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Kesariyaji Teerth

Kesariyaji Teerth is situated in Risabhadev Town in Rajasthan. The temple is dedicated to the Jain god Adinath Bhagvan. The temple contains 52 pinnacles. The temple boasts of fine artistry and sculptures. The idol of the deity is believed to have been brought from Sri Lanka.

An annual fair is held at Kesariyaji Teerth in the months of February-March. Devotees offer saffron in reverence to the god. The deity is often referred to as Kesariyaji due to the saffron (Kesar, in Hindi) offered to the god. The governing body of this temple is Shri Adhikarishri Bhandar Dhulevshri Risabhdev Mandir Trust.

Updated on 14th October, 2014
District: Udaipur


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