ujarat’s city of oil, Ankleshwar is renowned for Shri Ankleshwar Tirth that includes four Digambar Jain temples including the temple of Chintamani Parsvanath. The Chintamani Parsvanath Temple is home to the brown coloured 150 metres high idol of God Chintamani Parsvanath, which draws pilgrims from various parts of the country. It is not only the Jains who visit this temple, but people from all religion are welcome here to get relieved of their worries and anxieties.
The other Jain temples in this region are the Mahavir Swami Mandir, Adinath Mandir and Neminath Mandir, of which the temple of Mahavir is the largest one. There is a belief that the idols of Sheetalnath, Parsvanath and Nandi were discovered two kilometres away in the Raskunda area.
When they were being brought to Ankleshwar, the cart carrying them stopped at the spot where the existing temple is located. Ankleshwar is also famous as it was the place where Bhootbali and Pushpa Danta, who were followers of the Pargami Acharya Dharsen resided for four months or Chatumasa and planned their srut prachar