Shri Shantinath Digamber Jain Atishaya Kshetra Bajrang Garh.

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Name :
Shri Shantinath Digamber Jain Atishaya Kshetra Bajrang Garh.
Is an Atishaya Kshetra (Place of Miracles).
Address :
Shri Shantinath Digamber Jain Atishaya Kshetra Bajrang Garh
Place & Post – Bajrang Garh, Dist. – Guna (M.P.). Pin 473001
Phone 07542 – 257635
Management committee :
Shri Shantinath Dig. Jain Atishaya Kshetra Bajrang Garh Managing Committee
Place & Post – Bajrang Garh, Dist. – Guna (M.P.). Pin 473001
Phone 07542 – 257635
Chair Person :
Shri Rameshchandra Jain
Phone 07542 – 252256(O), 98268-21256 (M)
Secretary :
Chaudhary Rajesh Jain
Phone 07542 – 230003, 9425134574
Nearby City :
Guna 7 km
About Bajrang Garh :

Atishaya Kshetra Bajrang Garh is about 1200 years old, situated in the west of Guna District on Guna-Aron-Sironj route. This is a place full of natural beauty, famous in the world for attractive miraculous idols of Lord Shantinath, Kunthunath & Arahnath in standing posture. Jain Nagar was the old name of this place, which was changed later on the name of Lord Bajrang (Hanuman) Temple in the fort as Bajrang Garh.
This Kshetra shows the broadmindness of famous historic businessman Shri Pada Shah, his love & faith for Jainism and a proof of expertise of architects and artists.
Shri Pada Shah constructed here’s main ancient temple in V.S. 1236, he also constructed Jain Temples at many more Teerth Kshetras.
Atishaya – This is said that to worship gods of heaven come here. So many persons have heard their music & sound in midnight.
In V.S. 1943 some persons tried to destroy the idols & temple, immediately rain of fire started and invaders have to run away.
So many Jains & others come here & worship Lord Shantinath and get their desires materialized.

Main Temple & Idol :

At this Kshetra an ancient temple of Lord Shantinath in standing high with sky high pinnacle about 800 years old, with principal deity Lord Shantinath in standing posture, 18 feet in height, so beautiful & magnificent, Red in color. Idols of Lord Kunthunath & Arahnath are installed in both sides of principal deity, 10 feet & 9 inches in height each.
These three Teerthankars were simultaneously Chakravarti & Kamdeo also. Generally Shri Pada Shah has installed the idols of these three at other Kshetras also.
In this temple so many other ancient idols are also installed and agreeable. On the walls of this temple, attractive pictures related to mythological stories are drawn which are worth being seen in the views of art also.
Magnificent Samavsharan Mandir is also agreeable here.

Temple Kind of:

Digamber

Other Temple :

Two beautiful temples are more here in the village, one is Bhagwan Parsvanath Jinalaya in main market constructed by Shri Jhhitu Shah. Another is constructed by Shri Harish Chandra Tarka. Attractive magnificent pictorial Trikal Chaubeesee is being designed in Tarkaji’s Temple.

Natural Scenario :
This Kshetra is full of natural beauty situated in center hilly area full of dense trees.
Annual Gatherings :
Annual Festival – Kartik Shukla 5
Lord Shantinath’s Janma, Tapa & Moksha Kalyanaka celebrated on Jyeshtha Krishna 14 every year.
Facilities :

Two Dharmshalas are here equipped with modern facilities.

Means of approach :
Road – Busses, Auto Rickshaw & Jeeps are available from Guna, Aron & Sironj for Bajrang Garh.
Busses are available for Guna from Indore, Gwalior, Ujjain, Bhopal etc.
Train – Guna lies on Kota-Beena-Bhopal line & also on Indore-Gwalior line.
Airport – Indore, Gwalior
Nearby Places :
Atishaya Kshetra
Chanderi
Khandargiri
Thuvonji
Ashoknagar
Other Jain temples in Guna city


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1 comment

  1. Ankit Jain 13 December, 2014 at 18:42 Reply

    sir kindly update the name of kshetra

    Shri Shantinath Digambar Jain Punyodaya Atishay Teerth Kshetra, Bajrangarh (Jainagarh)

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