Shree Vahi Parshwanath Shwetamber - 108 Parshwanath Jain Tirth
Vahi temple was built by King Samprati and is more than 1,100 years old. Pratimaji of Shree vahi parshwanth is distinct, ancient and very impressive. The tails of the two tigers who are below the the idol of Bhagwan Parshvanath, come from behind the idol to the top of hood over the head of the idol which is very amazing. This is the speciality of this idol which is not seen in any other Pratimaji. The idol is sculpted beautifully and it is extra ordinary. Three phases of a human life are seen on the face of the divine idol daily. In the morning the idol of God looks like that of a child. At noon, it looks like that of a youth. In the evening, it looks like that of an old man. Many ancient stories of this fascinating tirth prove its antiquity.
In this beautiful temple, there is a cellar which is closed at present. Since this tirth is in Vahinagar, the idol is called Vahi Parshvanath. This temple was renovated without disturbing the Mulnayak Bhagwan. In V.S.2019, two idols which were removed from their original place, were installed again by the revered hands of Upadhyay Shri Dharmasagarji Maharaj.. A fair is held here every year on the 10th day of the dark half of the month of Paush.
Big Pond where lotus is bloomed throughout the year. Peacock dances on the top of jinalay and in the surrounding of temple.
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Shree Vahi Parshwanath Shwetamber Tirth Pedhi
Po: Vahi Parshwanth : 458664
Taluka : Mandargadh Dist : Mandausar
Pipaliya Mandi Madhya Pradesh India
Phone: 0724 -241430 Mobile : 08989701930
Manager : Sri Prabhulalji Chajjed : 09406640103 / 07697150050
Latitude - 24.1724768
Longitude - 74.9935581
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Vahi Tirth is located 15 km from mandusar and on khandava- Ajmer Railwaay line - Pipaliya Station. Distance from Pipaliya station is 5 KM.
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