Kanch Mandir

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  • Address: Hukumchand Marg, Itwaria Bazaar, Maharaja Tukoji Rao Holker Cloth Market, Indore, Madhya Pradesh 452002, India
  • Timings: 05:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Family And Kids

About Kanch Mandir, Indore

In the middle of a busy market is a spot for complete peace and allure. Translating into 'Temple of Glass', the Kanch Madir is made up entirely of glass and mirrors. The walls, ceiling, floor, pillars and doors of this Jain temple are all made of glass. The idol of Lord Mahavira is made of black onyx, and is decorated with multi-coloured glass beads. Chinese glass lamps and cut glass chandeliers add to the charm of this unique temple. There are around 50 murals in the temple, depicting the various stories of Jainism, which are all made on glass too. This temple was surely made to dazzle onlookers by its brilliant beauty.

How To reach Kanch Mandir by Public Transport

  • By Bus: Rajwada Bus Stop
  • Hire an auto-rickshaw

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Things to Know Before Visiting Kanch Mandir

  • 95% of people who visit Indore include Kanch Mandir in their plan

  • 49.34% of people start their Kanch Mandir visit around 4 PM - 5 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Kanch Mandir

Monday, Friday and Saturday

92.73% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Kanch Mandir

People normally club together Regional Park and Indore White Church while planning their visit to Kanch Mandir.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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  • Truly beautiful temple with thousands of mirrors inside. Nothing like I’ve ever seen. Definitely worth a visit while in Indore. Definitely a shame you can’t take photos inside. The art (especially the heaven/earth/hell piece) was really astonishing. It turned out the doorman who ensured everyone removed their shoes before entering wanted some money at the end. I guess he was making sure no one stole them? We gave him 10 rupees and he looked a little disappointed.

  • One of the old jain temples of Indore. Located in the main city. It has glass and mirror pieces that makes the temple more beautiful.

  • It seems that by reflecting the person in every teaching, through mirror, it gives a message that this teaching is for you and you are everywhere, in everything. If you know yourself well, then you can know everyone, everything too. This becomes a message to the person about non- violence with compassion, as everything, everyone is your projection only. As non violence can happen with hate.

  • In this Jain Digamber Mandir inside walls are decorated with intricate glass work. Plese avoid visiting this temple around 10 in the morning as poojas are performed and only JAINS are allowed inside at that time. Photography inside the temple is strictly prohibited.

  • A temple of historical Importance for Indore. Near the famous hotspot Rajwada. It is also known as Sheesh Mahal and is famous for its beautiful architecture. The walls inside the temple have artwork of beautiful coloured mirrors and glasses. Should visit once if you are a Indori.

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