Synonyms for atishaya or Related words with atishaya

derasar              mookambika              sthan              thirukovil              godiji              kunthunath              ravalnath              rajarajeshwari              devasthana              dharmasastha              kshethram              ashramam              kaavu              kaliamman              bhairavnath              lingeshwara              kumararama              sthothram              vimalnath              arulmigu              kaaliamman              bhagawati              vindhyavasini              tirth              kshetram              parameshwari              anjaneyar              vinayakar              pazhoor              mahadevar              ekamra              peringottukara              mariyamman              vadiraja              melukote              champapur              durgadevi              teerth              kshetra              kshethra              devala              siddhar              kotturu              devale              devastan              parameswari              polali              andavar              kannimar              nathar             



Examples of "atishaya"
Shri 1008 Mallinath Digamber Jain Atishaya Kshetra : Shri 1008 Mallinath Digamber Jain Atishaya Kshetra was built in 19th century.This temple houses a 300 year old statue of Lord Mallinath that was originally kept at Ardhapur. This temple is dedicated to Mallinatha, the 19th tirthankara and is the only Atishaya Kshetra dedicated to Mallinatha.
Trilok Teerth Dham is situated in Khekra in "Parshvanatha Atishaya Kshetra", Bada Gaon, Uttar Pradesh.
Bada Gaon Jain temple is situated in Khekra in "Parshvanatha Atishaya Kshetra", Bada Gaon, Uttar Pradesh.
Shri 1008 Ajitnath Digambar Jain Atishaya Kshetra Bandhaji is a historic Jain tirtha about 35 km from Tikamgarh.
Atishaya Kshetra Dharmashala 100 normal rooms, 150 semi-deluxe rooms and 20 deluxe rooms. Mess facility is available, Items like utensiles, bed, tent etc. are available.
You can find 6 temples located in Jwalamalini Atishaya Kshetra, Simhanagadde. Both antique and latest sorts of temples are present at this place.
Shri Mahavir Ji is a famous Jain pilgrimage site.There are five temples in Shri Mahavirji Digambar Jain Atishaya Kshetra Shri Mahavirji,Shantinath Jinalaya,Bhagwan Parshvanath Jinalaya,Kirti Ashram Chaityalaya,Bhavya Kamal Mandir. Digambar Jain Atishaya Kshetra Shri Mahavirji is the main temple of this town the iconic idol of Lord Mahavira, the principal deity of the pilgrimage temple, was found during an excavation around 200 years.
Shri Kshetra Simhanagadde is located near the town and is famous for the Atishaya (place of miracles) of Goddess Jwalamalini - Yakshini (guardian spirit) of the Eighth Tirthankara, Shri Bhagwan Chandraprabhu in Jainism.
Paporaji, also called Pampapur, a temple site in Madhya Pradesh, India, 5 km east of Tikamgarh. is a center for Jain religion. This is an atishaya kshetra ("miraculous holy place"), with 108 shrines.
Shri Vighn-har Parshv Nath (Atishaya Kshetra) Digamber Jain Mandir is situated at the bank of Poorna river, opposite to Pavagarh, Taranga, Gajpantha, Girnar etc. kshetras situated at hills in Gujarat.
The temple of Lord Mahavira is situated at Barason in Mehgaon tehsil. In Jain tradition, it is among the Atishaya kshetra, i.e. places where lord Mahavira visited during his journey after getting Kaivalya (Ultimate Realization) and miraculous events took place. It is situated 14 km from Bhind town. Other Atishaya kshetra are Jain temple of Lord Neminath at Pavai near Bhind town and Lord Parshvanatha at Barahi, which is 20 km from Bhind at the Bhind-Etawah district border on the bank of the Chambal. An ancient holy place called "Digambar jain Parasnath Jinalaya" is situated in the village of Simar Biragma, about 20 km from Bhind and approximately 6 km from Atishaya kshetra Barason. There are approximately 60 Jain temples in Bhind town itself.
Almost after an year of observation and guidance, Acharya Deshbhushan elevated and initiated the first Brahmacharini of the 20th century Kumari Maina as Kshullika Veermati mataji on Chaitra Krishna Ekam of 1953 at Shri Mahavirji Atishaya Kshetra in Rajasthan.
Pateriaji, (also called Pateriyaji पटेरिया जी in Hindi) , a temple site in Madhya Pradesh, India, on the outskirts of Garhakota in Sagar district. This is an atishaya kshetra ("miraculous holy place")
Tijara Jain Temple () is a Jain temple dedicated to Chandraprabha. The temple is located in the hill town Tijara, in the Alwar district of Rajasthan, India. It is an "Atishaya Kshetra" (English: Place where Miracles happen). It is from Alwar and from Delhi. The location is a "tirtha" (pilgrimage site) for the Jains and a tourist attraction.
From that time onwards he is not using the crutches and not even taking any medicines or pills. The specialist doctors of heart & bones are quite surprised to see such instant recovery. Surely this is the miracle of Atishaya Kshetra Muktagiri.
The 900 years old black colored idol of principal deity Bhagwan Ajitnatha is installed in a basement of Shri Bandhaji Atishaya Kshetra. According to historical and archeological evidences available this Kshetra seems to be more than 1500 years old. This place is situated in between the beautiful hills full of natural & clean & peaceful environment.
Shri Parsvanath Digamber Jain Atishaya Kshetra, Pateriaji is a 232 years old temple dedicated to Parshvantha. This idol is 7 feet in height in Padmasana posture build in Black Stone with three serpent hoods. This temple was built, by Seth Radha Kishanjun Shah by the earnings of one day in the business of Cotton in 1782 (V.S. 1839).
The main temple of Shri Mahaverji Atishaya Kshetra is vast & magnificent ornamented with so many pinnacles. This temple is surrounded by Dharmashalas (Guesthouses). The premises of Dharmashalas surrounding the temple is called Katla. In the center of Katla, main temple is situated. The entrance gate of Katla is very attractive and magnificent.
(1) The attempt of distracting Bhagwan Parshvanath by Kamath, proving this attempt as failure by Dharnendra - Padmawati and attainment of ‘Keval Gyan’ by Bhagwan Parshvanath and these are lot of evidences available in Jain literature and stories that number of miracles have happened here from time to time makes this place as Atishaya Kshetra. The Kathanak (Life Story) of Acharya ‘Paatra Kesari’ is main among these evidences.
Shri Ahichchhatra Parshvanath Atishaya Kshetra Digambar Jain Mandir is thousands years ancient and its reconstruction was done in the year 1975 and its ‘Panch Kalyanaka Mahotsava’ was organized under the holy presence and guidance of Acharya Vimal Sagarji, Acharya Kunthu Sagarji and Acharya Shanti Sagarji in the year 1978. The 7 altars with 7 spires are there inside the courtyard of the temple. The description about these altars is as follows: -