Udaipur of Rajasthan
Among the oldest pilgrimage sites, the shrine of Lord Rishabhdev is superlative in terms of its grandeur, miracles and art. The four pilgrimage shrines of Mewar, Shrinathji, Shri Eklingji, Shri Charbhujaji and Shri Keshariji have special significance for different sects, including Rishabhdev shrine, Jain, non-Jains, Hindu tribal is a sacred place for all religious people. It is situated on the banks of the Kunwarika River, connected to the National Highway No. 8, 65 km from Udaipur District Headquarters, between the Kandras of Aravalli.
Government self reliant temple under Shri Rishabhdev ji
- Temple Sri Charbhujaji - This temple is located in the temple complex of Rishabhdevji. According to the inscription, the construction of this temple is known to be in 1744. In this temple annual festivals like Janmashtami Jaljhulani Ekadashi Sharad Purnima Annakut Ramnavami etc. are celebrated.
- Shri Parshvanathji Temple - This temple is located in the temple complex of Rishabhdevji. The festival of Posh Dashami is celebrated in the month of Posh in this temple. Parsvanath Jayanti is celebrated. According to the inscription, the construction of this temple is known to be in the year 1740.
- Shri Ekling Ji Somnath - This temple is located in the temple complex of Rishabhdevji. This temple also celebrates the annual Shivaratri festival of Mansa fast.
- Sri Pagalyaji - Lord Sri Rishabhdev is located 1 km away from the main temple. Where Lord Rishabhdev Ji is the original place of Pardubhava. The resting place, Charan Paduka Chhatri and Amkhas are built in Pagalyaji campus. The Shobha Yatra (Varghoda) of the Lord is taken out from the temple of Rishabhdevji. Who goes to Pagalyaji. After performing service and worship there, the procession returns to the temple.