An important event in Jainism, Mahavir Jayanti celebrates the birth of Mahavir, the last Tirthankara or religious leader, who revitalized the order of Jain. It is celebrated with great zeal by devotees both at the house and in temples, with (Abhishek) ceremonial baths, prayers, meditations, and offerings. There are several Jain temples in India; here is the list of the top two famous temples in India.
The superbly carved Dilwara Temples are considered to have been made around the 12th century. They have complex and outstanding carvings in marble that are still flawlessly preserved. Situated in the Aravalli Ranges in Rajasthan, the five temples were constructed in the honor of different Tirthankara, and which include pictures of Jain saints, wonderfully detailed pillars, and even an entry with 360 miniature icons of Jain Tirthankaras. The complex of the temple is known as one of the attractive Jain temples across the world.
It is counted in the list of the World Heritage Site has achieved importance for its challenging statues that beautify several of its temples; it also has various Jain temples that were made over a thousand years ago. The Jain temples are situated in the eastern section of the town and are a wonderful example of medieval Indian structural design. However, Khajuraho is known as a small town, it has several special temple sites to see and all are properly preserved. Therefore, it is worthwhile taking some days to make exploration properly. It is known as a renowned Jain Pilgrimage.