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Nearly 150 cms.
high, golden - colored idol of Bhagawan Mahavir Swami in the semi
It is in the Tirupantikundram village near in the Kanchipuram city.
There is a mention that around the seventh century A.D. during the rule of
Pallav kings, many Jains lived here and, therefore, there were many
temples and the city was prosperous and looked beautiful. The kings of
those days gave great contributions towards building temples. There is a
mention that 600 years ago; a great pavilion with six hundred pillars was
made here. Near this temple, there is an ancient temple of Bhagawan
Chandraprabh. Since this idol is broken, Jinapuja is not done here. This
tirth is under management of the archaeological department. There are foot
- prints of Acharya Vaman and his disciple Puspasen under the tree where
the Acharya practiced penance. This temple is also called the temple of
There is also an ancient temple of Bhagawan Chandraprabh.
of art and Sculpture:
For its artistic beauty, this temple is famous all over the world. On the
ceiling of the pavilion, there are colorful ancient paintings of the five
Kalyankas of Bhagawan Adishvar, the construction of the samavasarana, life
events of Mahavir Swami, births (bhavas) of Bhagawan Neminath events in
the lives of Tirthankars, etc. The paintings are fascinating and
beautiful. Their mere sight fills the heart with joy. One becomes lost in
The nearest railway station of Kanchipuram is at a distance of 5
kilometers. The chief city of Madras is at a distance of 70 Kilometers.
Bus services and private vehicles are available. Boarding and lodging
provisions are there.
Shri Trailokayanath Swami Jain Mandir, Tiruppatikundram, Dist. :
Kauchipuram, State : Tamilnadu, India.
Shri Mahavir Bhagwan