Jain Symbol

Illustration

Ibolya Horvath
by Pierre Doyen
published on 21 September 2020
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The Jain symbol at Sonagiri, Madhya Pradesh. Sonagiri has scores of Jain temples dating from the 9th century CE onwards. There are a total of 103 temples with 77 on hill and 26 in the village. The place is considered sacred by devotees. Sonagiri Temple is one of the primary pilgrimage places for the Jain Followers. The word “Sonagiri” means “The Golden Peak.”

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