| Tirth | Historicity
| Other Temples | Works
of art and Sculpture | Guidelines
| Trust | Photo Gallery
White - colored idol of
Bhagawan Chintamani Parashvnath in the Padamasana Posture.
Tirth: - It is in the Agra city,
which is on the bank of Yamuna river.
Historicity: This city
has an ancient history. There is a mention that it was in the domain of
Emperor Ashok from the year 206 to 166 before the Vikram era. It is
mentioned in many tirthamalas that in the times of Emperor Akbar, Acharya
Vijayhirsurishvarji got many temples installed. This extraordinary idol of
Bhagawan Chaintamaeni Parshvanath was made of Precious stone named yasav.
It was installed here with a great celebration in the year 1639 of the
Vikram era. Many honorable rich merchants of the court of Akbar built here
Jina temples and did many religious activities. Emperor Akbar honored
Hirvijaysuri with the designation - ‘Jagatguru’ and gave him the gift
of an invaluable library. Even today, it is there in the upashraya. This
Acharya did many religious activities, which will be remembered for
Besides this, there are twelve Svetambar temples and some Digambar temples
in the city of Agra. Outside the city, there is a large Dadwadi of Acharya
of art and Sculpture:
This historical city on the bank of the river yamuna is a center of
attraction to travelers. The idol of Bhagawan Chinatamani Parashvanath in
this temple, made from special kind of stone, is very beautiful,
impressive, and spectacular. In the assembly hall in the chawk nearly,
there is a miraculous black idol of Bhagawan Shitalanath. The idol found
from a mosque here is also extraordinary and miraculous.
The nearest railway station of Agra Fort is at a distance of one
kilometer. Bus service and private vehicles are available. There are good
Boarding and lodging provisions.
Trust:Shri Chintamani Parshvanath
Bhagawan, Svetambar Jain Mandir Pedhi, Roshan Mahollo, Agra, Dist: Uttar
Shri Chintamani Bhagwan