Taranga Hill is about 20 km Vadnagar in the Aravali area and has a deep connection with Buddhism.
From the Saraswati shore, you start to rise on Taranga hill road, along the way, you'll see Jain monks in front of you. In the mountains above you will see little white chhatris and a small sanctuary named Devi Taranamata from their village. Dharanmata temples and idols in Taranmata, basically Buddhist goddess Tara. There are internal and rock shelters finding some pictures and broken terracotta images of Buddha from here, Dhyani Buddha in stone plate, stone carving 4 picture brick walls are some of them.
As you climb the tempo of the Taranga Jain Temple in the fresh mountain air, you are welcomed. The 12th century hunar is best kept in Gujarat, to restore at least one temple, and demonstrated the human dedication and dedication of Solanki Rajputs. Although a lower frequency in the standard tourist stops, it is considered to be one of the most valuable works of Indian architecture.
Enter this beautiful Jain Temple, where the second Jain Tirthankar five-meter-high image, Extreme Ajitnath, sitting in the midwife can be a portal, for some, in deep inexcusable inner silence. Teacher, Ajitnath, beyond the action and suffering, sends intense, motionless silence beyond the familiar.
Temple mystery remains in the awareness of visitors. The Tirthankar teaches little girls dancing with eyes, gods and goddesses, stones minutely detailed in an internal overflow of smooth sensual movements outside in stark contrast. In their complicated cut costumes wulps cruel, like dancing, both elegant and inviting.
Taranga is spotted in the Mehsana district in the three hills of Gujarat. Rupen flows along the Taranga Hill River; and to the east the Sabarmati River.
Taranga tirtha is considered to be the main temple of Shvetambar Jain, one of the most important Jain mahatirthas five. It is called Siddhachal, where holy people are illuminated 108 places; one is called "tarangir"
Because this temple of this size in Siddh Kshetra, a sacred place, holy, has reportedly reached the general illumination. It is generally assumed that 35 million municipal bonds, including Vardutt and Sagardutt, will be given relief here.
In the famous Jain scholar and poet Hemachandracharya, Solanki King Kumarpal (1145 - 1172 years), headed by the capital of Patan Capital, converted to Jainism and this vast temple foundation, contributes to its growing legacy, along with the destruction of Somnath temple restoration and construction Vadnagar walls. It is the Mughal Emperor Akbar in the 16th century during the reign of extensive renovation that supports religious diversity.
Kotishila and Sidhhshila are called two hills with Bagh Neminath and Vikram 1292 Bagh Mare idol, according to the Jain calendar (AD 1235, according to the Gregorian calendar). There are 14 Digambar Jain temples in Dharamsala, 1 foot of the mountain. Since Ajitnath Bagh, the second time to teach Jain Tirthankar of Digambar Jains has been decided on this remote hill.
How To Get There
Highway: about 130 km from Ahmedabad, 50 km from the sanctuary of Ambaji, 56 km from Mehsana. Bus services and car rental from Patan, Siddhpur, Mehsana, Ahmedabad and Ambaji. Your bus will take you to Timba near Danta. You can get a shared (Rs 5 / -) or private (Rs 50 / -) jeep 8km Taranga.
Track: The nearest central station is Visnagar (38 km), Mehsana (52 km), Unjha (54 km) Vijapur (60 km) or so. Slow local trains to travel from Mehsana to Taranga (2 hours) are 5 km from the train station.
By plane: The nearest airport is Ahmedabad, about. From Taranga 125 kilometers. For more information: Ahmedabad tour package.
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