Neminath Temple is a famous Jain temple in Ranakpur, Rajasthan. The temple structure is beautifully carved in stone which lends it a fabulous architectural style. This temple is holds a great importance for the followers of Jainism because it’s one of the five major pilgrimage sites for them. This temple was built by Seth Dharnain 15th century with the help of RanaKumbha.
Neminath Temple is situated in the western part of the Aravalli Hills and is spread on the area of 48000 sq ft. This temple is designed in unique Jainism architecture of light colored marble and stones. It’s believed that this temple took 60 years in construction or completion because of the complexity of style and architecture. There are five pillars in the temple and each of them holds various Tirthankaras.
Another amazing fact about these pillars is that their color changes when the light fallon them. The major attraction of this temple is marble piece which has 108 snakes carved in it. October to march is the best time to visit this place and in summer season, the weather can be hot or dry. Followers of Jainism visit this temple all through the year and revel in its religious and architectural significance.