Ahichhatra: Archaeological sites in India

Brief History: This 2800-year-old Teerth is referenced in the Shree Aayaranga Sutra, Shree Kalpa Sutra, Shree Trishishshtta Shalaka Charitra, Shree Parshva Charitra, and so forth alongside the Shree Parshva Panchkalyanak Puja (wrote by Shree Veervijayji Ma.Sa.) A vagrant Kamattha who turned into a priest was discouraged from practicing the ‘Panchagni’ retribution, by youthful sovereign Parshva Kumar. Anyway, he didn’t pay regard and a couple (two or three) snakes was seriously sung simultaneously. They were saved by Parshva Kumar who lectured the ‘Navkar Mantra’ to them, before their demise. Irritated, as his act of retribution was upset, Kamattha performed serious severities and was reawakened as ‘Meghamali’- The Ruler of Downpour. At the point when Kamattha saw Parshva Prabhu pondering, he chose to deliver retribution by making hindrances for Parshva Prabhu as thunder, lightning, precipitation, and tempest for 3 days. Around then, the pair of snakes (presently Dharmendra and Padmavati) spread their

Jain Icon :

The then ruler of this state Lord Vasupal set up the symbol, subsequent to building the sanctuary. It very well may be recognized from the actual icon that it is a recorded symbol.

Jain God Desc :

This is an old sanctuary. It is said to develop by Ruler Vasupal. A colossal social affair of the Jain supporters is orchestrated on Chaitra Krishna Ashtami each

Jain Teerth :

The historical backdrop of these teeth begins from the time of Yugadidev Shri Adinath Bhagwan. According to the Digambar order of Jainism, it is the vihar (visiting) spot of all the teerthankrs after Yugadidev Shri Adinath Bhagwan. This is said to know as Shankhavati, Ahichakra, Parichakra, Chhatravati, and Ahikshetra too before. Sometimes it was the most well-off state, Vaibhav Nagari, having a boundary of 50 km comprising a number of sanctuaries, enormous foundations, and markets. Aanvala, Vajeerganj and Sampani Nagari towns were the pieces of this state. It was supposed to be the state house of Shri Dronacharya, of Mahabharat. Past the time of Bhagwan Parshwanath, being the legislative center province of Bother Raja�s this was a renowned Jain state. During his Vihar, Bhagwan Parshwanath has visited this spot. He uses to reflect in a woodland during which Meghmali has made his upasarg (Maya) to upset his contemplation. Lord Vasupal has developed the sanctuary of Bhagwan Parshwanath during his decision. It is referenced in �Kaivalaymala�-composed by Acharya Shri Udyotansurishwarji that during the sixth century of Vikram, Guptavanshi lord Harigupt took Deeksha. Chinese traveler Huyensang has visited this spot in the 639 Advertisements and portrayed this area as Ohichitalo. Portraying Ahichhatra Hemchandrachary has referenced it with the name of Pratyagrah too. In Vividh Teeth Kalp, Achary Shri Jinprabhusurishwarji has given a huge portrayal of two sanctuaries of Bhagwan Parshwanath, the presence of the symbol of the adhisthayika Devi of Bhagwan Neminath, Shri Ambadevi close to the fortress and about the backwoods and nurseries comprising various kinds of cured jadi-bootis. Numerous underground symbols, Stoops and Stambh of the times of Kushans and Gupts has been found, demonstrating its significance during that period.

Forte of Jain Teerth: Being the Vihar Bhoomi of yugadidev Bhagwan Adinath and the accompanying Tirthankara of his period and the statehouse city of eleven Chakravarti Samrat, this is a noticeable sacred spot in Jain Dharm. The really alluring point for this spot is been the contemplation spot of Bhagwan Parshwanath. He uses to contemplate under a Tank tree. At exactly the same time, Vyantardev ( Meghmali-Kamath) was going through this spot via an aviation route. Subsequent to seeing Bhagwan in contemplation, he recaptured the desire of last Bhav and began playing his Maya. He delivered weighty precipitation alongside the roaring and downpour of ice and stones. The Cobra pair of last Bhav, whom Bhagwan has expressed the Sarv Vighnahari Navkar Mahamantr, because of the impact of which they have accomplished the existence of Dharnendradev and Padmavati Devi in Swarg, quickly resulted in these present circumstances place and made Fan-mandap over the head of Bhagwan Parshwanth and fizzled the upsurge ( Maya) of Kamath. Having seen the present circumstance, Kamath acknowledged his wrongdoing and bowed before Prabhu and asked for pardon.[ Digambars says that Bhagwan accomplished Kevalgyan at a similar second while according to Shwetambars Prabhu accomplished Kevalgyan in Banaras ( Varanasi)]. Because of the development of immense Fan-mandap by Dharnendradev and Padmavati Devi, this spot is known as Ahichhatra. Achary Patrakeshari has acknowledged Jainism alongside his 500 supporters here. The green symbol of Tikhalvale Baba is likewise a state of fascination. It is said that the limit divider was developed in a solitary night by some concealed force. These days likewise Baba satisfies the prerequisites of his adherents. A well and a Bavdi additionally draw in the guests as a result of its Chamatkari water, utilization of which fixes numerous sicknesses.

The executive’s Subtleties of Jain :

Shri Ahichhatra Parshwanath Atishay Teerth Kshetra Digambar Jain Mandir, Post-Ramnagar Fortress, Tahsil-Aanvala, Dissent.- Bareli, State-Uttar Pradesh. INDIA. Pin-243 303. Phone 05823-36418.

Geological Details :

Chronicled Details :

The historical backdrop of these teeth begins from the time of Yugadidev Shri Adinath Bhagwan. According to the Digambar, it is the vihar (visiting) spot of all the teerthankrs after Yugadidev Shri Adinath Bhagwan. This is said to know as Shankhavati, Ahichakra, Parichakra, Chhatravati, and Ahikshetra too before. Sometimes it was the most affluent state, Vaibhav Nagari, having a boundary of 50 km comprising a number of sanctuaries, enormous foundations, and markets. Aanvala, Vajeerganj and Sampani Nagari towns were the pieces of this state. It was supposed to be the legislative hall of Shri Dronacharya, of Mahabharat. Past the time of Bhagwan Parshwanath, being the legislative hall territory of Bother Raja’s this was a well-known Jain state. During his Vihar, Bhagwan Parshwanath has visited this spot. He uses to ruminate in timberland during which Meghmali has made his upasarg (Maya’s) to upset his contemplation. Ruler Vasupal has developed the sanctuary of Bhagwan Parshwanath during his decision. It is referenced in “Kaivalaymala”- composed by Acharya Shri Udyotansurishwarji that during the sixth century of Vikram, Guptavanshi ruler Harigupt took Deeksha.. Chinese vacationer Huyensang has visited this spot in 639 Promotion and portrayed this area as Ohichitalo. Depicting Ahichhatra Hemchandrachary has referenced it with the name of Pratyagrath moreover. In “Vividh Teeth Kalp”, Achary Shri Jinprabhusurishwarji has given an immense depiction of two sanctuaries of Bhagwan Parshwanath, the presence of the symbol of the adhisthayika Devi of Bhagwan Neminath, Shri Ambadevi close to the fortress and about the woodlands and nurseries comprising various kinds of cured Jadi-booties. Numerous underground symbols, Stoops and Stambh of the times of Kushan and Gupt’s have been found, demonstrating its significance during those periods.

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