History about the temple
Alagramam Jain temple was implicit in the seventeenth century. The Temple is in the middle spot of Alagramam Village. The Temple was constructed bit by bit in the middle of the seventeenth eighteenth century. Prior to building the sanctuary in Alagramam Village individuals who were living in Alagramam used to go to Keezh Idayalam Jain Temple or Avani Avittam to wear Poonal. After certain years, Alagramam Jain individuals chose to fabricate a sanctuary in Alagramam Village. Upon the arrival of Avani Avittam they took a little Lord Parshwanath symbol from Keezh Idayalam Temple to Alagramam and assembled a little temple on the event of Avani Avittam to wear a poonal. After certain days the temple development work began. The temple was constructed bit by bit. The main Tirthankarar Adinath is the moolavar of this temple. A different temple is worked for Sri Dharma Devi Amman and for Sri Bramha Devar. A different panduga Silai Mandapam is built.
About the temple
Alagramam Ancient Digambar Jain Temple is situated in Alagramam Village, Tindivanam, Villupuram, and Tamil Nadu. The first Thirtankara of Jainism 1008 Shri Adinath Bhagwan is the Moolavar. In This Jain Temple from 1894 An Annual Brahmotsavam has been Conducted Every Year for Past 123 Years.
Festivals celebrated in the temple
The Annual Mahotsavam has been directed for as far back as 123 years from 1894 to 2008 Sri Parshwanath Bhagwan. Morning and evenings Mahotsavam is directed for 10 days. Consistently on the hour of Aastniyam Period. The 10t-day yearly Brahmotsavam will be beginning from Sapthami Thiti and finishing off with Pirathamai Thiti. That has been carefully followed for many years.
Alagramam, , Alagramam, Tamil Nadu, India
Alagramam is a Village Villupuram District, located 29km from Viluppuram.
Road: Local transport is available from Tindivanam.
Railway: Tindivanam Railway Station
Airport: Chennai Airport
Morning: 05:00am - 09:00pm
Contact No.: 9566276704