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Nearly 76 cms.
high, black-colored idol of Bhagawan Adishvar in the Padmansana posture.
It is at a disntance five kilometers from Tikamgadh and on the Tikamgadh -
This tirth can be known as a city of temples. Very many idols in the
temples of this place bear inscriptions of the twelfth century, carved on
them. The ancient name of this place was Pampapur. This temple was
renovated in the year 1718 of the Vikram era. The thick forest spread all
around this place, is called Ramanta (Ramaranya). Many miracles happen
here. e.g. Vessels come out of the stepped well,. and water suddenly comes
out from a dry well. Many faithful devotess come here to be cured of fever
and many other diseases by the water of this well. This well is known as
‘Patarakhan’. A fair is held here every year from the thirteenth to
the fifteenth day of the bright half of the month of Kartak.
In this fort there are 108 temples with large pinnacles and of various
of art and Sculpture:
The group of large temples at the same place, looks like a divine city. In
the sanctuaries of some of the temples, there are very fascinating,
delightful and beautiful idols.
The nearest station of Lalitpur is at a distance of 58 kilometers and
Zansi is at a distance of 96 kilometers. The nearest town of Tikamgadh is
at a distance of 5 kilometers. Bus service and private vehicles are
available. There are good Boarding and lodging provisions.
Shri Digambar Jain Atishay Kshetra, Paporaji, Tikamgadh - 473001. State :
Madhya Pradesh, India.
Shri Aadishvarji Bhagwan