Nasiyan Jain Temple
Tour the Nasiyan Jain
temple located on the Prithvi Raj Marg in Ajmer in Rajasthan,
India. Also known as the Red Temple, Nasiyan Jain Temple
mesmerizes you with its historic appeal.
Dedicated to the first Jain Tirthankara Rishabdeoji,
the Nasiyan Jain Temple also has a museum of considerable
size that displays objects related to Jain beliefs and
Enjoy the delightfully sculpted motifs that adorn the walls
of this Digambar Jain temple in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India. Constructed
in 1865, the main chamber of the Nasiyan Jain Temple consists
of a splendid 2-storied hall adorned with wood carved sculptures
that depict the Jain concept of the world and worldly affairs.
The first floor of the Nasiyan Jain Temple is known as the
'Swarna Nagri' and displays gold plated replicas of almost
all the Jain temples in India. Be enchanted with the little
silver balls that are suspended from the ceiling in the inner
sanctum of the Red Temple in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India.
The interiors of the Digambar Jain Temple or the Nasiyan
Jain Temple are decorated with gold, silver, precious stones
and semi-precious gems. The wooden gilt decorations and delicate
paintings that adorn the main hall of the temple display scenes
from episodes in Jain mythology and preach Jain beliefs regarding
life and the world.