Shri Digamber Jain Atishaya Kshetra Nemgiri Samsthan, Jintur

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Name :
Shri Digamber Jain Atishya Kshetra Nemgiri Samsthan, Jintur
Is an Atishaya Kshetra (Place of Miracles).
Address :
Shri Digamber Jain Atishya Kshetra Nemgiri Samsthan, Jintur
Place & Post – Jintur, Taluka – Jintur, Dist. – Parabhani (Maharashtra), Pin 431509
Phone 02457 – 220113
Management committee :
Shri Digamber Jain Atishya Kshetra Nemgiri Samsthan, Jintur Trust
Place & Post – Jintur, Taluka – Jintur, Dist. – Parabhani (Maharashtra) Pin 431509
Phone 02457 – 220490
Chair Person :
Shri Advocate Sharad Savji
Main Road, Jintur, Dist. – Parabhani – 431509 (Maharashtra)
Phone 02457 – 220490
Secretary :
Shri Veer Kumar Vishnu Kumar Savji
Place & Post – Jintur, Dist. – Parabhani – 431509 (Maharashtra)
Phone 02457 – 221564 (R), 220715 (S)
Nearby City :
Parabhani 43 km
Aurangabad 160 km
Nandel 110 km
About Jintur :

This Kshetra is situated in sub hills of Sahyadri Mountains full of natural beauty in area of Marathvada in Parabhani District 3 km away from Jintur. There are two hills named Nemgiri & Chandragiri are famous in the world for their ancient artistic & miraculous Jain Cave Temples & Chaityalayas.
In ancient times this area was famous as Jainpur, this was developed in the time of Emperor, Amogh Varsha of Rashtrakut Family. Later in the middle period of Indian History, this was destroyed by invaders, and its name was changed to Jintur, the current name. At that time 300 Jain families & 14 Jain Temples were here. Today two temples out of them only are present.
Letter in the year 1609 A.D. this Kshetra was reconstructed and developed by Shri Veer Sangavi of Bagherwal Cast. It is said that Samavsharan of Lord Mahaveer came here and the Last Shrut Kevali Acharya Bhadrabahu with his 12000 scholars including Chandragupt Maurya (The great emperor of ancient India) and the famous idol of Lord Parsvanath was also installed by them, this idol is staying in the space 3 inches high from surface without any support, so this is called Antariksha Parsvanath. According to archaeologists idols of this Kshetra are old about 1000 years or more.
Atishaya – At Nemgiri Hill, in Cave No. 5 miraculous idol of Lord Antariksha Parsvanath is very wonderful staying in the space 3 inches high from surface. It is said that desires of pilgrims are materialized after prayers & worships here. King Kobra often comes here and gods of heaven also come here for worships.

Main Temple & Idol :

Nemgiri Hill – Here are 7 Cave Temples, among them in 4th Cave, a very beautiful idol of Lord Neminath (The 22nd Teerthankar) in cross legged seating posture is installed 7.5 feet in height. In 5th Cave idol of Antariksha Parsvanath is a must to see, 6.5 feet in height with nine serpent hoods over head, really a wonder of the world.
Chandragiri Hill – A Choubeesee carved on a flat rock is very artistic here, that includes great standing idols of Lord Shantinath, Kunthunath & Arahnath and this was installed in V.S. 1665.

Temple Kind of:

Digamber

Other Temple :

In first cave of Nemgiri, an attractive idol of Lord Mahaveer in cross legged seating posture is installed, 3.5 feet in height. This was installed in V.S. 1676. Ancient feet images of Acharya Bhadrabahu are also here attractive pilgrims.
In second cave there is an ancient idol of Lord Adinath in state of meditation & penance. In third cave there is an attractive idol of Lord Shantinath, 6 feet in height in cross legged seating posture. Peace is felt here really.
In sixth cave there is an ancient idol in standing posture with four heads in four directions, seams the part of Manstambha (Column of dignity).
In seventh cave there is a wonderful very artistic standing idol of Lord Bahubali, decorated with creepers and serpent hoods on both shoulders, really a peace of art. Its height is 5.5 feet. There are 2 old temples in Jintur city, old & ancient idols of the temples ruined by invaders are placed here. In one temple idol of goddess Padmawati with four arms decorated with ornaments looks very beautiful. A standing idol of Lord Parsvanath 3 feet 10 inches in height is also here. This was installed in Shaka Samvat 1514.

Natural Scenario :
This Kshetra is situated in sub hills of Sahyadri Mountains full of natural beauty in area of Marathvada in Parabhani District 3 km away from Jintur. There are two hills named Nemgiri & Chandragiri are famous in the world for their ancient artistic & miraculous Jain Cave Temples & Chaityalayas.
This Kshetra is full of natural beauty, while seeing from Chandragiri, scene look very pleasant.
Annual Gatherings :
Annual Gathering on Bhadraprada Krishna 5
Facilities :

Shri Dig. Jain Nemgiri Samsthan 15 Normal Rooms, 3 Deluxe Rooms, Mess facility and all required items are available, At Jain Mess meal available on charges.

Means of approach :
Road – Jintur ties on Aurangabad-Hyderabad national highway. Busses & Taxies are available for Kshetra on Jintur Bus Stand. Busses are available from Jalna, Parabhani, Nanded, Akola.
Train – Parabhani Railway Station 45 km, Busses are available at there.
Airport – Aurangabad
Nearby Places :
Muktagiri 300 km
Kunthalgiri 250 km
Kachner 175 km

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