Adisvaraswamy Jain Temple

History about the temple

The temple has sanctum sanctorum, Rajagopura, ardha mandapa, front mandapa and maha mandapa. Before the mandapa flag post is found. Temple capacities are held in front of the mandapa. On one or the other side of the front mandapa, watchman gods are found on one or the other side. In the four mainstays of maha mandapa. Tirthankara models are found. The vimana has two levels. The hallowed place of maha sastha is found in the temple. This temple is supposed to be of 600 years of age and the front mandapa, Jinavani altar, Sasana deva sanctum are of 300 years of age. This is the solitary temple in Tamil Nadu having a different place of worship for Jinavani, with the constructions of temple, for example, sanctum sanctorum, ardha mandapa, front mandapa and Prakaram. Kunthunatha design is found here. There are temples for Brahmadeva, Jwalamalini, Dharmadevi, Padmavati and Navagraha. There is a puja mandapam with 16 columns. The temple likewise has a nandavana and temple tank.

About the temple

Adisvaraswamy Jain Temple is a Jain temple devoted to the god Jain, situated in Thanjavur in Thanjavur District, Tamil Nadu, India.  The managing divinity is referred to as Adisvaraswamy and as Adhinathar.   He is otherwise called Rishabhanatha, the First Tirthankara.

Festival of the temple

The temple celebrates Mahavir Jayanti

Nearby places to visit

  1. Brahadeeshwara temple

  2. Ganaikonda Cholapuram

  3. Shiva Ganga Garden

  4. Vijayanagara fort


Thanjavur, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, India

Pincode: 613008


Thanjavur, formerly Tanjore, is a city and is an important center of South Indian religion, art, and architecture. Most of the Great Living Chola Temples, which are UNESCO World Heritage Monuments, are located in and around Thanjavur. The foremost among t

Railway: Thanjavur Railway Station

Airport: Chennai Airport


Morning: 06:00am - 07:00pm


Dharamshala: NO

Bhojanalay: NO