Shri Neminath Digambar Jain Mandir Navagadh

Shri Neminath Digambar Jain Temple Nawagaad is famous for the ancient and artistic architecture of Lord Neminath. Earlier it was situated in the village of Ukhalad, which is about 2 km from the banks of Purna river. A grand temple was built in Navadgadh in 1931 and this idol was established in this temple. The Nizam immediately gave 10 acres of land to the temple.

The temple of Navagadh is very artistic, vast and very high peak. The main god of Lord Devgiri in this temple is in Padmasana, with a beautiful 3.5 ft high black color and miraculous idol. The inner part of the temple is covered with a mirror and it is very beautiful.

Photo Gallery

  • Temple at Navagadh
  • Mul Nayak Prabhu 1008 Shri Neminath
  • Entrance of Mandir at Navagadh

How to Reach:

By Air

Nearest Air port is Nanded. Navagadh is 50 k.m. away from Nanded

By Train

Nearest Railway Station is Mirkhel. Mirkhel Station is on the Parbhani to Purna Railway Track. You can reach Mirkhel from Hyderabad to Nanded and connecting trains from Nanded to Mirkhel via Purna. Also from Aurangabad to Nanded Passenger Trains stops at Mirkhel.

By Road

Navagadh is 40 k.m. from Parbhani and 60 k.m. from Nanded.