The Jain temple on top of the hill at Katraj on the Satara Road is a very good example of Jain temple architecture.
There are very good temples,both old and new, with excellent architecture in other parts of India(e.g. the Dilwara Jain Temples,Mount Abu,Rajasthan) and also in some other countries
The jain temples normally have a dharamshala where the devotees can come and stay near to the temple so that they can do their various prayers.
The dharamshalas are run on the basis of donations and charitable trusts.
There is provision for jain vegetarian food for the devotees visitng the temple-as a part of charity.
Jains are vegetarians and hence in the jain temples leather goods are not allowed(leather means the skin or hide of animals who may have been slaughtered to obtain the same)-hence prohibited in jain temples-place of peace and non-violence.
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