Shri Agasi Tirth
Mulnayak Shri Muni Suvrata Swami
About 1.25 Mtrs.
Shri Bahubali (Maharashtra) Tirth
Mulnayak Shri Bahubali Bhagvan
About 8.5 Mtrs.
Shri Balsana Tirth
Mulnayak Shri Vimal Nath Bhagvan
About 77 Cm.
Shri Bhanduka (Bhadravati) Tirtha
The Tirtha is situated in a vast garden in the vicinity of Bhadravati village. Here is installed an idol of MULANAYAKA Shri Kesariya Parshvanath Bhagavan. It is black in complexion, 152 cms in height and in semi-padmasana posture. The remnants found here indicate that this tirtha must be very old; but how old, it is not deciphered. Till the last century half of the idol of Shri Parshvanath Bhagavan was buried in the ground. People therefore knew it as Kesariababa, and applied vermilion on it.
Shri Dahigaon Tirth
Mulnayak Shri Mahavir Bhagvan
About 2.44 Mtrs.
Shri Gaj Pantha Tirth
Mulnayak Shri Parswa Nath Bhagavan
About 1.5 Mtr.
Shri Godiji Tirtha
This exquisitely fine temple is situated in the Palyadhuni area of greater Bombay. Unique indeed is the greatness of this Jaina temple that is 178 years old and considered to be the best in the Jaina temples in Bombay. The idol of Bhagavan Parshvanath of renowned greatness is miraculous. Devotees in thousands have experience of the miracles.
Shri Kumbhojagiri Tirtha
This tirtha is situated at a distance of 8 kms from the Hathakalangada Railway Station on the Kothapur-Meeraj Road in Maharashtra. It is situated in the forest on a small hill adjoining the Kambhoja Village. The majestic and fine Jina temple has, as presiding deity Shri Jagavallabha Parshvanath Bhagavan. From the hill stop the scenery of the jungle and the fields therein yield delight to the heart. Some known this as the hill of Bahubali. The hill has foot-steps and one cane go up the hill within fifteen minutes. The idol is of white complexion and one metre in height. On the cross-legs of MULANAYAKA, we have an inscription of V.S. 1926. There are four Shrines in the temple of which two have the idols of Tirthankara, one has an image of Shri Padmavatidevi and one has that of Manibhadrayaksha. One image of metal belongs to V.S. 1323.
Shri Mangi Tungi Tirth
Mulnayak Shri Adinath Bhagvan
About 137 Cm.
Shri Padmapur Tirth (Nasik)
Mulnayak Shri Chintamani Parswa Nath Bhagvan
About 65 Cms.