Admire the elaborate and meticulous design of Ranakpur Jain Temple in India

As the cradle of many religions in the world, it is not difficult to understand when India has many unique and impressive temples, including the Ranakpur Jain India.

About Ranakpur Jain Temple in India

Ranakpur Jain Temple in India is located on the Arvallis valley hillside, Ranakpur village, Pali district, Rajasthan province in western India. 
The temple was built in the 15th century, by a wealthy devout merchant Ky Na named Dharma Shah under the patronage of King Rajput, Rana Kumbha, it took nearly 50 years and it cost nearly Rs 10 million for the new temple. 

Around the 17th century, when the war devastated the surrounding area and part of Ranakpur Jain temple  , the monks buried the statues into the sand at the foot of the temple for fear that these treasures would be destroyed and lose his holiness, then go to another refuge.
After the war ended, no one came back, so Ranakpur Jain Temple in India was turned into a nest of the infamous Dacoit thieves in India and Myanmar . It was not until the 20th century that when new explorers came to this place, it was restored, repaired and restored to its former glory.
The temple only worships a god because Adinatha is the cradle of one of the five places of worship of Jainism - an ancient belief of India.
Considered to be the largest and most beautiful temple of Jain sect in India, it is not difficult to understand when Ranakpur Jain India temple attracts many tourists to visit when traveling to India .

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Delicate and elaborate design of Ranakpur Jain temple in India

Ranakpur Jain Temple  is built of white marble, an area of ​​about 4,500m2 with 4 main temples, 4 halls, 4 doors, 67 arches, 29 spaces for solemn ceremonies and 1,444 marble pillars. 
The entire  Ranakpur Jain Temple in India is intricately carved like lace and geometric patterns. The dome is skillfully carved into a concentric sequence to bring 3D effects like a flower and a wheel with 12 spokes, the petals are interspersed with dancing girls holding impressive musical instruments.
The pillars are also decorated with many different patterns and intricate shapes, none of which are like columns: may be images representing the gods, may be symbols of royal families. At the time of building the pagoda, it could also be festivals and fun. And especially, it can change the color according to the time of day as well as every angle of the light shining on it.
Although the number of pillars is so many, the size is different, but the unique feature in the design process here is that no matter what angle you look from, no pillar will be hidden as well as any direction you can. 
At the center is the Four Faces of Chaumukha temple to worship the god Adinatha, the four sides symbolize the conquest of the god Adinatha in four cardinal directions and the infinite universe.
Like many other temple architectures in Western India, Ranakpur Jain India also houses an elaborate, beautifully carved elephant at the center of the main temple in the sense that these elephants will carry. the weight of the world and the gods on their backs.
Around the four main temples are 76 small temples, supposedly for the gods to possess the ultimate knowledge of the universe. And 80 large and small temples and 4 halls symbolize the cycle of 84,000 lives and souls that the soul must undergo to gain eternal salvation. 
It is true that you must bow your hat to the father of this work, it is so unique that any detail placed has a great significance.
Especially, if you go to each place to look carefully at each sculpture, you will read many interesting and interesting stories here: from stories of Jain sect to mythical creatures and then to life cycle.
Although designed complex, massive and towering with such detail but works  Ranakpur Jain India still have balance and harmony in the overall making it impossible to take your eyes.
After visiting Ranakpur Jain Temple in India , if you have time, you can also visit the world famous Kumbhalgarh fort nearby to admire the ancient and magnificent space here.

How to move to Ranakpur Jain temple in India

Ranakpur village is located between Jodhpur and Udaipur. How Jodhpur 162 km and Udaipur about 91 km, in a valley on the west side of the range Aravall so you can travel by train to the station nearest station Falna then renting a car from there to Temple Ranakpur Jain India .
As a lover of unique and impressive constructions, there is no reason why you should ignore Ranakpur Jain Temple in India  .

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