the meeting point of Ravi and Satluj rivers, out skirts
of Kangda village, on a hill.
it is there from the times
of Bhagwan Neminath. It is said that during Mahabharta,
king Susharmchandra invaded Virat Nagar from the side
of King Duryodhan. After being defeated in the battle
he came here and established a town bearing his own name.
He made a Jain temple and placed an idol of Adinath Bhagwan.
Tirth is here from the times of Bhagwan Neminath and
during his time King Susharmchandra made it. At that
time and times later many Jain communities visited this
place. But after that it remained invisible (hidden)
for some time. From the pages of 'Vigyapti Triveni',
getting hints of this Tirth and getting knowledge from
Acharya Shri Vijayvallabhsurishwar ji, Muni shri Jinvijayi
ji founded this Tirth again and it was opened for the
visitors and devotees in 1947. Every year near the festival
of Holi, there is a big fair at this place and people
from far away places come to take part. These days the
care of this Tirth is taken by people of Hoshiarpur.
it is just 1.5 kms from
Kangda station. From there bus can take you to the foots
of the hill and then there is 6 minutes of walking distance
to the fort. This place is approx. 102 kms from hoshiarpur.
And Bus and taxi services are available.