Bawangaja, Anjarada, Madhya Pradesh 451551
Bawangaja is a famous Jain pilgrim center in Barwani. its main attraction is the world's second-largest megalithic statue of lord Rishabh which is 84 feet. This temple is located on the side of a hill and the beauty of this place is undescribable.
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