Posted: 14.10.2015
 
Hanumantal Bada Jain Mandir, Bara Mandir lakeside gateway Adinath Kalchuri period Vedi with Kalchuri period images Sacred Texts library Kshetrapal Padmavati Shree Digamber Parshavnath Bada Jain Mandir Hanumantal
Posted: 29.11.2012
 
Presented in this video are the rock-cut Jain temples in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh state of India. It include giant rock-cut sculptures of the Tirthankaras.
Posted: 14.07.2012
 
Rock Sculptures at Gwalior Fort, Madhya Pradesh.
Posted: 13.07.2012
 
Sarafa Bazar Shvetambara Jain Temple at Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh.
Posted: 12.07.2012
 
Image of Shri Parshwanath Bhagwan in Jaiswal Jain Temple at Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh.
Posted: 28.06.2012
 
Bhojpur Jain Mandir, located 28 km southeast of Bhopal. Among the three images hosted in this temple there is an idol of Mahavira, which is 20 ft high; the two other images depict Parshvanatha. This shikhara temple probably belongs to the same preriod as the Bhojeshwar temple situated nearby.
Posted: 21.06.2012
 
Monumental image of Shri Adinath Bhagavan at Bawangaja Shri Digamber Jain Siddha Kshetra Chulgiri, situated near Barwani, Madhya Pradesh.
Posted: 20.05.2012
 
Parshvanatha Temple at Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh. The temple contains an inscription of 954 AD of builder Pahil, mentioning donation of gardens and requesting future generations to safeguard the temple. Most perfect magical yantra (a square where all lines verticle, horizontal and cross add to 34) known as Choutisha Yantra in Parshvanatha Temple at Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh.
Posted: 16.05.2012
 
Jain Temples at Sonagiri, Madhya Pradesh. Jain Temples at Sonagiri, Madhya Pradesh. Jain Temples at Sonagiri, Madhya Pradesh.
Posted: 15.05.2012
 
Khurai Digamber Jain Lal Mandir of Shri Parshwanath Brahmacharya Ashram Jain Gurukul Trust, Khurai, Madhya Pradesh. This temple was established on Akshay Tritya Veer Nirvan Samvat 2470 (1944 AD). The red temple was built after demolishing of the old temple. In the year 2002, on February 16th, Lord Parshavanatha’s idol was erected. The temple is known for its unique architecture. It is surrounded by green...
Posted: 27.03.2012
 
Shri Parswanath, Makshi, located near Ujjain and Dewas, Madhya Pradesh.
Posted: 29.02.2012
 
Kundalgiri Jain Temples at Kundalpur, near Damoh, Madhya Pradesh. Temples near Vardhamansagar lake Temple below hill Samvasarana Temple Glass mural with a traditional representation of Kundalpur in Jain Temple Katni Shapur mural with Bade Baba Image
Posted: 14.10.2011
By Prof. Dr. Klaus Bruhn
Jain Temple and Rock Sculptures of Gwalior Fort The treeless Fort-rock of Gwalior rises abruptly from the plain on all sides. It can boast of a number of exquisite Jaina sculptures. Some are rock-cut and facing narrow ledges in the vertical walls of the solid rock. Others are free standing (not rock-cut) and have survived on the plateau; they are now mostly kept in the newly built Archaeological Museum. Our...
Posted: 30.09.2011
 
Temples of Badoh Pathari Introduction Badoh and Pathari are twin villages, separated by a pond. This separation is no more distinctly visible in current time, due to expansions, however both villages are different entity in the government records. Badoh-Pathari held much importance in medieval period, as deduced from the monuments found in the villages and in near vicinity. As per locals, it was called Batnagar...
Posted: 10.06.2011
 
Jain Temples at Khajuraho During the Chandella rule many towns in Bundelkhand, including Khajuraho, were home of large and flourishing Jain communities. At Khajuraho the Jains apparently lived on the east side of the town. A number of Jain temples from that period have survived in this part of Khajuraho in various states of preservation. The name Khajuraho, ancient "Kharjuravāhaka", is derived from the...
Posted: 22.04.2011
 
Jain Temples at Muktagiri "The origin of Muktagiri as a centre of pilgrimage goes back to a memorable occurrence in which the leading part is played by a saintly monk. This is something characteristic of many places featured in this book and confirms the traditional conviction held by Jainas that their saints of old lived up to the code of conduct laid down by Mahavira. Being pioneers in the true meaning of the...
Posted: 01.04.2011
 
Jain Temples at Sonagiri Sonagiri (or Sonagir), meaning "the golden peak", is located in Datia district of Madhya Pradesh and is famous for its Jain temples; the site is known as a holy place for the Digambar sect of the Jains. According to the local legends it is believed that King Nanganag Kumar had attained salvation at this place and got liberated from the cycles of death and; as legend has it that he was...
Posted: 18.03.2011
 
Shri Digamber Jain Siddha Kshetra Kundalgiri The article was published in 1948 in The Jaina Gazette (Vol. XLV, Number 9, September 1948, p. 94), so the depiction of the condition of the site and the temple buildings reflects the situation in the years after the Indian independence. In contrast, the added photos show the situation of the site today, after great efforts of restoration. Sri Kundalpurji (or...

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