Posted: 22.04.2013
 
The JCA NY Temple Complex is a 16,625 square feet facility , with four stories and a cellar. The total height of the temple is 66’ 5” with the Kalash, the Shikhar at the height of the building is 24’ 1” and the Kalash is 2’ 9”. The temple can accommodate over 500 people at one time. It has two separate stairways and one elevator for easy access to all the floors of the temple. There is a 4,000...
Posted: 15.08.2012
 
Jain Center of Northern California at Milpitas The Jain Center of Northern California (JCNC) is a unique membership-run, non profit organization incorporating the innovative and progressive life styles Jain families in the Silicon Valley and San Francisco Bay Area while sustaining the religion with its roots back to 900 B.C. The JCNC was founded in 1973 with a membership of 20 families. Today, the membership...
Posted: 13.08.2012
 
The Jain Center of Northern California (JCNC) is a unique membership-run, non profit organization incorporating the innovative and progressive life styles Jain families in the Silicon Valley and San Francisco Bay Area while sustaining the religion with its roots back to 900 B.C. The JCNC was founded in 1973 with a membership of 20 families. Today, the membership count has grown to 1025 in the San Francisco Bay...
Posted: 01.07.2011
 
Siddhachalam Jain Tirth 1. The Jain Tirth Siddhachalam is the first Jain tirth outside of India. This 108 acre premises is located near the Pocono Mountain range in New Jersey. The huge temple of Siddhachalam is a wonderful combination of tradition, followed by different Jain sects such as Digambar, Shwetambar, Sthanakwasi, Terapanthi etc. Main temple building Siddhachalam was a small but significant part of...
Posted: 11.03.2011
 
Jain Temple of Greater Detroit (Jain Society of Greater Detroit) The Jain Society of Greater Detroit, Inc. was founded in 1975 as a religious organization to provide a forum for Jains to observe and perform various activities related to Jainism, to preserve Jain culture for future generations, and to promote fellowship among all Jains. Starting with 50 families in 1975, the total membership in 2008 had reached...

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