Located in Ranakpur, Adinath Jain Temple is one of the largest Jain temples of India located, near Udaipur, Rajasthan. It was constructed in the 15th century; it is also one of the most stunning Jain temples. The most noteworthy perspective of the temple is the amazing shadow play and light on about 1,500 pillars. The pillar’s beauty is that each pillar is special from the other design. With the shift of the sun during the day, the pillars of the color change from pale blue to gold.
Shri Shatrunjay Tirth is situated in Palitana, around 280 kms from Ahmedabad in Gujarat. The pilgrimage or Jain tirth is called the eternal tirth. It has an about 216 centimeters high, white-colored, and vibrantly shining idol of Bhagwan Adishwar with a peaceful and serene face and is in the Padmasana. To date, it has been renovated about 16 times. As it is located at Shatrunjaya Hill, a devotee needs to climb to reach the temple. Therefore, it needs lots of energy and strength in the body to reach the destination.
Here, you cannot allow carrying anything to food or something else. The drop should start before sunset. On the hill, more hundreds of temples were constructed in the 11th century. It should have taken some endeavor by the non-violent Jain community to carry out the mammoth job of clearing the hill’s crest and fortifying the temples for a long time. Jain temples in Jamnagar are situated in the Gujarat state. The temple of Vardhaman Shah's, Sheth's Temple, Raisi Shah's Temple, and Vasupujya Swami's Temple are the most renowned Jain temples in Jamnagar.