Devanahalli 108 parsvanatha jain temple :
God and Godess :
- Bhagwan Parashwanath
- Lord Hanuman
- 52 Janalaya Mandir
Devanahalli Shri 108 Bhagwan Parsvanath jain Temple,
Binnamangala Village , Devanahalli Taluk,
Bangalore Rural district – 562110,
6:00am – 8:00pm
Temple History :
Bhagwan Sri Parsvanath Jain Temple is located at Devanahalli, Bengaluru in Karnataka. This is the most peaceful temples where there is no crowd of devotees to rush. Bhagavan Parsvanatha Jain is the presiding deity of this temple. There are very less number of Jain temples in South India among them Bhagavan Parsvanath Jain Temple is also one temple. Jain temples are built with various architectural designs.Jain temples in North India are completely different from the Jain temples in South India, which in turn are quite different from Jain temples in West India. There is two type of Jain temples. They are Shikar-Bandhi Jain temple(one with the dome) and Ghar Jain temple (Jain house temple without the dome).
All shikar-Bandhi Jain temples have many marble pillars which are carved beautifully with Demi-god posture. There is always the main deity also known as Mulnayak in each derasar. The main part of Jain temple is called “Gambhara” (Garbha Graha) in which there is the stone carved God idol. One is not supposed to enter the Gambhara without taking a bath and without wearing puja (worship) clothes.A Jain temple which is 100 years old is called a Tirtha.The main deity of a Jain temple is known as a Mulanayak. A Manastambha (column of honor) is a pillar that is often constructed in front of Jain temples. It has four ‘Moortis’ i.e. stone figures of the main god of that temple. One facing each direction: North, East, South and West.
- Before entering the temple :
- one should bathe and wear freshly washed clothes or some special puja (worship) clothes – while wearing these one must neither have eaten anything nor visited the washroom. However, drinking of water is permitted.
- One should not take any footwear(including socks) inside the temple. Leather items like a belt, purse etc. are not allowed inside the temple premises.
- One should not be chewing any edibles (food, gum, mints, etc.), and no edibles should be stuck in the mouth.
- One should try to keep as silent as possible inside temple.
- Mobile phones should not be used in the temple. One should keep them switched off.
- Prevailing traditional customs should be followed regarding worshipping at the temple and touching an idol.
- They can vary depending on the region and the specific sect.
- Mahavir Jayanti
- Gyana Panchami
- Varshi Tapa or Akshay Tritiya Tapa
- Pausha Dashmi
- Roth Teej
- Shrut Panchami
- Akshaya Tritiya
Ticket price for rituals, darshanams & special sevas :
- Jal Pooja (water)
- Pushpa Pooja (flowers)
- Phal Pooja (fruit)
- Axat pooja (rice)
- Naivedya Pooja
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- SS Ghati Ghati Subramanya swamy temple – 33 km
- Kondra halli Dharmeswara swamy temple – 33 km
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- Devanahalli Fort Venugopala swamy temple – 35 km
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- Bengalore ISKCON temple – 37 km
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- Basavanagudi Nandi temple – 42 km
- Ulsoor Someswara swamy temple – 40 km
- Domlur Chokkanatha swamy temple – 43 km
- Murgesh Pallya Shiva Temple – 47 km
- Bangalore Ranganatha swamy temple – 39 km
- Bangalore Kote jalakanteswara swamy temple – 43 km
- Bangalore Nimishamba temple – 49 km
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- Goravanahalli Mahalakshmi temple – 69 km
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- Aralaguppe Kalleswara swamy temple – 137 km
- Siddara betta Siddheswara swamy temple – 104 km
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- Kaiwara Bheemalingeswara swamy temple – 39 km
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- Magadi Someswara swamy temple – 82 km
- SRS Betta Revana Siddeswara swamy temple – 109 km
- Doddamallur Navaneetha Krishna swamy temple – 109 km
- Tittamaranahalli Nadi narasimha swamy temple – 110 km
Nearest Bus Stations :
- Kempegowda Bus station, Bangalore – 37.8 km
- Devanahalli – 1.3 km
Nearest Railwaystations :
- Devanahalli – 2.1 km
- Yeshvanthpur – 37 km
- Bettahalasur – 19.6 km
Nearest Airports :
Kempegowda international Airport , Bangalore (Devanahalli) – 14.2 km
Photos of the temple :