Nasiyan Jain Temple is an old temple in Ajmar, Rajastan. The temple was started in 1865 BC and its construction took 31 years to complete. This temple is rich with its architecture and has a gold Statue. The entrance gate is made by red stone and is truly a marvelous display of the temple. There are big halls in the temple, which are decorated with stone, marvels, gold and silver.
This temple’s architecture is similar with the Mughal architecture - the interior is decorated with jams and metals while the exterior design is simple and attractive. This temple has a big museum which has rich collection of Jainism books and its teachings. This temple exterior is made with red stone that’s why local called LalMandir (red temple). This temple is dedicated to Jain Tirthankara, Rishabhadev.
This temple is divided into two parts – the first area is used for worshiping and other one used for museum. The museum is the main attraction for tourist, which was made with unique interior with Gold. This temple has largest collection of paintings and glass engravings. Temple is located is easily accessible by the local transport and it remains the main attraction place for tourist for its amazing architecture and beautiful sculptures.