History of the temple
The temple was completed in 10th century A.D. that is indicated in the inscriptions. The internal shrine is a stone temple with eight shikaras. The Sanghiji sanctuary is considered as an incredible specimen for Hindu and Jains. The large temple is utilizing marble and sandstone in the tenth century and more than modest holy place is rich with carvings of the temple with white marble is comparable with Dilwara temple in Mount Abu. Inner temple is an idol of parshwanatha. Around the deity there were carvings of lotuses, creepers and elephants pouring water from pitchers in their trunks. The main idol is Adinatha but he is behind this. Muni Sudhasagar visited the temple and brought 39 idols.
About the temple
Sanghji Jain temple is situated in Jaipur, Rajasthan. The main deity in the temple is Lord Rishabhanatha. The main tirthankar. This temple is protected by Yaksha. The temple has seven underground floors which are closed because the devotees will not be permitted to enter in it. It is a holy place for digambara. It is said that a digambara person entered it and started to draw idols of Tirthankara there.
Athishay Kshetra jain, Bus Stand, Sri Digamber Jain Mandir, Mandir Rd, Dada Gurudev Nagar, Sanganer, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
Road: Jaipur Junction 15km
Bus: Bus no. 201 at every 10 min interval from Ajmeri gate Jaipur. Jaipur Bus Stand 14km
Morning: 06:00am - 08:00pm