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Works of art and Sculpture |
Mulnayak: Nearly 68 cms. high, white - colored idol of
Bhagawan Jiravala Parshvanath in the Padmasana posture.
is in the center of the village of Tera
Historicity: Since this temple belongs to the group of the five
temples of Abdasa, it has a special significance. It is believed that the idol of this
temple was formally installed by King Samprati. This temple was rebuilt in the year 1915
of the Vikram era and in the year 2027, its last renovation was accomplished under the
auspices of Acharya Gunasagarsurishvarji. The workmanship of the nine peaks in this sacred
place, is very famous. In the chief temple, there are six small temples. In the temple,
there are wall - paintings of sacred places.
Other Temples: In front of the temple, there is an ancient glass temple of Bhagawan
Shamaliyaji Parshvanath. The idol is very splendid.
Works of art and Sculpture: The craftsmanship and sculpture of the nine peaks
of the temple are excellent. The outside scence of the temple is romantic. The wall -
pictures in the library are worth seeing.
Guidelines: The nearest railway station of Bhuj as at a
distance 84 Kilometers. Buses and taxies are available vehicles. Nalia, the neighboring
sacred place is at a distance of 13 kilometers. There are facilities for lodging and
Trust: Shri Jirawala Parshvanath Jain Derasar Trust, Tera
: 370 660 Taluka : Abdasa. Dist : Kutch, Gujarat State, India
Bhagawan Jiravala Parshvanath