Jirawala Parshwanatha temple lies at the foothills of Jairaj Hill at Jirawala village that holds great importance in Jainism. The place is also referred to as Jirapalli in the Jain scriptures. This is a must-visit place for travelers going to Mount Abu. It is located in Rajasthan, Sirohi District, and is about 50 km from Abu Road. A 900-year-old temple is supposed to be a finely sculpted design and a historic place to visit.
Best time to visit
The Jirawala Parshwanathan sanctuary lies on the foothills of the Aravalis and is a very splendid place to visit. People come from all over to satisfy their wishes and the temple is said to have supernatural powers for performing truthful vows. In the past, devotees had many miracles to believe in. The best time to visit this place is from October to November when the temperature is mild.
How to reach Jirawala Parshwanatha
Roads are very well connecting if you want to go to Jirawala Parshwanantha temple and you can take a bus or local taxi both options are available. The nearest airport is Jaipur Airport. The railway station is also easily accessible from the Jirawala Parshwanatha temple through local buses or personal vehicles.
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