This temple is one of the most impressive sights I have seen in 3 months in India. Beautifully preserved intricate carvings cover all 1044 pillars. The temple area is a peaceful and reflective place. Thought has gone into the visitor experience - an audio guide is included in the 200RPS entrance fee and allows you to explore independently. It was just the right amount of information giving a history of how and why the temple was built, a explanation of Jain beliefs and description of some of the scenes depicted in the carvings. I disagree with reviews saying the temple is over-commercialised and visitors should not be charged to enter. The fee goes to preserving this and other Jain temples that have fallen into disrepair.