Vaidya Ji Jain Mandir – …. when the bullock cart stopped in front of Vaidya’s temple


Madavara: Moolnayak Pratimauni Subratanath Jinalaya.
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Madavara. The east facing Muni Subratanath Jinalaya, situated in the Purana Bazar locality of Madavara town, adorned with eleven grand Jain temples, is quite ancient. Sitting in the temple is Muni Subratanath, a white-colored grand stone idol in Padmasan, whose symbol is Kachchap. It is told about the history of the temple that when the Moolnayak idol was being taken elsewhere by bullock cart from the Jain temple of village Jamuniya located in the submergence area of ​​Jamni dam, then surprisingly the bullock cart stood in front of Vaidyaji’s temple. Despite lakhs of efforts, the bullock cart did not budge, then considering this incident as the will of God, the idol was enshrined in the temple of Vaidyaji. The management of this ancient temple is done by the Digambar Samaj along with the legitimate family.

Madavara. The east facing Muni Subratanath Jinalaya, situated in the Purana Bazar locality of Madavara town, adorned with eleven grand Jain temples, is quite ancient. Sitting in the temple is Muni Subratanath, a grand white-colored stone idol in Padmasan, whose symbol is Kachchap. It is told about the history of the temple that when the Moolnayak idol was being taken elsewhere by bullock cart from the Jain temple of village Jamuniya located in the submergence area of ​​Jamni dam, then surprisingly the bullock cart stood in front of Vaidyaji’s temple. Despite lakhs of efforts, the bullock cart did not budge, then considering this incident as the will of God, the idol was enshrined in the temple of Vaidyaji. The management of this ancient temple is done by the Digambar Samaj along with the legitimate family.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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