Housing an array of Swetambara and Digambara temples, the Girnar Hill
is said to have been regarded as a holy Jain site from 250 BC. Neminatha Temple
Set up on the hill's 3300th step, there are over 860 Jain and Hindu temples at this location. Referred to as Mount Neminath by Jain followers, the Neminath temple here is indeed the most prominent and the largest shrine here.
Dedicated to the 22nd Tirthankara, Bhagavan Neminath, this temple is a memory of the day this Jain deity attained nirvana after giving up all worldly necessities. Adibadji Temple
Right behind the Neminath temple is a smaller Jain shrine called the Adabadji Adinatha Temple, devoted to the 1st Tirthankara, Adinatha. Panchmeru and Meraka-Vasahi Temples
Bang opposite to this temple is the five-spire holding Panchmeru Temple. A little to the west of the Panchmeru is another huge temple called the Meraka-Vasahi temple, also known as Merakavashi. This temple is as old as the 1400 AD.Other Temples
Some of the other significant temples here include the Sangram Soni, Mansingha Bhojraja, Samprati Raja, Kumarapala and Vastupala-Vihara temples. Holy sites dedicated to Bhagwan Rishabadev, Bhagwan Parshwanath and Malinath are other notable mentions as well.