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Shri Vadali Tirth

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Mulnayak | Tirth | Historicity | Other Temples | Works of art and Sculpture | Guidelines | Trust | Photo Gallery

Mulnayak: 90 Cms. High, black - colored idol of Bhagawan Amizara Parshvanath in the Padmasana posture.

Tirth: It is in the center of the Vadali village.

Historicity: It seems that the ancient name of this place was Valapalli. This temple of Bhagawan Parshvanath is supposed to belong to a period prior to the twelfth century. It is believed that once upon a time abundant nectar was oozing out of this idol. That is why the devotees began to call the idol Amizara Parshvanath. This idol is very miraculous. On an idol of the Nanasheha village in Marwas, there is a mention of the Vatapalligachchha. At many places, the Acharya of Vatapalligachchha performed works religious significance. They are worth recording in history.

Other Temples: At present, there is also a splendid temple of Bhagawan Shantinath. There are 52 idols in it. There is also a temple of Bhagawan Adinath. It is believed that both these temples, belong to a period prior to the twelfth century.

Works of art and Sculpture: In all these temples, the idols are wonderful symbols of serene and beautiful.

Guidelines: The nearest railway station of Vadali is at a distance of one Kilometer. This sacred place is on the Ahmedbad - Khedbrahama road at a distance of 14 Kilometers from the temple of Idar and 44 Kilometers from the chief city of Himatnagar. Bus services and taxi services are available at all these places. There are also dharmashalas and bhojansalas.

Trust: The Vadali Jain Sventamber Murtipajak Sangha, Vadali : 383235 Dist : Sabarkantha, Gujarat State, India

Shri Shantinath Bhagwan & Shri Amizara Bhagwan


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