Hastinapur Jain Temple


It is situated in district Meerut & connected through Meerut-Bijnor Road, about 37 kms. from Meerut and 100 kms. from Delhi. It has been the silent witness to the majestic, grandeur, royal conflicts and princely anecdotes of Pandavas & Kauravas. It was also known as capital city of Pandavas and Kauravas at the time of Mahabharata. Sites related to Mahabharata spread across the Hastinapur like Vidurr Tila, Pandaveshwar Temple, Baradri, Draunadeshwar Temple, Karna Temple, Draupadi Ghat and Kama Ghat etc. Hastinapur is also a sacred place for Jain devotees. A number of masterpieces of architecture and center of great faith of Jain religion are also worth visiting here like – Jambudweep Jain Temple, Shwetambar Jain Temple, Prachin Digambar Jain Temple, Astapad Jain Temple and Shri Kailash Parvat Jain Temple Etc. Along with Sumeru Parvat and Kamal Temple in Jambudweep Jain Temple and whole premises of the Temple is worth a visit.

As being the birth place of Panch Pyare Bhai Dharam Singh, one of the five disciples of Guru Govind Singh Ji, Hastinapur is also a center of great faith for Sikh devotees. The Gurdwara at Saifpur Karamchandpur is a center of great devotion and faith for Sikh religion. Besides known for sacred place & historical palaces, Hastinapur is also known for its wildlife attraction, as sanctuary nearby is full of Flora and Fauna diversity, a center of wildlife tourism and adventure, ecotourism and related activities. Lodging and fooding facilities are also available in Hastinapur. Rest house of department of forest and guest house of P.W.D. with Jain Dharamshalas offers good lodging and fooding facilities there.

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How to Reach:

By Air

Nearest Airport is at New Delhi.

By Train

Nearest Railway station is at 42 KM distance at Meerut.

By Road

Nearest Bus Stand is at 38 KM distance at Meerut.