(Last Updated on : 09-03-2016)
Hatheesing Jain Temple is mainly known for its ornate architecture. Built in white marble this is one of the largest Jain temples of Ahmedabad
. This was erected in 1850. Dedicated to the 15th Jain Tirthankara
who was known as Dharmanath this temple carries the name of its creator. The temple has been named after Seth Hatheesing who was one of the richest retail traders of Ahmedabad.
It has been a real place of attraction for all the tourists along with the devotees. Built in lavish white marble this is decorated with rich intricate carvings. Surrounded with fine sculptures and rippled walls this is one the fabulous sites in Ahmedabad. With white marble it leaves a splendid silvery effect on the full moon light. Richly made this is one of the exclusive architectures of Ahmedabad.
Alongwith its splendid architecture this temple has some unique features. It is a double storey building with baronial array of cloisters that house a number of shrines. Each shrine is accompanied with an adorning tirthankara. There are at least 52 such structures. The temple further includes well organised porches. These porches add to the beauty of the temple which is further decorated with the dome shaped porch in the front. Located at a distance of 119 kms from Ahmedabad this is one of the richest temples of India.
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