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Nearly 120 cms high, white-colored idol of Bhagawan Jivit Mahavir Swami in
the Padmasana posture (old Mulnayak).
It is in the center of the Nana village.
Historicity: It is said that
this tirth belongs to the times of Mahavir Swami. The inscriptions in the
temple reveal that this was a prosperous city for centuries. The idol of
the life time of Bhagawan Mahavir Swami was perhaps changed. An
inscription of the year 1505 of the Vikram era is carved on it. This idol
is very much awe-inspiring. This is the place of origin of the Nayak
gachchha. The origin can be traced back to a period prior to the twelfth
century. This tirth belongs to the Bamanvada group of five tirths.
There is no other temple.
of art and Sculpture:
The artistry of Godís idol is very attractive. The idol is very
cheerful. It is also very attractive. The artistic arch around the idol is
sighty. The stone painting of the ancient Nandishvardvip with the
inscription of the year 1274 of the Vikram era, is very artistic.
This tirth is at a distance of 2 kilometers from the nearest railway
station and at a distance of 25 kilometers from Bamanvada. Bus service and
private vehicles are available. There are provisions for boarding and
Trust: Shri Vardhaman Anandji Jain
Pedhi, Nana - 306504, Dist - Pali, State - Rajasthan, India.
Jivit Mahavir Swami