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Ranila Charkhi-Dadri

Ranila is a village in the Charkhi Dadri district of the Indian state of Haryana. Bhagwan Adinath Digambar Jain Atishaya Kshetra is located at Adinath Puram, Ranilla. The magnificent temple is considered very miraculous. The Moolnayak is an orange color idol with Adinath carved in the center and the rest 23 Tirthankars on 3 sides. It is believed that these idols are 1400–1500 years old.

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Bhagwan Adinath Digambar Jain Temple is located at Adinath Puram, Ranilla. The magnificent temple is considered very miraculous. Ranila has two important red sand stone Jain idols. These idols are dedicated to Adinatha and Goddess Chakreshwari Devi were excavated by Ranjit Singh while working on his field. These images dates back to 6th-7th century. The idol of Adinatha is richly carved with image of Adinatha in center and images of 24 tirthankar in both padmasan and kayotsarga posture. Adinath is depicted with Shrivatsa on chest and carving of bull below the pedestal. The idol has carvings of yaksha, flask bearer, flying couple with garland, asoka tree, tricchatra, elephant and aparaharyas. The idol of adinath is placed inside the temple as mulnayak of the temple and chakreshvari devi is housed inside a smaller shrine. Chakreshvari is depicted in Lalitasana seated on garuda, with multiple hands holding various attributes. There is an image of tirthankar on the head and two attendants on either side of the Chakreshvari image. The temple also has a dharamshala equipped with all modern facilities along with a bhojanalya.

History of Ranila Jain Mandir



This village is located in Charkhi Dadri district of Haryana. 2 October 1991, On Dussehra Jaat Ranjit Singh He was digging a sand dune suddenly his hoe struck against a stone. Despite being tired a curious Ranjit now started hitting his hoe around that stone while muttering something under his breath. That day also, He went there and start digging soil with his hands then he found effigies and he took them with him. Then he found it was statues of Jain Religion, then he decided to build a temple at that place. He got many offers to sell that statue but he stick to his words to make a temple at that particular place. The magnificent temple is considered very miraculous. These idols are dedicated to Adinatha and Goddess Chakreshwari Devi were excavated by Ranjit Singh The idol of Adinatha is richly carved with the image of Adinatha in centre and images of 24 tirthankar in both padmasan and kayotsarga posture Adinath is depicted with Shrivatsa on the chest and carving of bull below the pedestal. The idol has carvings of yaksha, flask bearer, flying couple with garland, Asoka tree, tricchatra, elephant and aparaharyas. The idol of adinath is placed inside the temple as mulnayak of the temple and chakreshvari devi is housed inside a smaller shrine. The miracle about these statues is the saline water of his well is sweet and fresh. All were speculating about the well. They were speculating that what really would be happened that the well which has saline water starts producing sweet freshwater. Villagers were fictionalizing that might be any saint came here and from his blessing water become fresh

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