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Nearly 100 cms high, white-colored idol of Bhagawan Jagvallabh Parshvanath
in the Pdmasana posture.
It is on a hill in the forest near the Hathkalangad railway station.
It is difficult to get a historical record of this tirth. But it is an
ancient tirth. The Svetambaras of Maharashtra regard it is an ancient
tirth. They regard it as the Setrunjaya of South Maharashtra. This temple
was renovated many times. Its last renovation was accomplished on the
seventh day of the bright half of the month of Magh in the year 1926 of
the Vikram era. A fair is held here on the 15th day of the bright half of
the month of Kartak, on the 15th day of the bright half of the month
Chaitra and on the 10th of day the dark half of the month of Magasar.
Engrossed in devotion to God, the worshippers propitiate God in the fair.
At present, there is a Digambar temple besides this.
of art and Sculpture:
This temple on a hill in the forest, looks very beautiful and splendid.
The idol is very serene and beautiful. The scene of the forest and the
village farms looks full of delight and beauty.
The nearest railway station is Hathkalangad on Kolhapur - Miraj railway
line. It is at a distance of 8 kilometers from the temple. This temple is
at a distance of 31 kilometers from Kolhapur. There are steps for climbing
the hill. Bus service and private vehicles are available. They go to the
foot of the hill. Boarding and lodging provisions are there at the foot of
Jagvallabh Parshvanath Jain Svetambar Mandir Trust, Kumbhojgiri Tirth -
416110, Dist - Kolhapur, State : Maharashtra, India.