Published: 31.01.2012
Updated: 17.12.2012

Mahudi, Gujarat, India

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is a small village near Kalol, 78 km from Ahmedabad, famous for Jinalaya of Shri Ghantakarna Mahavir.

In ancient times, this place was known as Madhupuri. The idols and artistic remains found from the hollow of the earth show that this place is nearly 2000 years old. The inscription in the Brahmi script also show its antiquity.

The ancient and beautiful Mulnayak Bhagawana Padmaprabhu, was formally reinstalled by 'Yognishta Acharyadev Shrimad Buddhisagarsurisvarji' in the newly built temple in the 1974 of the Vikram era. This temple with a passage for going round it is different.

Shri Ghantakarna Mahavir idol was installed in the temple by the 'Acharya Bhagwant Shrimad Buddhisagar Suriswarji Maharaj Saheb' in the 1974 of the Vikram era. The idol of Shri Ghantakarna Mahvir is very miraculous. Thousands of pilgrims with faith and devotion, come here to fulfill their desires. Every year, on the fourteenth day of the dark half of the month of Aso, the ceremony of charitable offering is celebrated in the Jain way in the temple of Shri Ghantakarna Mahavir. The annual function is also celebrated.


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