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Nearly 50 cms high, black-coloured idol of Bhagawan Manovanchhit
Parshvanath in the Padmasana posture.
It is in the Ner village.
History says that the idol of Manovanchhit Parshvanath of the city of Ner
was brought here from Burhanpur. Even without a coating, this delicate and
well-shaped idol which is more than 500 years old, lloks very new and
inspires love. This idol of Manovanchhit Parshvanath destroys unfulfilled
desires, discontentedness and gfhittonous tendency of people and justifies
its name. It is an ornament of the city of Ner. When the original temple
became old, it was reinstalled by the sangha under the auspices of His
Holiness Panyasapravar Surendravijayji on the tenth day of the bright half
of the month of Vaishakh in the year 1988 of the vikram era. This ancient
tirth is also mentioned in the 908 Parshvanath Chhand’. This tirth is a
gateway to Maharashtra and thereafter it is sanctified by mahy great-Sadhus.
A fair of non-jains is held on the eleventh day of the bright half of the
month of Fagan.
There is no other temple.
of art and Sculpture:
The gateway of Maharastra on the way from Gujarat to Maharashtra, this
tirth is a beautiful resort for Sadhus. This idol looks beautiful with the
hood and fulfilled the wishes of people. Full of peace and beauty, it is
an ornament of the city of Ner.
The nearest railway station of Dhulia is at a distance of 27 kilometers
from here and it is at a distance of 27 kilometers from here and it is at
a distance of 200 kilometers from Surat. Bus service and private vehicles
are available. A dharmashala, a bhojanshala and an upashraya are there.
Manovanchhit Parshvanath Jain Tirth Pedhi, Ner - 424303, Dist - Dhulia,
State - Maharashtra, India.