Ranila

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Ranila
Basic information
Location Charkhi Dadri, Haryana
Geographic coordinates 28°42′33.5″N 76°20′29.6″E / 28.709306°N 76.341556°E / 28.709306; 76.341556Coordinates: 28°42′33.5″N 76°20′29.6″E / 28.709306°N 76.341556°E / 28.709306; 76.341556
Affiliation Jainism
Deity Rishabhanatha
Festivals Mahavir Jayanti
Date established 1991
Temple(s) 1

Ranila is a village in the Charkhi Dadri district of the Indian state of Haryana. It lies approximately 30 kilometres (19 mi) south east of the district headquarters town of Bhiwani. As of the 2011 Census of India, the village had 1,927 households with a population of 10,199 of which 5,393 were male and 4,806 female. The nearby villages are Bhageshwari 5 km, Sanjarwas 4 km, Pilana 2.5 km etc.[1]

Jain Temple[edit]

Bhagwan Adinath Digambar Jain Atishaya Kshetra is located at Adinath Puram, Ranilla. The magnificent temple is considered very miraculous. On 18 October 1991, Idols of Shri Adinatha, the first tirthankar and Goddess Chakreshwari Devi were excavated where temple stands today.[2] The Moolnayak is an orange color idol with Adinath carved in the center and the rest 23 Tirthankars on 3 sides. It is believed that these idols are 1400–1500 years old.[3] The temple also has a dharamshala equipped with all modern facilities along with a bhojanalya.

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