| Tirth | Historicity
| Other Temples | Works
of art and Sculpture | Guidelines
| Trust | Photo
Nearly 105 cms. high black-colored idol of Bhagawan Chintamani Parshvanath
in the Padmansana posture.
It is in the Jain temple street in the Unhel village.
This tirth belongs to a period earlier that the tenth century. There are
some ruins of the Gupta age. They prove the antiquity of this place. The
ancient name of this village was Toran. It seems that it was changed into
the modern name during the Muslim rule. This tirth was also renovated many
times. The last renovation was accomplished by Shri Unhel sanga in the
year 1700 of the Vikram era. On certain nights, muscial sounds of songs
are heard at night. It seems as if small lamps are waved before the idol
by way of worship. Sometimes nectar flows out of Godís eyes. By
pilgrimaging this miraculous tirth of by worshipping this idol, the
devotees fulfil theri wishes. History says that many miracles have hppened
There are no other temples here.
Works of art and Sculpture:
The idol of God is extraordinary and fascinating. On both the sides, the
idols of Indra with a snakeís hood are beautfiul and they are not found
elsewhere. Since the tirth is ancient, it is worth seeing. Bhagawan
Chintamani Parshvanath fulfils the wishes of the devotees.
nearest railway station is at a distance of 10 kilometers and Ujjain is at
a distance of 40 kilometers from this temple. Bus service and private
vehicles are available. Boarding and lodging provisions are there.
Parshvanath Jain Swetambar Murtipujak Sangha Pedhi, Unhel - 456221. Dist -
Ujjain, State : Madhya Pradesh, India.