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Shree Pavapuri Tirth Jeev Maitridham Pavapuri History

Shree Pavapuri Tirth - Jeev Maitridham Pavapuri  History

K.P.. built Shree Pavapuri Jain Temple. It was the Sanghvi Trust completed the temple in 1998 and 2001. Shree Pavapuri Jain Temple is located within the Sirohi District in Rajasthan situated in the northwestern region of India. It is called Pavapuri Jain Tirtha (Temple Complex) as well as the Jeev Raksha Kendra (Animal Welfare Center).


Pavapuri Jain Temple

Rajasthan was a place of war as well as brave soldiers. However, things were transformed when Jain saints arrived in Rajasthan to preach peace and non-violence.

The principle of non-violence (ahimsa) is the primary principle that is the basis of morality as well as the philosophy of Jainism.

Shree Pavapuri Jain Temple gets their name from Pavada agriculture well. An amazing illustration in Jain temples as well as architecture, arts, and culture.


The complex is a magnet for tourists and is a testament to the pure values that have been handed down through its temples over the years to generations of people.


It is impossible to express the blissful and therapeutic state of mind and tranquility that is felt within Pavapuri in words since we only feel it within one's heart.

The tranquil, gorgeous large, beautiful and picturesque complex of Pavapuri was tucked away in the magnificent Aravalli mountain ranges, like an emerald shining brightly on the ocean floor.

Shree Paapuri Jain Tirtha

Shri Kumar Palbhai. KPK.P.o Shah founders SanK.P..P.i team, including the former Shri Hazarimal Ji Poonam Ji Shangvi, and Shri Babulal Ji Poonam Ji Shangvi (Bafna) to construct the Tirtha Dham.

They started constructing and developing the campus on the 30th of May 1998. (Jet Sukhla 15, 2054). V.V.S.

It was initially V.V.S.S.d to construct an altar and shelter for 100 cows. But, with the help of God, the area has grown to 238 acres of land and has provided shelter for not less than 7,500 cows.

The temple houses Jain Tirtha (temple complex) which covers 31.01 square feet. Ft space along with Jeev Raksha Kendra (Animal Care Center) encompasses 71,96,112 square. ft. Area.

It took 2 1/2 years to construct it. Shree Pavapuri Jain Temple It is home to around 400 artists employed each day. Pink stone was been used in the construction process that enhances the beauty of the temple.

On the 7th of February, 2001 (Magha Shukla 14,2057 V.V.S. the entranceV.S..S.eautiful temple 68 feet wide and 47 feet long was completed and opened for worship. A large number of devotees were thrilled and watched the prestigious ceremony (opening ceremonial) that was held at Tirtha Dham with great devotion.


Pavapuri Also called Pava or Papapuri was founded in the past as one of the Magadh regions.

It was also the capital of the city during the Ajatashatru period, which was about 2000 years ago. Magda Desh. At the time Lord Mahavira arrived on his own from Champapuri. He celebrated all of "Chaturmas" at the palace of the King Hospital.

Day of the 14th day of Krishna Krishna, Lord Mahavira's last sermon started with the participation of 9 kings from the Malla dynasty as well as nine kings from the Lichchavi family, and a large number of devotees.

In the 16 "Prahars" that explains how to read the "Uttaradhyayan Sutra" In the 16th "Prahar," the Lord eventually found his salvation through the Swati Nakshatra at the end seconds of the last "Prahar" during the night of the new moon. God accompanied by Indra honored this auspicious event by calling it "Nirvana Kalnayak".

According to Digambar Jain's tradition, Karthik Krishna attained the salvation of Sri Bhagavan during the final minutes of the last "prahar" on the fourteenth of January, therefore the 14th of July is celebrated in the form of Moksha Day and making offerings at the temple of Lake.

Swetambar fans celebrate the festival on the 15th day of the month and serve brownies during the final moments of the final "prahar" of the night.

Some interesting facts related to Pavapuri Jain Temple

  • It is dedicated to Mahavira which is considered to be a sacred spot for Jains.
  • It is possible to see migration-related birds and oranges on the lake from November until January, and it is stunning.
  • The attraction of this spot is that it has a lake made by a man-made company around the temple. It is constructed out of white marble. It is at its best at sunset.
  • Temples are the main attraction, although there are massive fish that swim in the lake. They devour the bait you purchase and give it to the fish.


Shree Pavapuri Jain Temple Complex

Shree Pavapuri Temple is vast and includes additional temples such as Veer Manibhadra, Sri Nakoda Bhairav, Sri Sashandevi, Sri Padmavati Devi, and Kuladevi Sri Sachiya (Ossia) Mataji.

The beautiful pink stone Pavapuri Jain Tirtha Temple is situated in a natural setting and is home to the Gaushala (Jeev Raksha Kendra - Animal Welfare Center), which offers shelter to 7500 cattle who are wandering around. Modern dining and hospice facilities are also available.

Book Room

You can book a room online at dharmshala in Pavapuri by visiting the official site that is run by Shree Pavapuri Tirth Jeev RAKSHA Kendra Maitri Dham.

Additional Temples in Pavapuri Jain Temple

Jal Mandir

This is an ancient temple dedicated to the 23rd Tirthankara Lord Mahavira. The temple's name is derived from the famous Jal Mandir at Pavapuri in Bihar where Mahavira was born. Nirvana's shrine to Mahavira.

Jal Mandir Jal Mandir houses four marble idols of Sri Mahaveer Swami Bhagwan Chaumukhi (four) The 24th Tirthankar.

The amazing temple was dedicated in the presence of Acharya Bhagwant Shrimad Vijayhemchandra Sureshwar Maharaj Saheb and Acharya Bhagwant Shri Gunaratnasuriswarji Maharaj Saheb 6 Acharya Bhagwant 50 Sadhus (Bhikkhus) and 150 Sadhvis (Monks) on 20.10.2019. The Water Temple, 24 under the Trees Every Tirthankara achieves enlightenment.

Sri Gautam Swamy Circle

Gautam Swamy Circle locates opposite the Jala Mandir. It was joined by the ten different Gandharas that were a part of Mahavir Swami Bhagavan.

In front of the circle, there is a memorial statue for the late Shri Hazarimalji Sanghviwho who was the founder of the KP Sanghvi group and Pavapuri.

He was the first Hindu Brahmin who had absorbed much about Indrabhuti and had accepted Jainism following the Lord and had cleared his doubts before he was able to inquire.

Following his initiation, Gautam Swami Mahaveer was ordained as one of the Swami Bhagavan. In his wake, ten other Brahmins got their doubts cleared they had, received initiation, and then became The 11 Gandharvas. They carried on the doctrines that were taught by Lord Mahavira.

Sachiya Mata Temple

Sachiya Mata can be described as the goddess of the family of the Oswals. In recognizing her virtues, His Her Majesty Sri Ratan Prabha Suriji, the King of Asia and Kshatriyas embraced Jainism as their religion. They stopped the practice of sacrificing animals for the sake of goddess Durga however they continued to worship the goddess who had changed her name to "Sachiya Mata".

Guru Mandir

The Guru Mandir is situated on the left-hand side of the Jala Mandir. It was been dedicated its sanctum sanctorum to Acharya Sri Kalapoornasuriji Maharaj Saheb who was the person who performed the dedication ceremony for the principal Temple in the name of Sri Sankeshwara parshavanath Bhagwan on the 7th of February, 2001.

He was among his most renowned Jain professors. In the past, he was a professor at the time of his death. In the Guru Mandir, his idol and his belongings like books, glasses, and books were displayed.


Outside the main temple of the Lord, Sri Shankeshhere is the Kalpavriksha as Kalpataru, Kalpadruma, and Kalpapadapa. It was been believed to be the god tree that fulfilled wishes in Jainism during the Yuglik period.

It is widely believed that the Kalpavriksham supplied the essentials of daily life, like clothing, jewelry, eateries, and houses. in the Yuglik time.

Other nearby famous places

  • Gaon Mandir is 0.3 km away
  • Nalanda University Ruins 10.9 km away
  • Vishwa Shanti Stupa is 13.6 km away
  • Hiuen Tsang Memorial Hall 8.7 km away
  • Griddhakuta Peak is 13.7 km away
  • Pandu Pokhar is 15 km away.
  • Ghora Katora Lake 8.7 km away
  • Xuanzang Memorial can be found 10.4 kilometers away
  • The Stupa at Sariputra 10.9 kilometers away
  • Ashoka Stupa Peak 13.6 km away
  • Maner Sharif is 12.3 km away.
  • Bimbisar Jail can be found 9.1 kilometers away.
  • Jarasandha ka Akhara 8.7 km away


Pavapuri Jain Temple Opens 24 hours.

How to Get

By Air

The closest airport is Patna which is located at 101 kilometers. Indian Airlines link Patna to Calcutta, Bombay, Delhi, Ranchi, and Lucknow.

In Train

While Rajgir has a railway station but the nearest railway station is Patna which is 90 km.

By Road

You can take the services of a bus or taxi you can hire a taxi or bus from Patna, Rajgir, Gaya, or any other cities in Bihar for a trip to Pavapuri.

Contact Details


Kishanganj, Kandla- Delhi Highway,

National Highway No. Highway 168, and S.H. No 27

Pavapuri (Sirohi-307001), Rajasthan

Telephone: +9S.H.S.H.286866, +919799399111