Jain Temple Nashik History

Jain Temple also is known as Sri Dharmachakra Prabhav Teerth. One of the beautiful Jain Temple situated near Nashik. The Jain temple was established under the divine inspiration of Acharya Sri Jag Vallabh Surishwaraji Maharaj Saheb.

Jain Temple Architecture:

This is completely new and contemporary outlook architecture, unlike the other Jain Temples.  This is a 3-storey building, built using pink sand stones and marbles.

A statue of Shri Mantradhiraj Parshwanath Bhagwan is the main idol in the temple. The temple consists of a Pravachan Hall on the ground floor where meditations and homily take place. Choumukhji on the first floor and Ashtapadji on the 3rd floor. The temple also consists idols of Jain saints and most important among them is the idol of 24th Jain Tirthankar, which is made of Panchdhatu and weighs about 12 tons. The temple is the replica of Sri Shatrunjay Tirth and Sri Sametshikaji Tirth.

Jain Temple Timings:

                5:00 AM – 6:00 PM.

Time To Be Spent:

                1-2 Hours.

Jain Temple Address:

Mumbai – Nashik Expressway, Vilholi, Maharashtra 422010.

How to Reach Jain Temple Nashik:

                Nashik Bus Stand to Temple – 4 KM.

                Nashik Railway Station to Temple – 11 KM.

                Nashik AirPort to Temple – 25 KM.