Mirpur Temple


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Ranked 7 of 35 sightseeing in Sirohi

Mirpur Temple was built in the 9th century AD, during the reign of the Rajputs. It is assumed to be the oldest structure made of marble in Rajasthan. The architecture of this temple resembles that of Delwara and Ranakpur temples. It is devoted to the 23th Jain Tirthankara, Lord Parshvanath. The temple was destroyed by Mahmood Begda in the 13th century, but was reconstructed in the 15th century.

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    Mirpur Jain Temple is situated about 16 kms from Sirohi center surrounded by hills and considered the oldest white marble monuments of Rajasthan.Dedicated to Lord Pasharvnath who was 23rd Tirthankar and it's also famous as Bhidbhanjan Pasharvnathji.Ancient name was Jirapalli Patan and it was small fortress won by Raja Hammir so was named Hamirpur and it was built in 9th century during the reign of Rajputs. It was attacked by Gujrat Sultan in 15th century which was restored. Matchless ornamental work on pillars and ceilings with unique motifs manifested by World And Encyclopedia of Art. Along with the center of faith of Jain society, it was also the main center of culture and trade.Close to this temple no restaurants but washrooms are available. Travelers must keep the cameras and mobile ready as no restriction on photography. Shoes to be removed so be in easy footwear. It's a wonderful architectural monument and calmness and peace is the spirit. It must be visited by the art lovers, cultural and nature lovers.

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