September 19, 2021

2 Best Places to Visit in Shajapur

Shajapur PARSHVANATH MANDIR

Top Tourist Attractions in Shajapur

Shajapur is a town in Madhya Pradesh‘s Malwa region in west-central India. It is the administrative centre of the Shajapur district. According to the current regional delineation plan, Shajapur District is part of the Central Madhya Pradesh Plateau- Ratlam Plateau Microregion.

Best Places to Visit in Shajapur

PARSHVANATH MANDIR

This is a well-known mandir in India. The area of this mandir is half the size of Maksi. The panth DIGAMBER-SHWETAMBER, as well as the VAISHANAVI DEVI, have mandirs in Maksi. There is a PARSHAVNATH BHAGWAN murti in the main mandir. The Jain community is divided into two panths: SHWETAMBAR and DIGAMBAR. The Jain teerth is almost 2000 years old. The mandir’s walls are entirely damp.

Raj Rajeshwari Temple

This is SHAJAPUR’s historical site. SHAJAPUR is located on the AGRA-BOMBAY ROAD and on the CHILLER RIVER’S BANK. On the west bank of the river CHILER, RAJRAJESHWARI MATA MANDIR is located. According to legend, MANIBAI PALTAN gave the 4 BHIGA 2 BISAVA 300 years ago in 1781. TARABAI contributed Rs. 4106/- to the construction of this mandir in 1791. The MURTI stands around 6 feet tall. The SABHA MANDAP in front of the mandir was built around 1734. Murtis of RIDDHI-SIDDHI and GANPATI may also be found in that mandir. The area of this mandir is one well. BHAKTAS also established DHARMSALA. ASTHA revolves around this mandir.

Best Time to Visit Shajapur

Anytime

How to Reach Shajapur

By Air

Shajapur does not have regular flights to other major cities in the nation. Devi Ahilya Airport in Indore is 110 kilometres away, while Raja Bhoj Airport in Bhopal is about 160 kilometres away.

By Rail

Shajapur railway station is the district headquarters station for the Shajapur district, and it is part of the Western Railway zone. Berchha and Maksi, two nearby railway stations, are also connected to Shajapur district headquarters.

By Road

Shajapur is on the national route that connects Agra and Bombay (NH-3).

 

Animesh Sharma

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