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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

 
 
 

Story of Snake Couple

 
 

Parshvanath gradually attained youth. At this juncture of his life an incident occurred which became very famous and spread far and wide. Once along with his friends, he went to roam around in the jungle, and saw an ascetic, named Mahipal, had burnt few logs of woods, and was performing penance. Prince Parshva with his strong vision saw a pair of serpents burning in the log of wood. Prince Parshva immediately informed about this blunder to the ascetic, on hearing this he became ferocious and said since he is jealous and doesn’t want him to succeed in the ritual, that’s the reason that he is saying like this and without giving any ear to Prince Parshva’s request he continued the penance. Then Prince Parshva forcibly cut the log of woods and saw a pair of serpents almost burnt and nearing to death, on seeing this he recited "Namokar Mantra" to the pair and few vows on immortality, as a result after their death they became God Dharnendra and Goddess Padmavati in next incarnation.
Instead of feeling remorse for the dying snake, Kamath was very annoyed by the interference of Prince Parshva, but was powerless at that time. He resolved to seek revenge, and at end of his life, in his next birth he incarnated as “Kaal Samvar Dev.”
Prince Parshva went all around the kingdom observing all the miseries, and sorrows that living beings have to experience in their worldly life. Prince Parshva developed a high degree of detachment towards worldly possession and relationships. At the age of 30, he renounced all his possessions and his family, to become a monk. This ceremony of taking Diksha is also known as “Tap Kalyanak” or “Diksha Kalyanak”; on the same day he was named as Parshvanath from Prince Parshva.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Incarnations of Parsvanath

Conception & Dreams

Birth

Story of Snake Couple

 
 
 
 
 

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