Balsana Jain Tirth

Published: 01.07.2012
Updated: 25.11.2014
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Shree Vimalnath Bhagwan Tirth, Balsana

Shree Vimalnath Bhagwan Tirth, Balsana

Pratima (Idol) of Shree Vimalnath Bhagwan was found by a farmer while ploughing his field. This 77 inches pratima was kept in the farmers house at village Balsana, in Dhule District of Maharashtra. Param Pujya Acharya Shrimad Vijay Vidyanand Surishwarji, who was then a Muni and was in the vicinity of Dhule heard about this. He went to Balsana and visited the farmer. Param Pujya Shree convinced the farmer to hand over the Pratima to Jains, so that proper care and puja according to Jain Rituals could be performed. The farmer agreed.

Param Pujya Shree Vidyanandji Maharaj Saheb then called a meeting of many Jain Sanghs. After careful deliberations and upon suggestions of all Jain Sanghs present, he decided and declared that Shree Shitalnath Bhagwan Sanstha, Dhule will own, build and manage temple of Shree Vimalnath Bhagwan, at Balsana.

Till date this temple is owned, built, developed, managed and governed by Dhule Sangh.

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  1. Acharya
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  4. Maharashtra
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  7. Puja
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