Bibrod Tirth

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Bibrod Tirth
Bibrod Tirth
Bibrod Tirth
Basic information
Location Bibrod, Ratlam, Madhya Pradesh, India
Affiliation Jainism
Deity Adinath
Festivals Mahavir Jayanti
Governing body Mallinath Trust
Temple(s) 3
Bibrod Tirth

Bibrod Tirth in Ratlam, Madhya Pradesh is regarded as a major center of Jainism religion. Notable attraction of this Jain worship center is approximately 2.49 ft high idol of Adinath Bhagwan. There is an inscription that his idol belongs to a period earlier than even the thirteenth century.

Mulnayak[edit]

Nearly 76 centimetres (2.49 ft) high, black-colored idol of Bhagawan Adinath in the Padmansana posture.[citation needed]

Hindu Tirth[edit]

This tirth is also known as Kesariyaji, it is inside the large fort in the Bibrod village.[citation needed] shri ram mandir famous Temple.

Historicity[edit]

There is an inscription that his idol belongs to a period earlier than even the thirteenth century.[citation needed]

Temple Trust[edit]

Jain Svetambar Murtipujak Jinalay,[1] Mallinath Trust, Choumukhipul, Bibrod, Ratlam, Madhya Pradesh, India.

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