Synonyms for derasar or Related words with derasar

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Examples of "derasar"
There are 200+ Jain(Vaniya) home in whole Dahegam taluka. There are 3 Jain derasar in Dehgam city itself, out of which Munisuvrat Swami Derasar is the ancient of all the Derasar in dahegam.
To get to Vimalnath Bhagwan ghar Derasar one can use public transit system and opt for Al Fahidi metro station or Al Musalla road. The ghar derasar is located on 6th floor of Musalla residential tower.
Other religious places like Gurudwara, Church and Derasar are also situated in different areas of Kalol.
Dhari has also Jain Derasar situated at Kandoi street, which is 100 years old. Mulnayak is shri Aadinathji.
Ode has many temples including Ranchhodji's Mandir, Swaminarayan Mandirs (Old, New), Ram Mandir,shiv mandir,Vaishnav Mandir,Jain Derasar Pranami Mandir and many others.
When the construction of the Hutheesing Jain temple was nearing completion, and preparations were afoot for its grand consecration, the need was felt for a suitable Dharamshala to accommodate the expected visitors. It occurred to Harkunwar Bai that a "Derasar" or Jain monastery should be built, which would accommodate the visitors in the first instance and then serve as a center of the Jain faith for all time to come. she decided to build a "Derasar," or Jain monastery in the city. The presence of such an institution would add luster and virtue to the beauty of the temple. She mentioned her wishes to her three sons, and they readily agreed that it was an excellent idea, and the "Dharmanath Derasar" was duly built and endowed by them, and its consecration was held a couple of days before the consecration of the temple. The "Derasar" is situated in the Nisha Pol precinct of Ahmedabad, in the near vicinity of the Hutheesing temple.
Here is a photo of Karchelia Jain Sangh when Jain Derasar was built in 1930 with the blessings of Vijay Vallabhsuri Maharaj:
Ode has many temples including Ranchhodji's Mandir, Swaminarayan Mandirs (Old, New), Ram Mandir,shiv mandir,Vaishnav Mandir,Jain Derasar Pranami Mandir and many others.
The Jain Temple, Dubai (referred to locally as Derasar) is a house temple (ghar derasar) in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). The temple caters for the large Jain community in the United Arab Emirates and is the only Shewtambar Jain temple in Bur Dubai, where most of the Jains reside. The temple complex has Lord Vimalanatha, the thirteenth Jain Tirthankar as Moolnayak, Lord Parshwanath, the twenty third Tirthankar and Lord Sumatinath, the Fifth Tirthankar.
The campus is spread over 72 acres. It contains kindergarten to 12th grade schools, a Fine Arts College, a teachers training college, a Derasar as well as farms and hostels.
A Jain temple, "Derasar" or "Basadi" is a place of worship for Jains. Jain temples are built with various architectural designs. There are mainly two type of Jain temples:
Its Hindu temples include Jankidas Mandir, Ramji Mandir, Narandev Temple, Goverdhan Mandir, Swaminarayana Mandir, Kabirsahib's Mandir, Pranamy Mandir, Jain Derasar, Ambamata Mandir, Khodiarmata Mandir, Bhadrakalimata Mandir, Bahucharajimata Mandir, Veraimata Mandir, Kaleshrimata Mandir, Totramata Mandir, Dudheshawer Mahadev, and Nilkanth Mahadev.
A house temple (Ghar Derasar or Griha Chaityalaya) is a Jain shrine that is placed within a personal residence. Sometimes it is separate room or structure in a compound.
Simandhar Swami Jain Derasar is located near Modhera cross roads. It is long, broad and high. The central deity ("Moolnayak") of the temple is a high white idol of Simandhar Swami in Padmasna.
Simandhar Swami Jain Derasar, also known as Nandigram Derasar at Nandigram village near Bhilad in Valsad district. A function was organised on Vaisakh Sudh 6th on its foundation day, 10 May 1989. This temple is dedicated to Shri Simandhar Swami who is considered living tirthankar on another world in the Jain mythological universe. Jain saints and devotees over placing ‘dhwaja’ (flag) over temple. Jain devotees from all across the state and Maharashtra were present in huge numbers to celebrate the function under the blessings of Jain saint. Place the ‘dhwaja’ upon the temple. Members of Gogalia Parivar, who happens to be the trustee of the temple
India census, Idar had a population of 29,567. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. Idar has an average literacy rate of 68%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 75%, and female literacy is 61%. In Idar, 13% of the population is under 6 years of age. Jain derasar built on top of the mountain after the death of lord Mahaveer and also the place of shreemad raj chandra the jain saint on gantiya mountain recently in rani lake on the way of idar ambaji state highway the jain derasar built in the centre of rani lake and most beautiful place in idar in monsoon.
There is a Jain derasar, which is a holy place for the Jain. It is located in the center of Delvada. There is a white idol of the Bhagwan Chintamani in the Padmasana posture. It is believed that this temple belongs to the Ajahara group of five Tirthas.
Annigeri ()is the place of birth of the famous Kannada poet Adikavi Pampa (). It is well known for the black stone temple built by the Western Chalukya Empire. known as Amruteshwara Temple. A temple of mythological figures supported by 76 columns, located in the Dharwad district, and has a derasar dedicated to Parshva, the 23rd Tirthankara in Jainism.
This tirtha has a statue of the first Tirthankara, in the lotus position, and the samadhi derasar of Acharyas Rajendrasuri, Yatindrasuri and Vidhyachandrasuri. A fair is held here every year on the fifteenth day of the bright half of the month of Kartika, the month of Chaitra, and the seventh day of the bright half of the month of Pausha.
In 1884, on Margshirsha Shukla 7th, all Jina bimbas including Rishab Bhagwan were established after anjan shalaka by Pujya Gurudev Rajendrasuri ji. Pujya Gurudev declared after puja that this derasar will be called a great pilgrim place. It should be named "Mohankheda" hence after.