Gujarat is known for its rich culture, remarkable architecture, and the finest textiles in the country. Being the westernmost state in the country, Gujarat attracts thousands of visitors every year because of its unique wildlife as well. Whether you want to see Asiatic lions or spend time in tribal villages, Gujarat won’t disappoint you. During your trip to Gujarat, you should definitely visit places such as Champaner & Pavagadh, Gir National Park, Shatrunjaya, and multiple Jain temples in Gujarat that are known for their history, heritage, and architecture.
5 Jain Temples In Gujarat
Here’s a list of some amazing Jain temples in Gujarat that you would love to visit and marvel at the intricate architecture.
1. Shree Girnar Tirth
If you’re ever around the Girnar mountain ranges then make sure you pay a visit to explore the exquisite range of temples dedicated to Lord Neminath. Adorned with intricate carvings and stunning sculptures, these temples are perched on a hill with glorious views of the surrounding peaks and the silence at these temples delves into your heart. Experience a slice of heaven by visiting the Girnar and the Jain temples.
Location: Shree Girnar Tirth, Girnar, Junagadh, Gujarat
2. Songadh Tirtha
A complex of stunning temples, they are dedicated to various Tirthankaras. You can find the Digambar Jain temple, the Simandhar Swami Mandir, Swadhyay Mandir, Samavasaran mandir, Mahavir Kund Digambar temple and the Panchmeru Nandishwara temple. The Digambar Jain temple is one of the major tourist attractions here that devotees love to visit and explore.
3. Palitana Temples
A big cluster of Jain temples, located on Shatrunjaya Hill in Palitana, comprises nine clusters on the hill with a main shrine and a few smaller ones with intricate carvings, ceilings, pathways and a magnificent architecture. The construction of the temples dates back to the 11th century and it is considered to be one of the holy places as it was visited by 23 tirthankaras.
Location: Shatrunjaya hill, Palitana, Bhavnagar, Gujarat
4. Shantinath Jain Temple
Comprising two storeys and five domes, this temple is an architectural marvel that reflects so much beauty and exudes charm in its every nook and cranny. The arched gates and carved pillars make for breathtaking views that showcase an exemplary work of the artisans.
5. Mahudi Jain Temple
This temple is one of the prime tourist attractions in Gujarat where devotees visit to worship the idol of Lord Mahavira. It also houses an idol of Lord Padmaprabh inside the temple. Pilgrims can also indulge in Veg food after seeking blessing and worshipping their deities.
With that we have to come to the end of our list of temples in Gujarat. Each temple has its own distinctive architecture that makes it unique and worth it to plan a trip to Gujarat. Seek blessings and enjoy your time holidaying in the state of Gujarat with your loved ones!
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