at a nominal cost, children play area. Temple premises is very well maintained and good to go with entire family. Parking is available inside the temple premises.

  • This is religious place for the Jain community, however no restriction for others. Everything in there has been kept very clean. Calm and peaceful environment. There are some guest houses as well inside the campus. Pure vegetarian food (breakfast, lunch & dinner) are served during specific times. You can buy token and have food when available. The care takers are very specific or discourage wastage of food. Very noble...

  • In a single sentence white marble beauty.. Very peaceful temple.. Can be crowded over weekends and festivals.. But a really big temple.. Can seem empty despite huge crowds.. Has parking space for more than 100 cars and hundreds of bikes.. kids play area can be crowded with lots of kids.. Kids absolutely love to play here..

  • Quite peaceful and calm place to go... You can relax well.... Good place for meditation. There is a canteen and kids play area too! Very well maintained... Ample parking available... Since it is out from main city, there is no traffic hassals and it is pollution free....

  • Such an awesome Jain temple hidden at hosur road. A must visit for all people visiting Bangalore. The entire temple is made of white marble, will remind you for the Taj Mahal, Agra. There’s a small children’s park too. Sitting in and around the temple itself is like meditation

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