The beautiful Nasiyan Jain Temple, popularly called, as the Red Temple is one of the crowd pullers in the city. An architectural marvel, this pretty shrine depicts the by gone era in a Jain perspective. Dedicated to the first Jain Teerthankara, this temple belongs to the Digamber sect.
A double storied structure, its first floor houses an amazing sculpture of the Universe, which depicts the gold plate facsimiles of each Jain temples of India. The interior of the temple is decorated with valuable stones, gold plates and silver. It is quite sure that this temple with its imposing style would enthrall the devotee and the picnicker alike.
The temple opens at 8:30 am and it closes at 4.30 pm. The entry fee is fixed as 2 rupees.