Hastinapur Jambudweep Mandir

Posted: 05.12.2011
Updated on: 10.09.2012


Digamber Jain Jambudweep Mandir at Hastinapur, Jambu Dweep


Digamber Jain Jambu Dweep Mandir

is a model of the Jain cosmos. The marvellous Jain sculpture showing the structure of Jain Geography has been designed here under the guidance of Supreme Jain Sadhvi Param Pujya 105 Ganini Pramukh Aryika Shiromani Shri Gyanmati Mataji. The campus has various Jain Mandir which includes Jambudweep, Lotus Temple, Teen Murti Mandir, Dhyan Kendra.

  • Digamber Jain Bada Mandir:

    Acharya of Kharatara Gaccha Shri Jinchandra Suri ji has described four stoops (pillars) at the time of his visit in VS 1627. Muni Shri Soubhagya Vijay ji has visited this place in the VS 18th century and described about three stoops. The Shwetambar temple is renovated recently and the re-establishment (pratishtha) took place on Margshirsh Shukla 10 of VS 2021. Re-establishment of Digambar Jain temple took place in VS 1863.

    Most of the temples in the area are designed according to ancient Vedic texts known as the Sthapatya-Shastra, it features a blend of architectural styles from across India. Within the monument, under the central dome, there is an image of Bhagwan. Other temples are constructed from Rajasthani pink sandstone and white marble with the precious work from gold and glass. For the people who come to perform puja here, there are facilities to bathe and get ready. There are excellent lodging faciliy for the pilgrims. Pure vegetarian food is also available for Jain pilgrims. In its huge premise there are lots of other places like Jal-Mandir, Jain library, Gurukul, Vradhashram, Acharya Vidynand Museum, Kailash Parvat, and 4 Nishiyaji also comes under the aegis of Bada Mandir Committee.

  • Jambu Dweep Mandir:

It is about 24 meter tall structure amidst the group of temples.

  • Lotus Temple:

It is a small temple in the courtyard of Jambudweep. It is a House of Worship, popularly known as the Lotus Temple, is a Jain House of Worship and also a prominent attraction in Hastinapur. It was completed in 1989.

  • Kailash Parvat:

Its main building at the centre of the complex is a 131 ft (40 m)-high monument. There are 3 stages and 72 temples in this structue, 24 in each stage, representing the Tirthankaras of past, present, and future. Its height and location on the banks of the ravine of the once flowing Ganges River makes its presence felt from afar, and has ornamental detail spreading over the minutely carved ceilings, doorways, pillars, and panels. Many other new temples in its premises are still under construction.

  • Ashtapad Temple:

https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8058/8176532497_cc3ac0b718_n.jpgIt is the tallest (151 ft (46 m)) brick structure in district Meerut. Maha pratishtha (re-establishment) took place on 2 December 2009 under nishra of Gachhadipati Acharya Nityanand Surishwerji. It has stone carvings and marble cutting on the topmost temple.

  • Nishiaji:

These are the Ashrams where footprints of Jain Tirthankaras are inscribed on marbel stones.


KarmYogi Br. Ravindra Kumar Jain
Digamber Jain Trilok Sansthan
Jambudweep, Hastinapur
Distt: Meerut, Uttar Pradesh
250404, India



Hastinapur Digamber Jain Jambudweep Mandir



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