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Presence of Padmavati Mata, can be felt here in form of four Miracles

 
 

 
 

Lakki Tree

Origin of Kumudvati River

Moti Lake

Flower Miracle

 
 
 

Link between Parsvnath & Padmavati

 

Once Parsvanath was in deep meditation and in state of complete silence for whole 4 months at a stretch. At that time, kal Samvar Dev saw and recalled his enmity towards Parsvanath or “Marubhuti” in one of his incarnations, in earlier life and saw it as an golden opportunity to seek revenge.
 

Using his, supernatural powers, Kaal Samvar Dev brought forward all kind of fierce and harmful animals such as elephants, lion, leopard and snakes to attack the monk, Parsvanath. When he remained fearless and unmoved, Kaal Samvar made clouds to rain as a result there was a situation of flood all around, all this continued consecutively for 7 days, and ultimately the water level started rising, and slowly and slowly reached Parsvanath’s neck.


Dharendra, noticed from the heaven that Parshavanth his benefactor was going to drown in rising flood water. Immediately, Dharendra and Padmavati decended from heaven and Padmavati made a lotus under him feet so that Lord Parsvanath floats up in the flood water and Dharendra spread his fangs over his head and sides so that he can be protected from the heavy downpour. Then, when all his attempts failed he asked lord to forgive him, and moved from that place. Since that day, Dharendra and Padmavati had the privilege to be Lord Parsvanth’s Yaksh and Yakshni. At that instance, he got “Kewal Gyan”, and hence became a tirthankar.

 

Who are Yaksha &
Yakshni?

Link between Parsvanath & Padmavati

Important Places of
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Intersting folklore of
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