Jaisalmer’s Jain temples are beautiful desert town jewels. The meaning and religious feelings associated with it have archeological significance. Such temples from the 12th and 15th centuries have complex designs.
Sacred pilgrimages and treasures for visitors with an interest in history and religion are devoted to various Tyrthankar of Jains. The golden yellow Jaisalmer stones for which the town is so famous are installed in all temples. The monuments are interconnected. The seven lovely temples seem to be a leisurely tourist. There are intriguing tales to tell at every corner of each temple.
The temples are dedicated to the most impressive graven images: Chandraprabhu, Rishabhdev, Sambhavnath, and Parschvanath. Love the sculpture, which is beautifully painted with divine women and gods across the walls, surrounded by glass cabinets and pillars.
Food objects, clothes, and clothing are completely prohibited. Time limits are only available to visitors. Pilgrims of Jain can visit all day long. See the crafts on every corner you see. Observe the walls and idols. The quiet position blends into the fort. Please take the time here to enjoy Jain’s history and heritage.