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Shri Nitoda Tirth

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Mulnayak: White-colored Bhagawan Chintamani Parshvanath in the Padmasana posture.

Tirth: It is in the center of the Nitoda village.

Historicity: This tirth is believed to belong to a period earlier than the twelfth century. On the seat of the parikar of Godís idol, there is an inscription of Bhagawan Neminath. At some time, for some reason, the idol of Bhagawan Neminath was perhaps removed and the idol of Bhagawan Chintamani Parshvanath was installed there. There is an idol of Yaksha called babeshvarji. On it, there is an inscription of the year 1491 of the Vikram era. This tirth belongs to the Nani Marwad group of five tirths.

Other Temples: There is no other temple.

Works of art and Sculpture: This temple of fifty three idols is very majestic and the idol of God is especially artistic. The idol of Babeshvarji Yaksha is very miraculous, delightful and impressive. The idol holds in hands a trident, a water-pot a Yakshasutra and a noose like the coil of a serpent. On the feet, there are shoes of sandal. On the head, there is an idol of Tirthankara Bhagawan. Devoted pilgrims come to worship the miraculous idol to have their wishes fulfilled.

Guidelines: Sarupaganj, the nearest railway station is at a distance of 5 kilometers and the Diyanatirth is at a distance of 8 kilometers. Bus service and private vehicles are available. boarding and lodging provisions are available.

Trust: Shri Chintamani Parshvanath Bhagawan Karkhara, Nitoda, Dist - Shirohi, State - Rajasthan, India.


Bhagawan Chintamani Parshvanath
   

  


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