Rishabha (Jain Tirthankar) - Famous Temples Dedicated To Rishabha

Famous Temples Dedicated To Rishabha

  • Adinath Bhagwan Temple, Kaivalyadham, Kumhari, Chhattisgarh
  • Adishwar Temple, Ranakpur, Rajasthan
  • Adishwar temple, Palitana, Gujarat
  • Adinath Mandir, Bibrod, Ratlam, M.P.
  • Adinath Temple, Nahta Chowk, Bikaner, Rajasthan
  • Adinath derasar, Vataman, Gujarat
  • Adinath temple, Khajuraho, MP
  • Adinath temple, Ayodhya, UP
  • Adinath temple, Chand-Khedi, Near Kota, Rajasthan
  • Adinath at Rishabhdeo or Rikhabdeo near Udaipur, Rajasthan
  • Adinath Bhagvan Temple, Mahrauli, Delhi
  • Bhagawan Adinath Temple, Hirehattihole, Karnataka
  • Adinath Bhagvan Temple, Ponnur Hill, Tamilnadu see Tamil Jain
  • Adinath Temple in Ranila, Bhiwani, Haryana
  • Adishwar Temple, Walkeshwar, Mumbai, Maharashtra
  • Adinath Jain Temple, Santhu Bagra (Marwar), Jalore
  • Shri Aadishwar Dada Jain Mandir, Jawahar Chowk, Durg, Chhattisgarh
  • Aadinath Jain Temple, Valbhipur,Bhavnagar, Gujarat

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