Brief History

Adinath Mandir, one of the two largest and most elaborate Jain temples in the old town, is dedicated to the 16th and first Tirthankars (great Jain teachers) and explodes with fine murals, mirrored domes, and elaborate chandeliers.

The temple was built almost a century later than the Shantinath Temple, in the year 1622. It commemorates the first Jain teacher, Adinath, who was originally called Rishabhanatha.

Best time to visit: The best time to visit is between November and February.

How to Reach

Adinath Temple by Bus
By Road

It has a robust bus service to connect to different parts of the state.

Adinath Temple by Train
By Train

Jamnagar's railway stations, Hapa (HAPA), Jamnagar (JAM), Modpur (MDPR),are well connected to cities and towns on the western railways network.

Adinath Temple by Flight
By Air

Jamnagar airport is located 9 km from the city centre. Jamnagar’s Govardhanpur Airport offers connectivity by domestic air services to several major Indian towns.

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