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Nasiyan Jain Temple

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Address: Lal Mandir, Ajmer, India

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The temple is open to visitors of all religions year round for a very small entry fee. In front of the gateway is the marble staircase, leading to the main temple. The... read more

4 of 5 starsReviewed March 25, 2015
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed April 18, 2015 NEW

This is said to be small replica of Ayodhya nagri. It depicts marvellous architecture of mythological Ramrajya along with flying planes of those times. This miniature model is contained in single room only and takes hardly 5 minutes to complete the visit.

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4 of 5 stars Reviewed March 25, 2015

The temple is open to visitors of all religions year round for a very small entry fee. In front of the gateway is the marble staircase, leading to the main temple. The double-storey main chamber has several gold-plated wooden figures, depicting Jain Tirthankars. In the hall behind the temple, one sees the depiction of the Jain concept of the ancient... More 

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New Delhi, India
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed March 23, 2015

What an architecture. You will fall in love at 1st sight. Believe me. Great work . One of the best place that you wont find any other part of the world.

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed March 21, 2015

The pathway is really great. Once you walk through the pathway and reach the temple premises , the feeling you get after seeing the idol is really a great part. Can say that don't ever miss this place in your Ajmer plan

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3 of 5 stars Reviewed March 21, 2015

This "big miniature" of one of the Jain world is the size of a building, fully gold. Explaination are short, simple and help to understand a bit of the Jain culture.

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Kolkata (Calcutta), India
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed March 20, 2015

main temple is nice and made of red stone with a very large main chamber--- is an architecturally rich & excellent.many gold plated wooden figure and depicting of many figure of Jain religion. photography is allowed.

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4 of 5 stars Reviewed March 11, 2015

Very beautiful place to see the design of models and concepts. They have Jain concept in design of model and it looks very beautiful. 30 to 40 mins good enough time to spend in this place. You should go to this place in Ajmer.

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Mumbai (Bombay), India
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed March 8, 2015

Ajmer is known for the Durgah and Pushkar...but this Jain temple should also not to be missed. The temple depicts the life journey of 1st Jain Tirthankar - Rushabhdev till attains Moksha. Beware of the Big steps .......not easy to climb.

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Jaipur, India
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed February 27, 2015

Soniji ki Nasiyan is a Jain temple. It took more than 30 years to build. It provides the view of universe from the Jain point of view. It shows the life of Lord Rishabhdev. It shows the three scenes in three dimensions with gold plated sculptures as per the Jain philosophy. The quality of craftsmanship shown is exquisite and worth... More 

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Mumbai, India
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed February 27, 2015

If you are in Ajmer then you definitely should not miss this place. In this temple you can see the life of Jain Tirthankar Rhushabdev right from his birth until he attains Moksha. It took 35 years to build this. Its fine and detailed work and all of it in Gold and shades of gold. The entire place is well... More 

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