Lodrava Jain Temple

Built in the 10C under the rawal Devaraja, Lodrava Jain temple was sacked in the 11C by the troops of Mahmud of Ghazni, and subsequently restored in the 18C. A torana opens onto the temple of Parshvanatha, dedicated to the 23rdtirthankara, which is surrounded by four secondary sanctuaries. Sculpted in the crumbly stone of the region, the external statuettes and bas-reliefs have been badly damaged over the centuries. On the other hand, the interior boasts a beautiful dome adorned with a cul-de-lampe sculpted from a single stone. The cella houses a statue of the "ford-builder" sage.

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