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Shri Vijaymangalam Tirth

Mulnayak | Tirth | Historicity | Other Temples | Works of art and Sculpture | Guidelines | Trust | Photo Gallery

Mulnayak: Nearly 30 cms high, black-colored idol of Bhagawan Chandraprabh in the semi-Padmasana posture.
It is near the Vijaymangalam village.
This tirth was chief in the sixth century. It can, therefore, be called an ancient tirth. In ancient times, this was the capital of Kongunadu. King Konguvelire of this place built this temple. Even today, it reminds one of his loves for religion. The people of this place call this temple the Amneshavar temple.

Other Temples: At present, there are no other temples.
Works of art and Sculpture:
The building style of this ancient temple is very beautiful. The highest peak of this temple reminds one of its glorious stories. The temple has pillars. The panchakalyanaka festivals of Bhagawan and the idols of the twenty-four Tirthankaras are marked in the ceiling. The artistic and ancient idols of Bhagawan Adishvar and of Ambikadevi are especially delightful.

Guidelines: The nearest railway station of Vijaymangalam is nearly 5 kilometers away and the chief city of Irod is at a distance of 20 kilometers. Bus service and private vehicles are available. Boarding and lodging provisions are there.
Trust: Shri Chandraprabh Bhagawan Jain Mandir, Vijaymangalam, Dist - Irod, State - Tamilnadu, India.

Bhagawan Parshvanath


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