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Shri Digambar Jain Parshwanath Atishay Kshetra, Bijoliya

Address Village Bijoliya, Bhilwara, Rajasthan - 311602
Nearby Main City Bhilwada 85KM, Kota 65KM, Bundi - 50KM
Phone Number(s) 01489 292101, 094686 53991, 94141 48290
Website http://www.facebook.com/bijoliyaparasnath
Type Atishay_Kshetra
No. Of temples 12
Mulnayak Idol Parshwanath
Built In 2750 years old, and 1169 A.D.
Exists Today?
Major Events Annual Gathering on Chaitra Sudi Chaturthi (Gyan Kalyanak of Parshwanath Bhagwaan.)
Temple Info This place has world biggest Stone Inscriptions providing proof of this place to be more than 2750 years old! Acccoring to the inscriptions, this is the place where Lord Parshwanth aatined Kevalgyan (divine Knowledge). Also the place where Kamath (Enemy of Lord Parshwanath) from 10 lifes did 'Upsarg' on Parshwanth. Surrounding the ancient temple, Teerthankar idols are installed in mini temples. Two great columns of Dignity (Manastambha), foot Images of 10 Ganadharas of Lord Parsvanath and 1000 others Bhagwans on a rock, unique in the world, two ancient Stupas with standing idols carved in all sides really agreeable, New magnificent Samavsharan Mandir, Chaubeesee Mandir with 24 idols of Teerthankars in standing posture, Ganadhar Parameshthi Mandir are the other temples at the place. Atishay (Miracles): In 1169 a businessman from Ujjain City - Shri Lolark came here during his pilgrimage to see a dream in night. According to dream in the next morning he dug the place near a pond and thus a magnificent ancient idol of Lord Parsvanath appeared, this idol went missing and new Parshwanth Idol has been installed in the temple. In year 1858 British came here and saw the grand temple temple and vast petrographs, and they thought that there is a hidden treasure here. So they digged mines and installed explosives surrounding the petrographs. But before the explosives could burst, a dense flocks of honey bees attacked them and they had to run away. At the same time milk flooded out of mines. The temple is located 2 kms south-east of Bijoliya village. Google Map shows the exact location of the Temple.
Management Trust: Shri Digambar Jain Parshwanath Atishay Kshetra Committee, Bijoliya Shri Ghanshyam Luhadiya, Chitordgard (01472 240199) Shri Narendra Jain, Reporter, Bijholiya (094141 48290) Shri Lalchand Patawari, Bijholiya (01489 236634)
Locality: Govindpura  |   District: Bhilwara
State: Rajasthan  |   Country: India
Easiest Way From Kota to Bijholiya - 65KM. From Bhilwada via Maandalgard- 85KM' from Udaipur to Bijoliya via Chittorgarh 210 KM, from Jaipur to Bijoliya via Bundi 265 KM.
By Train Uparmaal Station - 12KM. Kota Junction 65 KM
By Bus Bijoliya
By Air Udaipur, Jaipur
Tyagi Nivas
Total Capacity 1000
Info\Details Attached Rooms - 26, Normal Rooms - 20, Halls - 08. Tyagi Nivas with a capacity of 50+ Munis
Jain Bhojanalaya
First Aid\Medical Yes, Available.
Fuel Yes, Available
ATM/Banks Yes, Available
Other Facilities Yes, Available
Created By subodh
Created On 2/13/2011 1:25:06 AM
Last Updated By subodh
Last Updated On 2/13/2011 1:25:06 AM
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