| Tirth | Historicity
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of art and Sculpture | Guidelines
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Nearly 121 cms. high, black-colored idol of Bhagawan Mahavir Swami in the
It is on a small hill on the bank of the river Narmda near the village
This tirth is believed to be very ancient. There is an inscription of the
year 11 of the Vikram era. There are also inscriptions on the idols of
other temples. The last renovation of this temple of accomplished in the
year 1951 of the Vikram era. Here two Chakravartis, Santkumar and Madva
and ten Kamdevs together with many sadhus attained the final liberation.
This is mentioned in the Nirvan Kand and Jain scriptures. A fair is held
here from the thirteenth day to the fifteenth day of the bright half of
the month of Fagan.
Besides this, there are ten temples.
of art and Sculpture:
Since this tirth is near the meeting-place of the rivers Narmada and
Kaveri and among the hills, the scene is beautiful beyond description. Its
antiquity strikes one on seeing the idol. The sculpture and artistry of
those days are matchless.
tirth on the Khandva - Indore railway line, the nearest railway station of
Badvaha is at a distance of 19 kilometers and Omkareshvar road is at a
distance of 11 kilometers. Bus service and private vehicles are available.
On the river bank there are boats to ferry one to the other bank. There is
a dharmashala here. In Omkareshvar too, there are Boarding and lodging
Jain Siddhakshetra Siddhavarkut, Mandhata-Omkareshwar, Dist, East Nimad,
State : Madhya Pradesh, India..