Krishnagiri Shaktipeeth

Krishnagiri Shakti Peeth


Some special features of this unique krishnagiri temple

Jain dharma consists of 24 tirthankars. Swami Parshwanath Bhagwan is the 23rd tirthankar among these 24 tirthankars. Hence the concept of Shakthipeeth basically concentrates on the worship (Mathrupasana or aradhana) of Swami Parshwanath Bhagwan.

Jain dharma gives importance or prominence to athma sadhana or the inner search (knowing the once true self). Pooja and bhakti are just mediums to realize one self and the Krishnagiri tirth’s motive is to make one realize his/her self.

Hence Krishnagiri is a center or platform for peace and harmony. Today Krishnagiri Shaktipeeth is the world’s highest Jain temple adorning images of the Tirthankar Arihanta Paramatmas.

Highest Jain temple in the world

First ever highest (365 ft high) Jain temple in the world.

Tirthankar Lord Parshwanatha

Four beautiful images of the 23rd Tirthankar Lord Parshwanatha, each 23 ft high will be installed.

Moolnayak Lord Parshwanatha Prabhu

Four images of the Moolnayak Lord Parshwanatha Prabhu-two white and two black.

Four-faced magnificent images

Four-faced magnificent images, along with the splendid view of the Samavasharana (the holy assembly of a Tirthankar).

8 Attending Deities

8 attending deities each 17ft height to be installed.

51 ft High

51 ft high replica of Ashoka tree.

Unique Symbols

Halo (Bhamandal), divine umbrellas (tri-chatra), holy trumphets (deva-dundhubhi) and other unique symbols (pratiharyas).

1008 Beautiful and Magnificent images

1008 beautiful and magnificent images of the Tirthankar Lords will be installed.

415 ft High Central Hall

415 ft high central hall i.e., rangmandap exhibiting supernatural and divine powers.

Out of the World

Out of the world art, architecture, sculpture of this temple will make you forget the beauty of the famous Delwada and Ranakpur temples of Rajasthan