(Last Updated on : 09-11-2011)
Mallavwala Jinalaya is located in Girnar in Junagadh district
The presiding deity of the temple is Sri Shantinath. The height of the temple is 21 inches. Mallavwala Jinalaya can be reached by climbing almost 35 to 40 seats from Seth Dharamchand Hemchand Jinalaya. The temple was established by Joravarmalli and is thus also known as Mallavala Jinalaya.
Rajul Gufa is located to the south of Mallavwala Jinalaya. The idol of Rajul Rahemi is also situated here. The height of this idol is almost 11/2-2 feet.
Premchandji Cave is located to the south side of the Rajul Cave. While going down the mountains one reaches the end of a rock under which Premchandji Cave is located. The cave served as the place for meditation for many sanyasis. Premchadji Maharaj had come over to this place in search of his brother Kapurhandji. During that period he meditated here for a long time. Premchandji Cave belongs to the time of Seth Devchand Lakshmichand. While returning from Premchandji Cave one can reaches the Chaturmukhi Jinalaya after climbing almost 90 steps. On the right side one can also see a temple of the Digambar community.
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