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colored idol of Bhagawan Parshvnath in the Padmasana posture.
It is near the Ramnagar Village.
The ancient history of this city belongs to the times of Bhagawan Adinath.
The names of this ancient place were ‘Shankhavati’, Chhatravati’,
Ahikshetra’ etc. In the past, this was a grand and rich city with a
circumference of 18 miles. It looked beautiful with many temples, large
buildings, and bazaars. it was the capital of Guru Dronacharya in the
times of the Mahabharata. In the state of Meditation, Bhagawan Parshvanath
suffered here the haressment of Kamath. This tirth mentioned in scriptures
written by many Acharyas and various Tirthakalpas. The remains found from
the hollow of the ground prove the antiquity of this place. At present,
there are many ruins and remains spread over miles and miles. If digging
is done, it is possible to find many ancient things. A Fair is held every
year from the eighth to the thirteenth day of the dark half of the moth of
At present, there are no other temples.
of art and Sculpture:
The green - colored ancient idol of Tikhal Baba here is very spectacular.
It fulfils the desires of the worshippers and is wonderful. Found from the
hollow of the ground, the remains of the Gupta Age and artistic idols are
preserved in the Govt. museum. They are really worth seeing. The remains
in this ancient large city attract archaeologists and pilgrims.
The nearest railway station of Ovla of the Bareily district is a distance
of 13 kilometers from the temple. Bus service and Privet Vehicles are
available. Boarding and lodging provisions are there.
Shri Ahichchhatra Parshvanath Atishay Tirthkshetra, Digambar Jain Mandir,
Rampur Killo, Dist.: Barely, State : Uttar Pradesh, India.
Shri Parshvanath Bhagwan