` Shri Devgarh Teerth Jhansi Uttar Pradesh India

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Shri Devgarh Teerth


Jain Idol  :

Shri Shantinath Bhagwan, Kayotsarg mudra, about 375 cms in height.

Jain God Desc :

Ancient temple

Jain Teerth :

It is an ancient place and famous for its historical idols made in different styles. They shows the ancient art of Indian culture. On the hill 31 big temples are present in Kanali Durg. A pillar containing holy information in 18 different ancient languages is the main attraction of this place. Apart from the jin temple, Dasavtar mandir situated at a distance of 13 kms, is also attractive point to see the ancient Indian art.

Speciality of Jain Teerth :

Apart from ancient ness this teerth place is famous for the different qualities & arts of statues. The proves of best ancient Indian craft arts are seen engraved on the inscriptions, Jin idols, idols of Yaksh-Yakshinis, pillars and the battlement of the temples. 31 temples consisting best qualities of arts are present on the hill. An inscription called as Gyanshilalekh is present in twelfth temple on which 18 different scripts have been engraved. It is said that these are the scripts including Brahmi and Dravidian languages studied by Brahmi, the daughter of Bhagwan Adinath. The idol of Shri Parshwanath Bhagwan present in 6th temple does not have Sharp Fan (Snake head) on it, but two snakes are seen on both sides of the idol. The idol of Bahubali Bhagwan in 11th temple is said to make of 11th century. The 13th temple consists of idols with idols having 18 types of hair designing.

Managing Trust :

Shri Devgarh Kshetra Digambar Jain Prabandh Samiti

Management Details of Jain :

Samiti, Devgarh; P.O.: Jakhlon, Tehsil: Lalitpur, Disstt.: Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh. INDIA.

Geographical Details :

Historical Details :

Thousands of years ago Savars ruled this place. The Pandvas, the Sahars, the Gond, the Gupts, the Dev, the Chandels, the Mughals, the Bundelas, King of Sindhiya and lastly English empire ruled this place in later days. As per the inscription belonging to Gurjar king Bhojdev, the ruler during VS 919, this place was known as Luatchhgiri. Vatsraj, the minister in the ministry of Chandel king Keerti Verma has built a fort here and called this place as Keertigiri following his emperors name. It was during 12th or 13th century when this place was named Devgarh, a place constructed by Devtas or a place having many Dev idols. Many among the present idols are seems to be make of beyond Gupts period.

Management Dharamshala :

Uttar Pradesh government has its own tourism bunglow at Devgarh. In the basement of Devgarh hill a dharmashala is available having facility of only water and cooking accessaries.

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Some other important Information

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Railway Station :

Lalitpur Station

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Road Route :

Jhansi being famous for the fort of Rani Laxmibai.It is linked with entire nation by road as wll as rail route. Pilgrims could reach here via Lalitpur station, which is 31 kms away from this holy place. Buses and taxi are available at alitpur station. The vehicles reaches easily on the hill. Devgarh is at a distance of 106 kms from Jhansi station.

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Uttar Pradesh

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Tourist Place Nearby :

Other Teerths :

Laxmi Narayan temple, Orchha, at a distance of 17 kms. and Ram Raja temple, Orchha, at a distance of 17 kms from this temple.

Other Teerths Nearby :
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