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JAINISM
A Religion Of Non-Violence : "Ahimsa Parmo Dharam"
West Bengal

Shri Calcutta Tirth (Shri Badridas Temple)

Mul Nayak

Shri Sheetalnath Bhagwan and Parshwnath tample

Place

in the metropolis city Calcutta (Kolkata)

Importance

This temple is a great example of splendid architectural work and design. Its beauty is indescribable. It is also known as Beauty of Bengal.

Travel

it is just 5 kms from Hawrah station in Calcutta. And Taxi, bus, etc. all are easily available.

Time Period

as old as 300 years. In fact it is evident from the written literature found that in making this place a boon for business and a big business house Jains have a big hand. This temple was started by Lala Bnadrinath ji. While searching for a idol to be placed in this temple he got a hint of a place from where he can find one by a great saint, who told him that he would find a idol in Agra in Roshan Mohalla, and saint got invisible. The idol was found from the same place and placed in the temple in 1867

Shri Mahimapur Tirth

Mul Nayak

Shri Mahimapur Tirth

Place in Mahimapur village

Route

Closest railway station is Jiyaganjis just 4 km, from here bus and taxi services are available

Shri Kathgola Tirth

Mul Nayak

Shri Adishwar Bhagwan

Place Nasipur Village; temple in spread in about 30 acres of area

Route

Closest Railway station is Jiyaganj which is about 3 kms, from where you can easily avail taxi or bus services

Shri Ajeemganj Tirth

Mul Nayak

Shri Chintamani Parshwnath Bhagwan
Place Ajeemganj Village

Route

Closest railway station, Ajeemganj city from here there is no bus and taxi services available, one has to reach the temple by boat. But the facilities are good. 

Shri Jeeyaganj Tirth

Mul Nayak

Shri Sambhavnath Bhagwan

Place

Jeeyaganj Village (also known as Baluchar)

Route

Closest railway station, Jeeyaganj is 2 km from the temple and from here bus and taxi services are available. Car and bus can go straight to the temple

 

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