Shree Uwassaggaharam Parshwa Tirth - Things to Know Before Visiting
Paras Nagar, Nagpura, Durg, Chhattisgarh 491001, India
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About Shree Uwassaggaharam Parshwa Tirth
A Jain shrine constructed in the banks of river Sheonath in the year of 1995. there is a huge 30 feet tall gate that bears the idol of parshwanath. there are temples, guesthouse, yoga center and so many other things inside this.
Attractions Near Shree Uwassaggaharam Parshwa Tirth
This is a famous and old Hindu temple located in the Durg district. This temple is well-known for the Chandi pooja for getting rid of evils and spirits. A lot of devotees visit this temple every day.
Maitri Bagh means Garden of Friendship is a zoo and a good picnic spot located in a serene environment. This is the biggest zoo in the region of Bhilai which comprises 111 acres.
A place with its primary objective to protect and conserve animals. It is famous for its rich flora and fauna. and there is safari, boating, and so many other activities.
This is a popular Shiva temple in the heart of Raipur which was built in 1402 by Hajiraj naik. There is a beautiful ghat situated in the side of the temple which is considered as sacred and there is boating and other activities are there.
One of the oldest K-12 foundations of India founded by Sir Andrew Fraser in the year 1882 at Jabalpur It is a co-education, residential cum day boarding public school . The buildings are very beautiful to see and the surroundings is also very calm and quiet.
This is an ancient 14th-century temple located in the banks of the river Kharoon which was dedicated to the Durga Devi. This 900-year-old Mahamaya Temple also attracts historians and archaeologists due to its rich history and architecture.
Where is Shree Uwassaggaharam Parshwa Tirth
Discover More Attractions in Durg, Where Shree Uwassaggaharam Parshwa Tirth Is Located
This is one of the industrial city of Chhattisgarh. Durg district mixture of oldness and modernity, culture-rite and entrepreneurship.