Satbis Deori Temple

Satbis Deori Temple ulasan, Chittaurgarh


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26 ulasan
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Bala Tripura S
Bangalore, India3.234 kontribusi
Des 2019
This is 11th century jain temple in chittaurgarh fort.This temple had separate temples for all jain thirthankars and 2 more sub temples inside the premises which had beautiful carvings on the walls and tower
Ditulis pada 9 Januari 2020
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Arup C
Kolkata (Kalkuta), India10.277 kontribusi
Nov 2019
Just opposite to Kumbha Swamin Temple.beside FatehPrakash Museum...a place worth to visit during Chitoregarh fort visit..

History of Jainism is very old. Its roots can be traced back to third or, fourth millennium BC. The legacy has been borne by the twenty four Tirthankaras. Rishabhanatha is known to be the first Tirthankara, the twenty third was Parshvanatha and the last known was Mahavira. Rajasthan started promoting Jainism since the time of Samrat Samprathi in 220 BC. Samrat Samprathi was the grandson of Ashoka and a follower of Jainism. Many Jain temples were built during his rule.

The year 1322 of Vikram era observed the construction of Bhagwan Parshvanath Temple. It is located near the Gaumukhi kund and has four faces and hence, known as the Choumukhi Temple. Under the rule of King Mokal, thirty two temples were built here.

Today you can find the remains of only six. The biggest of them is the Temple of Bhagwan Adinath with fifty two devkulikas. The place was originally named Satbis Deora after the twenty seven temples present here.
Ditulis pada 17 Desember 2019
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NILIMA_11
Mumbai (Bombay), India317 kontribusi
Jul 2019
Chittorgarh fort has many temples of Hindus and Jain faith. Satbis Deori temple complex have twenty seven temples within and was built in 11th century,. Jain temples are known for its intricate carvings on pillars, ceilings and on toranas.
The main deity of this temple is Adinath, the 1st Thirthankara of this era. Surrounding the main temples there are other 27 deras ( small temples) of other thirthankaras of the Jain faith. The calmness, beauty and cleanliness of this temple is inviting every visitor. to spend some time and get lost in the peaceful environment.
The best time to be visit, is at the morning or in the evening aarti time, a special prayer performed every day at a specific time. Afternoon temple is closed. Photography is not allowed inside the temple,
Chittorgarh is 120 kms from Udaipur, takes 2.30 hrs by road. Chittorgarh is also well connected by train.
Ditulis pada 17 September 2019
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Kaushik G
Mumbai (Bombay), India4.068 kontribusi
Okt 2018 • Pasangan
We had visited this beautiful Swethamber Jain temple located inside Chittorgarh fort during our vacation in Udaipur. This temple was constructed almost 1000 years ago by rich Jain merchants living inside the Chittorgarh fort. We liked the intricate sculptures on the walls, pillars and inner dome of the main temple. The main temple is surrounded by many small temples dedicated to different Jain gods. This is a must visit inside Chittorgarh fort for all architecture lovers.
Ditulis pada 5 Juni 2019
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RajeevDr
6.075 kontribusi
Jan 2019 • Pasangan
There are 6 Jain temples within the premises of Chittor Fort. This temple complex is locally known as Saatvish Devri bcoz during medieval times this site had 27 Jain temples . Presently , only 3 temples exist in the complex , out of which the most prominent & largest is dedicated to Lord Adinath , the 1st Jain Teerthankar & this temple has 52 Devkulikas. It is also the oldest & was built in the end of 10th century .
The other 2 temples are smaller in size & are located behind the Lord Adinath temple.
These temples are an illustration of the 11th century Jain architecture that celebrates the life & virtues of Bhagwan Adinath & attracts devotees , architecture & history buffs alike.
The walls , ceilings & Torans (archways) are adorned with splendid sculptures & are engraved with several figures that are pertinent to the Jain community.This awe-inspiring architecture makes you marvel at the intricate detailing.
This site has been declared a UNESCO - World heritage site .
The temple complex is vast & well -maintained & enables one to experience peace & tranquility in the serene environment & provides an escape from the daily grind of the chaotic modern times.
The temple complex also houses the KALPAVRIKSHA OR KALPATARU considered to be the wish fulfilling divine tree by the Hindu , Jain & Buddhist devotees & is a popular theme in Hindu mythology & Jain & Buddhist cosmology.
As per Hindu mythology , it originated during Samudra Manthan & was transported by Lord Indra to his paradise & planted there.This tree is extolled in iconography & literature.
This temple complex is located close to Fateh Prakash Palace , in the heart of Chittorgarh Fort & is a must visit site .
In fact , you can kee Fateh Prakash palace , Kirti Stambh & Digambar Jain temple from this temple complex.
The Ranakpur Jain temples were built in 15th century, during the reign of Rana Kumbha , though on a larger scale but sharing many architectural similarities with this temple complex .
It is not recommended for those with restricted mobility as one needs to climb few steep steps to reach the main temple .
Also , do not forget to try the local delicacy RAAB or RAABDI - an ethnic thick gruel prepared in earthen pots using Barley or wheat or Maize or Brown Moong dal mixed with buttermilk & simmered over low flame in the mornings & served @ lunch time or in the evening after it has simmered for several hours. It is garnished with raw chopped onions & cumin powder & served warm.
It is available just outside the Saatvis Devri temple complex in the evening.
Also , young kids can be engaged in horse riding activity , on the Fateh Prakash Palace road .
You can read my other reviews of various attractions in Chittor Fort , where I have tried to extensively describe each monument of architectural or historical importance & also given useful inputs to plan your itinerary .
Ditulis pada 23 Maret 2019
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rupeshbits
New Delhi, India341 kontribusi
Agt 2018 • Pasangan
Its a great Jain temple located inside the Chittorgarh Fort beside the Fateh Prakash Palace. The architecture of temple is marvelous. Temple got its intricate designs showing details. There are lots of temples inside and we enjoyed its visit.
Ditulis pada 15 Januari 2019
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charoos
mumbai639 kontribusi
Des 2018
Sat (seven) bis(twenty) refers to the Jain temple complex comprising 27 temples, one main in the centre and 26 mini on three sides of main one. Beautiful complex with silver doors to each temple and beautifully carved images of auspicious symbols. Like all Jain temples, the ceiling of main temple is intricately carved, with a variety of figures and symbols.
Ditulis pada 4 Januari 2019
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Kaushik_Basu_1969
Kolkata (Kalkuta), India1.005 kontribusi
Okt 2018 • Keluarga
We didn't visit the temple inside, only took a photo from outside in the interest of time. It is pretty close to the Vijay Stambha & worth a shot.
Ditulis pada 1 Desember 2018
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Sweta P
617 kontribusi
Mar 2018 • Keluarga
The look of this temple is beautiful and we all felt very much peaceful as have peace environment, we all enjoyed much.
Ditulis pada 26 April 2018
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NirmalSunkari
Gurgaon, India219 kontribusi
Jan 2018 • Sendiri
The front view to this temple is impressive. This is a Jain temple housed within the fort. Worth a visit for sure
Ditulis pada 9 Februari 2018
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