Normal Temple opening : Sunday 4:30pm to 8:30pm.

FAQs

Jainism is an ancient religion from India that teaches that the way to liberation and bliss is to live a life of harmlessness and renunciation.
Jains believe that their religion is extremely ancient. The Lord Mahavira, who died in 527 BC, was the last of a long series of Tirthankaras. He followed an existing religion, which Jains believe was established by Rishabhdev, who was the first Tirthankara.
Jainism’s holy book – is a collection of literature known as agam. Lord Mahavir’s teachings were compiled into many texts (sutras) by his disciples. Collectively, these texts are called the Jain canon, or agam literature.
Non-violence is a timeless and far-reaching concept that can be applied to every aspect of life. Non-violence does not mean merely avoiding physical violence, but it also means minimizing the violence of thought and speech.
Anyone can visit a Jain temple. We have a meet and greet committee who are always ready to welcome all who are interested in Jain faith. Visitors to Jain temples are requested to remove their shoes before going inside, as the worshippers do.
Anyone interested in the teachings of Tirthankaras can become member of JSM.
Please go to the home page and click on Registration. Complete in all the required information and submit. After receiving the fees, you will receive an Email from JSM with your ID and password, which will allow you to change your password for security. After this you can access the JSM booking area

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