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Jain temple is one of the oldest temples in Bikaner, and was built in the 15th century. It is decorated with mirror work, frescoes and leaf paintings. The temple is built of red sandstone and is divided into three floors. One can see the skyline of...more
Beautiful frescoes on the wall and the ceiling... A 15th century Jain temple with the smiling priest giving historical trivia of the place. A very serene, calm place dedicated to 5th Jain Tirthankara. Wonderful place to reconnect with the past..
Bhandasar Jain Temple or Banda Shah Jain temple is situated at Bikaner, Rajasthan. This temple is famous for wall painting and art work. This temple is protected by Archaeological Survey of India.
This temple was constructed by Bhandasa Oswal in 15th century. The temple is...More
Got a little bit surprised.
Visited here as ranked #2 in Bikaner.
On Saturday around 3pm it was.
Nobody was there.
Is there any particular timing to visit this place?
The temple itself is a cute little one with some colourful decoration.
I heard the...More
we were lucky to have a lot of very interesting explanations from the Brahmin, very kind. Do not hesitate to push the gate that gives access to the courtyard and then to the temple, we can think that it is closed!
I won't delve into the history of the place, but one thing I can assure is that you will amazed by its architecture. It is located besides famous Lakshminath temple. It is less crowded than usual as it is for Jains. Painting in the place...More
The location of this temple is inside old Bikaner City. Don't blindly follow google maps as it will take you through very narrow street. Just check Petrol Pump in map which is near to this temple, you can go through that route. There is car...More
Beautful temple with Red, white and gold work. You'll see dark patches along the floor and the walls of the temple is the ghee oozing out during the hot summers due to extreme temperatures.
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