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Shri Kampilaji Tirth

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Mulnayak: Nearly 45 cms. high, white - colored Parikaryukta idol of Bhagawan Vimalnath in the Padmasana posture. (A Svetambar temple)

Nearly 60 cms. high black - colored idol of Bhagawan Vimlanath in the Padmasana Posture (a Digambar temple)
Tirth: It is in the Kampilpur Village.
Historicity: This is a Holy Land of the four Kalyanakas - chayavan, birth, diksa and omniscience - of Bhagawan Vimalnath, the thirteenth Tirthnakara. This is the birth - place of Harisen, the brave and religious king of the Iskshvaka dynasty. This was the capital of King Draped of the times of Bhagawan Neminath, the twenty - second Tirthankara. It is mentioned that the old names f the city were Kampilya, Makandi etc. some time in the past, this was a large and prosperous city of the Panchal region. The ancient remains found from the hollow of the ground here reveal that there were many temples here. But today it is changed into a small village. This is also the birthplace of Sati Draupadi among the 16 sati every atom and particle of this of this Holy Land deserved to the esteemed and worshipped because this is a highly blessed land.

Other Temples: There are no other temples.

Works of art and Sculpture: The idols of this place belong to the Gupta Age. Since the idols are ancient, they are very beautiful, expressive and sighty.
Guidelines: The nearest railway station of Kayamganj is at a distance of 10 kilometers. Bus service and private vehicles are available. There are Boarding and lodging provisions for Svetambar and Digambars.
Trust: Shri Vimalnath Swami Jain Svetambar, Jinalaya Tirth, and Kampil. Dist : Farukhabad, State: Uttar Pradesh, India.

Shree Vimalnath Bhagwan


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