Adinath Temple Teerthdham Mangalayatan , Aligarh-Agra Marg, Hathras-204216

Temple Etiquette

  • Footwear not allowed inside

    Footwear not allowed inside
    Footwear to be left outside the temple. In summer be careful of the hot paving stones.

  • Prasad and donation

    Prasad and donation
    Use your right hand to accept prasad and give donations. The left hand is considered unclean in India.

  • Dress conservatively

    Dress conservatively
    Avoid shorts, skirts, tanktops and do not expose legs.

  • Avoid cellphones

    Avoid cellphones
    Use of cell phones is restricted normally. Photography is restricted in some temples.

  • Circumambulation or pradakshina

    Circumambulation or pradakshina
    Devotees are to walk around the sanctum sanctorum in a clockwise direction

About Adinath Temple

The Bhagwan Adinath temple is dedicated to the Adinath. He is said as the main deity of the temple. On an artificial hill, his temple has been constructed which is running across the temple complex. The height  and rises of the hill is starts from 4' and to 31'. It is one of the famous Jain temple in Uttar Pradesh.

On its peak, to supports a 10' high pink marble lotus throne, a white marble platform measuring 16' x 16' x 2.5'. Seated on this is an impressive 111'' high white marble statue of Bhagwan Adinath with halo (bhamandal) and three umbrellas (chhatras).

From the ground level, the statue of the Lord Adinath has a maximum height of over 55 feet which is a fascinating sight to anyone who is passing on the Agra Aligarh highway. To climb up to the temple, for the devotees, a staircase has been built. 

A ramp way has been constructed, for the People those cannot climb stairs. For use by handicapped, disabled and aged persons, an installation of a high speed lift is also being planned. 


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