Tijara Jain Mandir, Jaipur
Tijara Jain Mandir, Jaipur - Address
Address: Khuntala Mohalla, Tijara, Rajasthan 301411, India
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About Tijara Jain Mandir, Jaipur
Tijara Jain Temple (Hindi: तिजारा जैन मन्दिर) is a Jain temple dedicated to Chandraprabha. The temple is located in the hill town Tijara, in the Alwar district of Rajasthan, India. It is an Atishaya Kshetra (English: Place where Miracles happen). It is 55 kilometres (34 mi) from Alwar and 110 kilometres (68 mi) from Delhi. The location is a tirtha (pilgrimage site) for the Jains and a tourist attraction.Wikipedia
Overview of Tijara Jain Mandir
Tijara Jain Mandir is a place in Jaipur in the country of India. Tijara Jain Mandir is not a top-rated place in Jaipur.
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Known as an Atishaya Kshetra (Place of Salvation), Tijara Jain Temple is situated 110 Km away from Delhi and 55 Km from Alwar on the Delhi-Alwar Highway. It is a popular pilgrimage site for the Jains and a place of great interest for the ancient history lovers. WHAT TO FIND THERE? During an excavation in 1956 the main deity of Chandra Prabhu, the eighth Tirthankar was found and the temple was established. The 15 inches idol of Chandra Prabhu in Padmasana Mudra looks very beautiful and is made of white marble. This idol was installed on the 3rd day of Vishakha Shukla V.S 1554, as per the inscription. Later another 8 inches black idol of Chandra Prabhu was discovered in the similar lotus position in the year 1972. This was found under the expert supervision of Pujya Acharya Nirmal Sagarji Maharaj. The place regained as a pilgrimage after both the idols were installed. The temple is rectangular in shape which gives a beautiful look to its architecture with a sky-high pinnacle. The big hall inside has a capacity to hold 2000 persons at a time. The interiors were done beautifully with glass work and colorful paintings depicting the mythological stories. There is a strong belief that all the prayers done with true intensions were answered here and the ‘Kundli Dust’ even work like a remedy for all the sorrows and disease. BEST TIME TO VISIT This beautiful temple can be visited anytime in the year and is open to everyone.
Always a peaceful experience visiting there. Also visit nearby temples which are equally beautiful.. :)
This place is the third highest religious place for Jain's. Visit for peace and self ablution.
Temple of Jain Bhagwan chandraprabh Ji. Its 70-75km far from Gurugram. Very Convenient to travel by road. How to reach - If traveling by car from Delhi/Gurugram , Pass the Manesar Toll Nakka (Rs. 60), drive straight and change to slip road turn for Bhiwadi. Immediate left go straight and Right from the T-point and again left from the T-Point. Go straight and make a right for Tijara.One need to pay another toll (Rs 40 for one way and Rs. 60 for round trip) for Tijara. Head straight and you will reach the Tijara Temple. One can also shop for famous Milk Cake, Good Quality Pulses and spices here. Overall a must visit for all the Jain's
Great place to visit and one of the restaurant there has really great food, should visit once at least.