| Tirth | Historicity
| Other Temples | Works of art and Sculpture | Guidelines | Trust |
Mulnayak: Nearly 58 cms. high, black-colored idol of Bhagawan
Vahi Parshvanath in the Padmansana posture.
is in the Vahi village.
Historicity: This seems to be a very prosperous city of the ancient times. This temple
was built by King Samprati. This idol is distinct, ancient and very impressive. In this
beautiful temple, there is a cellar, too. Since this tirth is in Vahinagar, the idol is
called Vahi Parshvanath. This land is sanctified by foot-steps of many Rev sadhus. Once a
pilgrim sees this idol, an earnest spiritual desire to see it again rises in his heart.
Other Temples: There are no other temples here.
Works of art and Sculpture: The idol looks beautiful with seven hoods in this
splendid pinnacled temple. The strange figure of tiger under the idol in a cross-legged
posture is astonishing. In the morning the idol of God looks like that of a child. At
noon, it looks like that of a youth. In the evening, it looks like that of an old man.
Many ancient stories of this fascinating tirth prove its antiquity.
Guidelines: This tirth is at a distance of 5 kilometers from the
Pipaliya Mandi station and 16 kilometers from Mandasor. Bus service and private vehicles
are available. In the village there are two dharmashalas, a bhojanshala and an upashraya.
Trust: Shri Vahi Parshvanath Svetamber Jain Tirth, Vahi,
Dist - Mandasor, State : Madhya Pradesh, India.
Bhagawan Vahi Parshvanath