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Kikabhai Dharamshala, Hospital Road, Place & Post - Rishabh Dev, Tal. Khairwara, District. Udaipur, Rajasthan - 313802
|2 Bed AC Room||
|2 Bed Non AC Room||
The history of Kesariyaji Temple is not ever known clearly. Different communities put their own ideas for the temple. Temple is believed to have beautiful architecture before the 15th century. Atishaya Tirth Kshetra Rishabh Dev is very attractive, magnificent and artistic having 52 beautiful spires on it. According to Jain opinion, as a symbol of Nandishwar Dweep’s 52 temples, this temple was constructed having 52 spires. Gaj Mandir is a Jain Shwetambar Temple built-in 2011 in Rishabhdeo. The place is well known for the Kikabhai Dharamshala. The management of Kikabhai Dharamshala is under Kikabhai Premchand Trust and purely owned by Jain Shwetambar community. Nearby places worth visiting include Paglyaji, Rishabh Garden, Patshala Jain temple, Ram Mandir, Emliyachod Hanuman ji, Chandragiri, Bhim Pagalya, Bhattarak Kirti Bhavan, Dadabadi, Peepli temple, and Raghavan.
Navkashi - 08:00 to 09:30 AM
Lunch - 11.00 to 02:00 PM
Chovihar - 05:00 to 06:30 PM
Shri Rishabh Dev Digambar Jain Atishaya Kshetra or Kesariyaji Jain temple is situated in the village Dhulev of Udaipur (Rajasthan) at a distance of 65 Km from Udaipur. The nearest railway station to Kesariyaji at distance of 11 Km and the city of Udaipur is at a distance of 66 Km from this temple.
Suggested Route for Kesariyaji Tirth :
Udaipur Airport - 88 km
Jodhpur - 328 km
Ahmedabad - 192 km
Pavapuri Jain Tirth - 224 km
Abu Road - 170 km
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