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The Parshvanath temple is a 10th century Jain temple dedicated to Parshvanath and is located in the Jain cluster of the Eastern Group of Temples in Khajuraho. The temple was probably built as an Adinath shrine during the Chandela period.
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I wasn't allowed to enter the temple just because I was wearing socks. Despite my telling the security guard I'm wearing cotton ankle socks and it was really cold, he behaved rudely.
Socks are not footwear, and even in Hindi temples socks are allowed, so...More
Parshvanath jain temple is a group of few temples having all teerthankar temples , Jain’s are particular with their norms and normally doesn’t eat after sunset and not before their prayer called Pooja and Dev Darshan. At moment it’s a great pleasure to get yourself...More
I went to Parsvanath Temple. The most intriguing side of the architecture of this temple is the aesthetic blend of Hindu, muslim and Buddhist styles. The highlights of the temple are the sculptures on the northern outer walls. It is great place to go.