Jainism Pilgrimage
 
Mahaveer Temple

This is the temple which was constructed in 1582 and is devoted to Lord Mahaveer, the 24th Tirthankara of the Jains. The temple here is relatively small and the temple's upper walls have pictures of the porch painted by craftsmen of Sirohi in year 1764.

Shri Adinath Temple or Vimal Vasahi Temple

This particular temple was built by Vimal Shah, the Minister of Solanika ruler of Gujarat in 1031 A.D. This temple is the oldest of all and dedicated to Shri Adinath Ji - The first Jain Trithankar. The temple has an open courtyard surrounded by corridors, all beautifully decorated with marble carved stones. Cells inside this temple contain tiny images of Jain saints artistically carved on marble stone minutely. The internal dome of the temple is aesthetically decorated with designs of flowers and petals, the huge hall of the temple pillars decorated with the carving work of female figures playing musical instruments. The temple also has the "Guda Mandapa" - a simple hall decorated with the images of Shri Adi Nath.

Shri Parshavnath Temple-Khartar Vasahi Temple

This temple was built by the Mandika clan between 1458-59 A.D. This temple has the tallest shrine along with four big Mandapas amongst all dilwara temples. The carving on the pillars of this temple is yet another example of these jain temples' architectural superiority.

Shri Rishabdaoji Temple or Peethalhar Temple

This particular temple is known as Pittalhari/Peethalhar temple because in this temple most of the statues are built using ‘Pittal’ (Brass Metal). This temple was built by Bhima Shah, a minister from Gujarat dynasty, like other temples of Dilwara this temple also has the Gudu Mandapa and Navchowki.

Shri NemiNathJi Temple or Luna Vasahi Temple

This temple was built in 1230 A.D. by two brothers known as Tejpal and Vastupal. They dedicated this temple to the 22nd saint of Jainism - Shri Nemi Nathji.

How to Reach

The closest airport is Udaipur about (185 km) from Mount Abu. There are several flights from Mumbai, Delhi, and all major cities to Mount Abu.
There are direct trains from Mt. Abu to Jodhpur, Agra and Ajmer. As the railhead lies between Ahmadabad and Delhi, there are regular facilities of trains. One can also get halt at Abu road that is 29 km away.
As Abu road is well connected with Jodhpur and Ahmedabad, one can easily travel via roads. From Ahmedabad to Palanpur it is 222 km, from Jodhpur 264 km through Sirhohi and Pali and hence these places are easily connected to Abu road.
 
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