The Dilwara Temple is the most beautiful pilgrimage site for Jain, located between the lush green Aravalli mountains of Mount Abu in Rajasthan. This temple was built between the 11th and 13th centuries by Vastupal Tejpal and is renowned for its opulent use of the marble and complex scale on each corner. The temple is designed by Vimal Schach. It looks very odd from outside of the Dilwara Temple, but once you get into the interior, the beautiful designs can be carved into roofs, walls, arches, and pillars.
The temple of the Dilvar has five equally heart-watching temples: Lord Adinath, Lord Rishabhdeo, Lord Neminath, Lord Mahavir, and Lord Parshvanath, Vimal Vasahi, Luna Vasahi, Pittalhar, and Parshavanatha. The most famous is the Vimal Vasahi and Luna Vasashi among all these. Each of these sanctuaries consisting of Rang Mandap, the central hall, Garbhagraha and Navchowki is a group of nine heavily decorated ceils in the inner sanctum of the Lord’s residence. Kirthi Stumbh and Hathishala are also other spell-bounding constructs. Dilwara Temple shows you Jain ideals and beliefs with its simplicity and austerity.