The Jain Tirth Derasar is located on the Girnar Mountains, Bhavnath, Junagadh. Tirthankara Neminath temple is the largest Jain temple which is dedicated to the lord Neminath. This temple was built from 1128 AD to 1159 AD.
Girnar Jain Temples are a group of temples dedicated to the two major Jain sects, Digambara and Svetambara. The temple complex is situated in the Girnar Mountains in the Junagadh district of Gujarat, India. The temple complex is dedicated to Jainism, one of the oldest religions in the world. The grand temple complex atop Mount Girnar houses several shrines of Jain Tirthankaras with spacious passages, porches, and halls. Devotees who are unable to climb the hills can use a palkhi (palanquin), which can be found near the mountain's base. The months of November through February are ideal for a visit.
How to reach Girnar Jain Tirth
Junagadh is not well connected by regular flights to the rest of the country's major cities. The nearest airport is located 83 kilometres away in Porbandar, from which you can hire a car to get to Girnar Jain Tirth.
Junagadh is well-served by trains. There are regular train services from here to other parts of the state and cities.
There are regular bus services to and from Junagadh. Regular Bus services are also available to and from Ahmedabad, Rajkot, and Surat. You can also take a shared taxi or cab along the same route to the Girnar Jain Tirth.
Things to do in Girnar Jain Tirth
Girnar Jain Tirth offers an amazing sightseeing opportunity to tourists as it is situated on the top of the mountain, the natural environment will make you speechless.
The nearby area of Girnar Jain Tirth is a perfect place that is excellently crafted naturally for taking pictures. The surrounding of the temple is so beautiful that you can’t stop yourself from clicking photographs.
Trekking through the routes of Girnar parvat is an excellent activity which you can enjoy. On this trek, you can find numerous mesmerizing locations where you can see some animals too.