Uwasaggaharam Parshwa Teerth
A famous pilgrim spot, Uwasaggharam Parshwa Teerth, founded in year 1995 is Jain Temple lying in Nagpura. Besides the temple, the site is also home to a garden, temples, Yoga center and Guest house all built on the bank of River Sheonath.The most attractive feature of the temple is its 30 feet high entrance and Shri Parshwanaths statue. Holy water amiya passes out of the idol. The site is flocked with devotees in large number especially on full moon day.
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Situated on the bank of river Sheonath, amidst entrancing natural scenery, this shrine of the 23rd Teerthankar Lord Shri Parshwanath commemorates his holy visit to this region about 3000 years ago as a Shraman (A wandering mendicant dedicated to self-realization through self sacrifice). Scattered Jain Sculpture, large number of devotees and dilapidated ancient shrine along with Lord’s Foot – prints historically, proves the Lord’s journey to this area.A pilgrimage to this shrine inspires noble conduct, self -discipline, penance and equanimity.The entrance to the resplendent marble temple of Shri Parshwanath is through a 30 feet gate that has the idol of Parshwanath, supported by four pillars (representing the four essentials of spiritual atonement, i.e., wisdom, introspection, good conduct, penance), being worshipped by two elephants. Sacred water, amiya , oozes from the idol here. Hundreds of pilgrims visit this shrine on full-moon.