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Nareli Jain Temple, Ajmer: Abode to 22-feet tall Padmasana Statue of Lord Adinath

Nareli Jain Temple is a magnificent temple serving as a sacred Tirtha of Digambar Jains housing a 22-feet tall Padmasana idol of Guru Adinath Ji in the main temple. Besides, there are 24 miniature temples of other Tirthankars up above the hills.

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Nareli Jain Temple, Ajmer

Panoramic View of Nareli Jain Temple, Ajmer

Nareli Jain Temple, Ajmer

Architectue of Nareli Jain Temple, Ajmer

Nareli Jain Temple, Ajmer

Nareli Jain Temple, Ajmer

Nareli Jain Temple, Ajmer

22-feet tall Padmasana idol of Guru Adinath Ji

Nareli Jain Temple is a magnificent temple serving as a sacred Tirtha of Digambar Jains. It’s located in the suburban area of Ajmer that has gained huge popularity over the past few years. The temple amidst the wonderful Aravali Ranges has been constructed by Marble giant Mr. Ashok Patni of RK Marbles.

The architecture features intricate and detailed stone carvings rendering a conventional yet modern look. It’s completely made of marbles and is adorned with beautifully shaped gardens all around. It’s one of the most breathtaking Jain temples of Rajasthan.

A strikingly unique feature of the temple is that it houses a 22-feet tall Padmasana idol of Guru Adinath Ji on the first floor. It’s a huge statue and the surroundings are so peaceful and serene that it would soothe your soul and calm your mind. Besides, there are 24 miniature temples of other Tirthankars up above the hills.

The Nareli Jain temple is a must visit for those who are fond of marvelous architecture and the scenic beauty of the hills away from the city area. Although it’s not an ancient structure the layout and design of the temple are quite impressive and worth capturing. It's definitely one of the must-visit places of Ajmer

Nearby places to visit

If you happen to visit Nareli Jain Temple of Ajmer, there are several other places that you can include in your trip like Ana Sagar Lake, Nasiyan Jain Temple, Dargah Sharif, Adhai Din ka Jhopda, Prithviraj Smarak, and Daulat Bagh.

How to Reach Nareli Jain Temple

  • Road: Nareli Jain temple is located 8 kms away from Ajmer city on National Highway no. 8. It has a good road connectivity that makes it easy to hire cabs, taxis, and autos.
  • Train: Ajmer Junction is the nearest railway station from the Temple.
  • Air: The nearest airport is Jaipur International Airport located 125 kms away from the temple.

Timings: 6:30 am to 7 pm

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