Jain Temple - Mumbai
Jain Temple - Mumbai
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The city's most famous temple was built in 1904 and contains ornate sculptures and paintings.
Duration: 1-2 hours
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Abovetheclouds
2,492 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2023 • Business
Had I not been with a local, I would never have known. The design, colours and structure were unique. Active and busy. We managed to see locals performing a ritual prayer when we went. You need to take footwear off to enter.
Written December 24, 2023
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sohilgoodluck
Mumbai, India93 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
Its a beautiful 100 years + old jain temple on the posh malabar hill area. Its very peaceful and calm inside with beautiful architecture and paiintings. All 24 tirthankars as well as many devi devtas idols are here for the followers to worship. A good place to learn about jain culture and know their rituals. Please abide by the rules of the temple which are written at the place where you remove your footware
Written January 8, 2020
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metalpeople
mumbai1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Manas Mandir Is A Beautiful Place.Everyone Should Visit It.You Would Get Peace Of Mind.All Your Wishes Would Get Fulill There, It Is In Between Vasind And Asangoan. Get There As Soon As Poosible And See The Most Beautiful Place.It Is A Must Worship For All Those People Who Can Not Go To Palitana Shri Bhuvan Bhanu Jain Manas Mandir Tirtha Is Situated At Post Village Savroli, In Shahapur Taluka Of Thane District Of Maharashtra State Of India. It Is Around 85 Kms From Mumbai And 45 Kms From Thane And 30 Kms From Bhiwandi. It Is The Place Where There Is A Large Temple Complex Atop A Small Hill Near The River Running Through Savroli Village Just Near The Railway Line, On Central Railway Stations Between Asangaon And Atgaon, About 45 Minutes From Kalyan Station
Written November 7, 2008
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SanDiegoRosenthals
San Diego, CA35 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2011 • Couples
Very cultural experience. We saw so many temples, but this was the only one where the priests take a "total" vow of poverty and have no possessions whatsoever, not even clothes.
Written January 10, 2012
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masaccio
Huntingdon, UK1,944 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2015 • Friends
As a non-religious person, I find religious practices very interesting and the Jain temple is a good stop for that reason for me. The building itself is quite pretty and although its smal, this was a very interesting visit.
Written March 29, 2015
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mangeshtilve
Mumbai, India70 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2013 • Family
This temple was built in 1904. This is beautifully carved and with much marbel.The temple contains sclptures and paintings .The temple is dedicated to lord Adishwar. It contains idols of several Arihants
The temple is very large.This temple is on main road in walkeshwar. each pillar ,walls,ceiling has a detailed carvings

footwear is to be removed before entering temple. Also women should wear dress modestly .(No shorts,low cut tops )
Written June 26, 2013
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SteveJacksonnufc
Gateshead, UK11,032 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2013 • Couples
This small temple looked delightful from the outside full of colour and I would have loved to have seen inside but unfortunately we were not appropriately dressed. So if you do wish to visit ensure you have the correct clothing with you. From the outside it looked a maze of beautiful architectural styles with the most colourful of statues and ornaments. I understand it is as beautiful inside also so we missed an opportunity here. Also watch out for the busy street outside as this can be a bit dangerous, as with most of the streets in Mumbai.
Written May 17, 2013
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marqoos_pl
Dublin, Ireland8,586 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2011 • Couples
This was one of the nicest places we've seen in Mumbai. It was really worth quite long taxi & rickshaw ride.

So quiet, peaceful and really amazing. Beautiful carved marbles and maybe alabaster, colourful paintings, statues of deities covered with fresh flowers and just specific atmosphere... Temple in the heart of hectic town is like out of space. You can actually spend there one hour even if the temple is quite small. I would go back there next time to see it in the full daytime light, white stones must look really stunning.
Written January 3, 2012
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TravelNoReason
Mumbai126 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2011 • Friends
Jain temple also known as `Manas Mandir'.
It is located at Asangaon. Very ancient & sacred place.
Mahuli waterfall is the major attraction at Jain temple.

How to get there - To reach Asangaon best way is railway.
Catch the local train from Kalyan. 45 min. is the journey time.
After reaching Asangaon railway station walk towards west side. Catch the rickshaw & take 15 min. rickshaw ride.
Fare is 30-80 Rs.
Buses are also available.
Bus ticket is 5 Rs.
Written January 2, 2012
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Manoj F
Ja Ela, Sri Lanka281 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2015 • Friends
Renowned among Jains for its beauty; given how beautiful Jain temples are, that’s saying a lot. Check out the paintings & dome ceiling I haven't seen anything like it. As this is a small temple, with usually a lot of prayer going on.
Written April 7, 2015
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