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Nearly 153 cms
high black-colored idol of Bhagawan Parshvanath in the half-Padmasana
it is on a hill of the village Masrul near Nasik.
Seven Balbhadramunis and many other Munis attained salvation here. One of
them was Muni Gajsukumar. That is the reason why this place is called
Gajpantha. According to jain scriptures this is a very ancient tirth. In
the ninth century of the Vikram era, Chamraj Odiyar, the king of the
Mysore state renovated this tirth. Therefore, it is also called Chamarleni.
At present, there are no other temples.
of art and Sculpture:
This temple on the hill. near the Nana village in the forest, presents a
very beautiful scene. The idol installed in the temple is serene, peaceful
The nearest railway station of Nasik Road is at a distance of nearly 20
kilometers. The foot of this tirth is at a distance of 7 kilometers from
the foot of the hill. The road ascending the hill is one or one and a half
miles long. There are steps for climbing. Bus service and private vehicles
go to the fort of the hill. Boarding and lodging provisions are there at the
foot of the hill.
Shri Digambar Jain Gajpantha Tirth Kshetra,Gam : Masrul, Dist : Nasik,
State - Maharashtra, India.
Shri Parshvanath Bhagwan