This temple, famous as the Bada Mandir, is said to be established during sixteenth century. The upashrayas of Tapagachha, Khatargatchh, Lokagatchh and Parshwachadrasurigatchh are present here. The artistic work on glass are very attractive.
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Acharya Shri Jaisingh Surishwarji, the follwer (Shishya) of Shri Kanha Muni, has written the famous "Dharmopadesh Mal" at this place in a Jinalay during the rein of Bhojdev, the grand son of King Shri Amya.
King Arnoraj has greeted Acharya Shri Vadidev Surishwarji during twelth century at the time of his entry to Nagaur. Kalikal Sarvagya Shri Hemchandracharya was honoured with Acharya post at this place in a magnificent function orgainised by Shreshthi Dhanad. Acharya Shri Jinlabdhi Suriji died here in VS 1406.
Shri Parshwachandra Gatchh originated from this place. Upashrayas of Tapagatchh, Khatargatchh, Parshwachandra Surigatcchh and Lokagatcchh are still present in this city. Great shravak Shri Vardev Pallival belonged to this city. His son Aasdhar and grandsons namely Nemad, aabhat, Manik, Salakhan & Thirdev, Gunadhar, Jagdev and Bhuvana has done many religious works in Jain history along with the renovatory works at Shri Shatrunjay, Girnar, Abu-Delvada, Jalor, Taranga, Prahaladanpur, Patan, Charup and many other teerth place.