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Works of art and Sculpture |
Mulnayak: 43 cms. high with the hood, white-colored idol of
Bhagawan Ashapuran Parshvanath in the Padmasana posture.
is in the Nun village.
Historicity: This is one of the ancient tirths of the forgotten
past of splendid temples in many desolate villages of Rajasthan. This was a prosperous
city. It is believed that this temple was built about the year 1100 of the Vikra era. It
was renovated many times during the period of prosperity of this city. The other villages
around are now deserted. There is no population of Jains. Bhagawan fulfills all wishes of
pilgrims. The idol in the Nun temple is called Asapuran Parshvanath.
Other Temples: There is no other temple.
Works of art and Sculpture: This temple is very ancient. It is the only momento
of the forgotten past. If arrangements are made for pilgrimages to these unknown and
impressive tirths and if fairs are held there, they can be brought to light and made
Guidelines: The nearest railway station of Shirohi Road is at a
distance of 56 kilometers. Bus services and private vehicles are available. There are no
boarding and lodging provisions. Since there is no population of Jains, Shri Kalindra Jain
Sangha manages this tirth.
Trust: Ashapuran Parshvanath Svetambar Jain Tirth,
Nun, Via - Kalindri, Dist : Shirohi, State : Rajasthan, India.
Bhagawan Ashapuran Parshvanath