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Shri Ratnapuri Tirth

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Mulnayak: Black - colored wooden sandals of Bhagawan Dharmanath Four pairs of Wooden sandal’s in a round marble disk. (A Svetambar temple)

Nearly 90 cms. high, white - colored idol of Bhagawan Dharmanath in Padmasana posture (A Digambar temple)

Tirth: It is in the Rohani Village.

Historicity: The history of this ancient tirth belongs to the times of Bhagawan Dharmanth. This is the Holy Land of the four Kalyanakas of Bhagawan namely, chayavan, birth, diksa and attainment of Omniscience. The Rohani village of today was once a large city named Ratanpur. Since this was a land of Kalyanakas, many ancient temples were no doubt here and in course of time, the tirth witnessed many rising and falls. This tirth is mentioned in the ‘Vividh Tirthkalpa’ written in the 14th century. people of this place know Bhagawan by the name, Dharmaraj, Worshippers faithfully come to the temple to fulfil their wishes.

Other Temples: Besides this, there are many Svetambar temples and two Digambar temples.

Works of art and Sculpture: Every atom and molecule of this Holy Land of Kalyanakas, is pious. Since this temple was renovated many times, specimens of distinct ancient art are not found here now.

Guidelines: The nearest railway station of Sohaval is at distance of two kilometers and Ayodhya is at a distance of 24 kilometers. Bus service and private vehicles are available. For Svetambars and Digambars, there are good Boarding and lodging provisions.
Trust: Shri Jain Svetambar Ratnapuri Tirth Pedhi, Gam : Rohani, Dist : Faizabad, State Uttar Pradesh, India.

Bhagawan Dharmanath


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