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Rishabhadeo Temple Udaipur - Rajasthan


An important pilgrimage for Jain followers Rishabhdeo temple is located on Udaipur-Ahmedabad Road in Dhulev at a distance of 65 Km from Udaipur. This small town is also known as Rikhabdeo which is renowned for Rishabhdeo Temple. Built in 15th century the temples are dedicated to Lord Rishabh Dev. Rishabhadeo Temple is a center of devotion not only for Jains but also for Meena Tribals, Bhils and Vaishnavites. Rishabhdeo Temple is one of the four main religious pilgrimage centers for Mewar that is ruled by Sosodia Maharanas of Udaipur. While entering this temple the devotees are received by black stone carved elephants. Goddess Chakreshvari adorns the North and Goddess Padmavati on the North fetches the attention of its visitors. In the main temple the 3.5 feet idol of Lord Rishabh Dev sitting in Padmassana capture the attention of devotes. On the platform where the idol is seated two oxen are carved in the middle representing the 16 dreams of Tirthankarís Mother. Apart from the main idol there are 23 other idols out of which 2 are sitting and 21 are standing. All these idols are made up of Ashtadhatu which encircle the idol of Lord Rishabhdeo. The Northern and southern parts of Khela Mandapa are occupied by the idols of Tirthankaras Vasupujya, Mallinath, Neminath, Parshvanath and Mahavir Swami that are collectively known as Panch-Balayati. Besides this there are 52 other shrines dedicated to Tirthankaras. There are about 65 inscriptions that adorned the walls of temple dates back to 15th Century are constructed as per the preaching of Bhattaraka Dharmakirti belonging to Kashtha Sangh. It is a must visit shrine on a trip to Udaipur.

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