Jain Temple

History about the temple

This temple was worked by individuals from the 42 Jain families brought from the Kutch region of Gujarat. They were brought to Alleppey over 100 years prior during the rule of Dewan Raja Kesavadas for the mechanical improvement of the municipality of Alleppey. There are two holy places, one more than 100 years of age and the more up to date one was fabricated almost 22 years ago. The temple has a significant job in the financial culture of Alleppey. A trust chosen from the 24 Jain families that presently live in Alleppey takes care of the authoritative issues of the temple. There are just 14 Jain families as of now living in Alleppey and it is this temple that goes about as their local area's profound focus, intently noticing and following Jain ceremonies, custom and the road usually known as Gujarati Street.

About the temple

This temple was built in Alleppey, Kerala.  The temple was built by white marbles and Rajasthan stones.  It gieves the attraction to the temple. It was on 21 February 1994 that the temple was reestablished to the style that it matches today. One can notice the sculptures of four "Tirthankaras" in the temple and it has been organized to give the most extreme view to the aficionados who come to revere at the sanctuary. The sculpture of the twelfth Tirthankara Vasupujya Swami is put at the middle and the sculptures of the fifteenth Tirthankara Swami Dharmanatha and the eleventh Tirthankara Swami Shreyansnath have been put at the privilege and left sides of the sculpture of Tirthankara Vasupujya Swami. At the highest level of the sanctuary, the sculpture of the 23rd Thirthankara Parshvanatha Swami can be seen also.

Festivals celebrated in the temple

The celebration of their temple is designated "Parva paryushan" and the equivalent is led once consistently. The celebration goes on for eight days and it is normally celebrated in the long stretch of August–September.

Nearby places to visit

1. Kuttanad Backwaters

Main Attraction: the experience of floating in a backwaters in a houseboat.

Location: Kuttanad Taluk, Aluppuzha District, Kerala – 688504

Timings: 10.45AM – 9.15PM

Entry fees: 10 to 15 rupees charges

2. Krishnapuram place

Location: kayamkula, oachira road, krishnapuram, kerala – 690533

Timings: 9AM – 1PM and 2PM - 4.30PM

Entry fees: Rs.5 children and 10 for adults.


Gujarathi Street, Sea View ward, Alappuzha, Alappuzha, Kerala, India

Pincode: 688001


Alappuzha (or Alleppey) is a city on the Laccadive Sea in Kerala. It's best known for houseboat cruises along the Kerala backwaters. Alappuzha Beach is the site of the 19th-century Alappuzha Lighthouse.

Road: It is well connected with roads.

Railway: Alappuzha Railway Station

Airport: Cochin International Airport (80km)


Morning: 05:00am - 09:00pm

Contact No.: 0477-2242731


Dharamshala: NO

Bhojanalay: NO