Shree Nageshwar Parshwanath Shwetamber Jain Tirth
Shree Nageshwar Parshwanth Jain temple is situated on the border of border of Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan State. The ancient name of Shree Nageshwar Parshwanth Jain tirth is Virampur.This ancient temple was cnstructed around 1200–1300 years ago. The temple was renovated in 1207(V.S. 1264) by Jain Acharya Shri Abhay Devsuri. The temple belongs to Shwetamber sect. of Jainism. This Dehrasar is made by white marble and is considered very miraculous.
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Shree Nageshwar parshwanath tirth's Mulnayak Great, Adbhut, Manohar and pleasing pratima (idol) description in short:
Green Coloured ( As per the colour of Lord Parshwanath
Standing Kausagg posture
Dimention of pratimaji different parts
Body part width (inch) Altitude/length Inch
Padmasan Dharmachakra 8 Altitude 15
Foot 8 Length 15
Knee to Foot Length 35
Waist to Knee Length 41
Vakshsthal 38 Length 15
Diffrence Between to Arms Length 43
Arms 8 Length 25
Hand 6 Length 35
Throat to nabhi Length 35
Face 27 Length 30
Bhamandal 36 Length 32
Fana above Face 52 Length 19
Diffrence between Sikha and fana Length 6
There is Seven Fana chatra on head of Lord Nageshwar Parshwanath. Total height is of 14 Foot including Chatro of fana. Without fana Body height is of 13.5 Foot means Nine Hath which is actual height of Shree Parshwanath Bhagwan.
- It is made of Granite Sandstone
- On left and Right side of Mulnayak Shree Nageshwar Parshwanath Bhagwan Foor and half Foot Lenghths Shree Shantinath Bhagwan and Shree Mahavir Swamy Bhagwans White marbles idols are there in Kausagg posture.
- In the idol itself kandoro and bhamandal is there at appropriate place.
- On bhamandal super artistic dhari is their.
- In the wall behind the fana there is hollow place where a snake is living for years sometimes it appears in white or brown color.
- Near the legs of idol on the both side there is standing pratima of 37 inch chamardhari deveta.
- Idol is so polished that it gives reflection of divas.
- Shree Nageshwar Parshwanath Bhagwans Face appears as Blossomed Lotus.
- People think that idol is not made of stone but emerald.
- Eyes of Lord Shree Nageshwar Parshwanath appears as wherever devotee is standing all feels that lord is blessing them.
- Their No comparable idol of 23rd Tirthankar Shree Parshwanath Bhagwan
The life size statue of esteemed Lord Shree Parshwanath, the 23rd tirthankar of the Jain religion has been installed here. To prove its ancientness a few of the facts are as under:
In the olden times the statues made out of precious and semi-precious stones were mostly preferred than the ordinary stone statues, according to the sayings this statue was also made of Markat Mani.
The original life size statue (measuring nine hands length) of the same color, shape, pleasant facial expressions and action oriented pose, can be crafted only by some one who had personally seen the Lord.
In spite of dreadful and torrential rain Dharnendra Dev continued Lord's devotional bhakti for almost three days, in it's memory the Lord's statue was crafted. The example of which has been described in Shree Parshwanath Charitra, Parshwanath Panch-Kalyanak Pujan and various other treatise related to Jain Religion.
After Diksha the roaming area to the Lord remained in and around the surroundings of Varanasi. Related to the same are Ahichhatra tirths where perhaps Meghamali continued it's upasarga towards the Lord and Dharnendra Dev Crafted Lord's Statue. After a long time the same was brought perhaps by the angels at it's present site of Unhel.
In the second century old jain Stupas situated around the stony Hillocks near Mathura's stone inscription there are represences about some eleven Hundred years old jain building's and statues, wherein there are deiscriptions of statues installed by angels and among them there is also a represence of a life size statue made of Market Mani. Perhaps this statue of Lord Shree Nageshwar Parshwanath may be the same one.
There is a reference in the old treaties about creations of statues of the great saint by persons during their life time and hence this may not be improbable or surprising.
The sacred special light marks on pedestal of the statue also proves this and the experts of statues have also endorsed there facts.
Considering the above points and the history of Shree Nageshwar tirth, without any hesitation this can be inferred very well that this statue is 3000 years old and that there cannot be two opinions about it.
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Shri Jain Shwetamber Nageshwar Parshwanath Tirth Pedhi
P. o. Unhel, St. Chaumahala, Western Railway,
District Jhalawad, Rajasthan - 326515
Tel: +91-07410-240712 / 240747 Fax: 240716
Nageshwar Tirth Pedhi Cell No.: +91-9784816711 / +91-9649116711
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Contact Person: Shri Deepchand Jain (Secretary)
Contacts at Mumbai
Shri Navinbhai D. Mehta (President)
D. Navinchandra & Co.
212 - 14, Prasad Chambers, Opera House, Mumbai - 400004
Shri Dharamchand Jain (Joint Secretary)
Arihant Cloth Stores
Nageshwar Road, Alote, Dist. Ratlam,
Mob: 09425491062 / 08349626990
273 / B, 1st Floor, Opposite Mumbadevi Temple,
Mumbai - 400052
Latitude - 23.8259258
Longitude - 75.59340539999994
From Mumbai to Baroda to Ratlam to Nagda to Alot to Unhel, Nageshwar.
The Tirth place is 10 kilometers away from Vikramgarh-Alot station on Delhi-Mumbai rail route. It is 14 kilometers from Chaumahala station, 60 kilometers from Nagda and 100 kilometers from Ratlam. Almost all the express trains coming from Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Jaipur, Goa, Durg, Madras and Kolkata halts at these stations. For reaching to the tirth place one can reach to Vikramgarh-Alot station by local passenger train, on getting pre-intimation the tirth pedhi can arrange for conveyance at these stations
For reaching to the tirth place the nearest airport is Indore (Madhya Pradesh) from where the place is approximately 200kms away and the road route is duly tar-concreted. From this airport plane service is available to almost all parts of the country
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