Time Required : 1-2 hrs
Entry Fee : No entry fee
Timings : 6:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Jain Temples in Girnar is a group of temples dedicated to the two major branches of Jainism - Digambara and Svetambara. The temple complex exists amidst the Girnar Mountains located in the district of Junagadh in the Indian state of Gujarat. It takes climbing about 10,000 steps to reach the top of the temple complex. Tourists from all over the world frequently visit the magnificent temple complex to seek spiritual refuge and to experience peace from within. As one explores the complex, they are bound to know how rich and wholesome this form of faith is. Some idols are as old as 84,000 years and very well maintained by and for the followers who visit the temple with a wish to attain Moksha.
The temple complex is dedicated to Jainism which is one of the oldest forms of religions existing in the world. Followers consider the Jain Temples of Girnar highly sacred mainly due to its ability to universalise the religion through laws that bind all living beings by excluding national or ethnic scope. The grand temple complex houses several shrines of Jain Tirthankaras with spacious passages, porches and halls atop the Mount Girnar.
Devotees who cannot climb up the hills can opt for a palkhi (palanquin) which is readily available from the base of the mountain. The atmosphere inside the temple complex is exceptionally soothing and peaceful. Meditating in tranquillity is highly recommended. You are bound to walk in with a chaotic mind, but when you leave, you will have gained immense clarity on life and your existence. A visit to the Jain Temples of Girnar is a must for everyone.
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