Nareli Jain Temple, also known as Sri Gyanodaya Tirth Kshetra, is a modern edifice built by Ashok Patni of RK Marbles. Acharya Sri Vidya Sagar's disciple Jain Sage, Muni Sudha Sagar blessed the construction of the temple and the building work started on 1994-95. In the year 2002, the largest ever-made statues of Ashta-dhatu are being installed at the temple complex. The temple was estimated to cost around Rupees 50 crore but ended up costing close to Rupees 100 crore. The temple grounds of Nareli Jain Temple are based over the entire hilly region and innumerable devotees throng the temple, particularly the Jain communities, who belong to Digambara sects.
The temple is slightly angular in shape and boasts of a contemporary architectural pattern. The Nareli Jain Temple complex consists of 24 temples, each dedicated to the 24 Jain Tirthankaras. Out of 24 images of the Jain Tirthankaras, the images of the three Tirthankaras named as Arahnath, Kunthunath, and Sri Shantinath have been established at the temple. Each of the Tirthankara idols weight about 24 tons. The temple is well known for its carvings and intricate designs.
Best Time To Visit
October to March
Open and Closing Time
Timing: 6. 30 AM - 7 PM
Suggested duration:Around 1 to 2 hours
For Indian:No Entry Fee
For Foreigner:Rs.10/- per head
Near By Attraction
Hotels available near Nareli Jain Temple
Distance between Ajmer Railway Station and Nareli Jain Temple is 6.2 miles or 5.4 nautical miles
Distance between Ajmer Bus Stop and Nareli Jain Temple is 6.2 miles or 5.4 nautical miles
Nareli Jain Temple in Ajmer is a newly built Jain temple and one of the most famous places and temples in Ajmer city. This temple is located in the outskirts of the city about 7 km from Ajmer. Ajmer is one of the famous places in Rajasthan. There is a number of other places to visit in Ajmer nearby. The temple was built by Ashok Patni. You will find it beautiful as it is completely built on marbles.
The temple is dedicated to Guru Adinath Ji. The temple attracts visitors and devotees on daily basis and is becoming a famous place of attraction in Ajmer.
The temple boasts of a quirky, striking edifice created with a mix of traditional and contemporary architecture. Apart from the main temple, 24 other temples have been built along the hillside, creating a lovely silhouette on the horizon. The resulting design is a modern, angular group of monuments.