Pisan Hari Jain Temple



One of the important places to see in Jabalpur, the Pisan Hari Jain Temple is actually a temple complex with a number of Jain temples.

Locally known as the Pisan Hari Ka Mandir, the temple is a symbol of service and dedication of a poor woman, who started construction of the temple with her hard earned money. It is said that she accumulated the fund by grinding flour in the mills.

The Pisan Hari Jain Temple of Jabalpur was built during the nineteenth century. Pisan Hari Jain Temple is located at a distance of 7 Kilometers from the heart of the city. The famous Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical College lies very close to the place. It is a must visit destination in Jabalpur for the pilgrims as well as the tourists.



Last Updated on 16th Dec 2012

     


     

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