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Nearly 84 cms high, white-colored idol of Bhagawan Chanda Parshvanath
without a hood and in the Padmasana posture.
Tirth: It is on the palace road in the
Historicity: The name of
Udaypur reminds us of brave adventures of the heroic Rana Pratap. This
city of Udaypur was settled by Rana Udaysinh and it is surrounded by
natural hills on all sides. This city has a population of more than three
lakhs of people and there are among them more than 50 thousand Jains. This
chief city of Mevad is an important tirth of Jains. Many ancient temples
in this city are delightful. On this pinnacled temple of Bhagawan Chanda
Parshvanath, there is an inscription, of the year 1325 of the Vikram era.
This ancient temple was renovated by Rugnathsinh in the year 1982 of the
Vikram era. Glazed tiles on the walls and the painting of clay on the
ceiling are attractive. This idol of Parshvanath in Udaypur is also called
the Udiyakar Parshvanath.
There are as many as forty other temples.
of art and Sculpture:
Udaypur has witnessed many glorious historical events. Many buildings,
forts and palaces are present there. The idol without a hood shines with
many colors and arousesauspicious feelings in the hearts of the
Bus service and private vehicles are available. It is a chief city of
Rajasthan for pilgrims and tourists. boarding and lodging provisions are
there. There are also an ayambilshala and an upashraya.
Trust: Shri Chanda Parshvanath Jain
Derasar, Outside Thatera Street, Palace Road, Udaypur - 464770, State :