Rajasthan Jain Tirth Tour in India – 10 Famous Spots to Watch Out

Want to experience spirituality in the heart of Rajasthan? With a plethora of temples and sacred sites to visit, a Rajasthan Jain tirth tour by NFTT World will leave you entranced. Let’s dive into all that Rajasthan offers and the 10 famous spots to watch out for on your tirth tour.  

1. Dilwara Temples in Mount Abu

This lovely hill station in Rajasthan is home to the famous Dilwara Temples with their intricate carvings of marble and breathtaking architecture. The five temples of Dilwara date back to the 11th century with each temple serving as a dedication to a Jain Tirthankara. The craftsmanship of each of these temples is a testament to the devotion of the artisans, making the temples a must-visit on your Rajasthan Jain Tirth tour.

2. The Osian Temples in Jodhpur

The Osian Temples in the heart of the Thar desert date back to the early centuries, boasting a rich Jain heritage. The intricately carved and designed shrines stand out for their exquisite beauty and craftsmanship.

3. Ranakpur Jain Temple

The Ranakpur Jain Temple is yet another stop to explore on your Rajasthan Jain tirth tour. This is a temple carved out of marble, with a stunning 1444 pillars displaying unique designs.  Soak in the divine ambiance of the temple as you meditate on Lord Mahavira’s teachings.

4. The temples of Jaisalmer

A lovely gem in the golden city of Jaisalmer, the Jain temples out here are intricately carved and proudly display the heritage of Rajasthan in every pillar. With its serene ambiance and majestic architecture, this is one sight you can’t miss while on your Jain tour.

5. The Jain Temple in Balotra

Another temple that is a must-visit on your Rajasthan Jain tirth tour is the Shree Nakoda Parshwanath Jain Temple in Balotra. Dedicated to the 23rd Tirthankara, Lord Parshwanath, the temple lies ensconced in the Aravalli hills and offers tranquillity and peace to the pilgrims visiting.

6. Rishabhadeva Temple in Dhulev

Another stunning stop on your Jain tirth tour is the Rishabhadeva temple in the quiet village of Dhulev. With the beautiful Aravalli hills as a backdrop to the stunning architecture, this temple is dedicated to the first Tirthankara of Jainism, Lord Rishabhadev.

7. Soniji ki Nasiyan in Ajmer

The Ajmer Jain Temple, also called Soniji ki Nasiyan is a stunning architecture with wooden carvings plated gold. With its grandeur on display, the temple is a dedication to Lord Adinath, who was the first Tirthankara. You can take in the intricately designed frescoes and bask in the opulence and peace that the temple exudes.

8. Mahavir Swami Jain Temple in Sirohi

The Mahavir Swami Jain Temple in Sirohi, paying homage to Lord Mahavir Swami is nestled amidst lush greenery. The beauty of nature is a clear witness to the peaceful atmosphere at this spiritual retreat.

9. Shantinath Jain Temple in Kumbhalgarh

The breathtaking Shantinath Jain Temple is a dedication to the 16th Tirthankara of Jainism, Lord Shantinath. From the stunning pillars and sculptures to its unparalleled aura, pilgrims find much to look forward to on their Rajasthan Jain tirth tour.

10. Lodurva Jain Temple in Jaisalmer

Yet another temple in Jaisalmer, The Lodurva Jain Temple is ensconced amidst the Thar Desert and goes back to the 12th century. This sacred site boasts exquisite architecture and carvings apart from the serenity one undoubtedly feels during their visit.

Your Rajasthan Jain tirth tour can be a truly wondrous experience with NFTT World planning your itinerary and travel for you. From the majestic temples and their serene surroundings to the beauty of Rajasthan coming to life in every sculpture and carving, you will have much to explore as you embark on your Jain tirth yatra.

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