• Nareli Jain Temple

    Place To Visit Ajmer

    Nareli Jain Temple

    Place To Visit


    Nareli Jain Temple

    The temple contains complex carvings and decorations that make it a work of art. It is situated on the Aravali Ranges, providing breathtaking views of the surrounding area.

    Why to visit this place

    The temple has a modern architectural design and is somewhat angular in form. The Nareli Jain Temple complex is made up of 24 shrines, each of which is devoted to all of the 24 Jain Tirthankaras. The portraits of three Jain Tirthankaras named Arahnath, Kunthunath, and Sri Shantinath have been installed at the temple, out of a total of 24. The Tirthankara statues each weigh around 24 tonnes. The sculptures and elaborate decorations of the temple are well-known.

    Tirth Kshetra is a modern structure designed by Ashok Patni of RK Marbles. The temple was consecrated by Acharya Sri Vidya Sagar's pupil Jain Sage, Muni Sudha Sagar, and construction began in 1994-95. The largest Ashta-dhatu statues ever constructed were placed at the temple complex in 2002. The temple was expected to cost roughly Rs. 50 crore, but it ended up costing close to Rs. 100 crore. The Nareli Jain Temple grounds extend across the entire hilly terrain, and a large number of devotees, primarily from the Digambara Jain community, flock to the temple.

    Interesting Facts :-

    Jain Temple Nareli In Jainism, Ajmer is revered as a place where those who kneel before God with a pure heart are said to have their wishes granted.

    Temple Aarti Time :-

    • Morning Aarti Time - 8:30 am to 9:00 am

    • Evening Aarti Time- 20 minutes before sunset

    How to reach ?

    • By train: The nearest railway station to this shrine is Ajmer Junction.

    • By Air: The nearest airport to the temple is Jaipur International Airport, which is around 125 kilometres away.

    • By road: Nareli Temple is roughly 8 kilometres from Ajmer on the important national highway no.8. Taxis and autos are available from Ajmer and surrounding places.

    More About Nareli Jain Temple

    Is it permissible to bring a camera or a video camera into the temple?

    Yes but there will be a fee.

    Is there a cost to enter the temple?

    No there are no admission fees.

    Special Tip:

    The months of October to March are ideal for visiting this temple because the weather is pleasant and you won't have to sightsee in the sweltering heat. However, you will have to pay an additional fee of 50 INR for a photo camera and 100 INR for a video camera.


    Open Time : 6:30 am to 7:00 pm

    Entry : free

    Address : Nareli Jain Temple, Nareli, Rajasthan, India

    By Inaaya Sharma

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