Parshwanath Temple

This is a old stone structure and is in the form of a typical ancient temple with the Navaranga, Sukanasi and Garbagriha. In the navaranga are placed the peetha/seat and the paduka of the Bhattaraka, and an ancient idol of Goddess Ambika. On the right side of Navaranga are found two black coloured stone idols of Lord Parshwanath, one of these idols is in Kayotsarga and is very ancient and the other is a new idol in padmasana. To the left of the Navaranga is found an ancient black coloured idol of Lord Parshwanath in Kayotsarga. This idol called as Upasarga Parshwanath and is considered as the only one of its kind in the world as it has the figures of two humans troubling Lord Parshwnanath while in penance and the same humans have bowed down to Lord Parshwanath on either sides of the feet.

Main Deity – Lord Parshwanath is the main deity of the temple. It is a 4 feet high idol in Padmasana mounted on a pedestal (Peetha). This idol is flanked by Chamaradharis on either side, Dharanendra Yaksha on its right & Goddess Padmavati on its left.

First Floor – This has the idols of Lord Mahavir and other Tirthankaras.

Second Floor – This has the marble idol of Lord Parshwanath in Padmasana.