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Nasiyan Jain Temple, Ajmer

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.3/5 based on 180 reviews on the web
Observe the sandstone architecture of Nasiyan Jain Temple, and inspect the ornate, intricate "city of gold" representing the Jain religion. Upon completion of the temple's construction in 1865, sculptors took another 25 years to complete the detailed three-dimensional depiction of the Jain ancient world. This masterful display consists of scores of wooden figures plated in gold, representing deities and core beliefs. Bring your camera to capture this impressive display, and snap pictures of the 25 m (82 ft) Mana Stambha that dominates the temple complex outside. Plan to see Nasiyan Jain Temple and other attractions that appeal to you using our Ajmer vacation planner.
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  • Have seen nothing like this. Best 30 mins of my life. To envision creating a mythical universe in gold and to actually execute it to perfection, i think over 50-60 years ago is just amazing. 
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  • It's really an awesome place. The Jambu Dweep is fully made of gold and its large as much as a football field
  • Nasiyan Jain mandir of Sonis also known as Soniji ki Nasiyan or Lal Mandir is a wonderful gold and mirror work of 1850s depicting the stages of metempsychosis in Jain and Hindu mythology. Religious value aside, this temple has a great heritage and art value. A must-see in Rajasthan.
  • Discrimination on the basis of your cart, unless you are a Jaini they won't allow you inside
  • Really impressive architecture
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