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VERY NICE & VERY PEACEFUL JAIN TEMPLE MIDDLE OF THE TALAJA CITY

This is a single hill middle of the Talaja city, I like this single hill the most, when I visit... read more

Reviewed May 27, 2018
NARESH-B-MEGHANI
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Bhavnagar, India
JAIN TEMPLE AND KHODIYAR TEMPLE ON TALAJA HILL

This is the Single hill in the middle of the Talaja City , the temple of the first Khadiyar... read more

Reviewed February 8, 2018
NARESHBHAICHANDM1
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May 27, 2018
“VERY NICE & VERY PEACEFUL JAIN TEMPLE MIDDLE OF THE TALAJA CITY”
Feb 8, 2018
“JAIN TEMPLE AND KHODIYAR TEMPLE ON TALAJA HILL”
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| Talaja, Palitana 364140, India
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Reviewed May 27, 2018

This is a single hill middle of the Talaja city, I like this single hill the most, when I visit Bagdana Sant Bajarangdas bapa temple almost I also visit this hill there are two temples in this small hill one is of Khodiyar mata &...More

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Reviewed February 8, 2018

This is the Single hill in the middle of the Talaja City , the temple of the first Khadiyar mother comes to this hill, after which Jain temple comes. In this jain (derasar) temple, the sweet bun from the breeze of the wind in the...More

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Reviewed September 27, 2017

This temple complex located on top of hills are somewhat ignored one. With no major renovation done in many years so it looks worn out. Archaeologically it is a good jain temple complex with many temples of gods surrounding each other. There is a steep...More

Thank Manandani
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