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Jain pilgrimage

Hastinapur is a beautiful place for various jain temples. Kailash Parvat takes about 30 mins to an... read more

Reviewed 13 April 2017
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Kailash Parvat Digambar Jain Temple

One of the beautiful mandir in Hastinapur. It has beautiful carvings, made up of beautiful stones... read more

Reviewed 24 March 2017
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Apr 13, 2017
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“Kailash Parvat Digambar Jain Temple”
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Reviewed 13 April 2017 via mobile

Hastinapur is a beautiful place for various jain temples. Kailash Parvat takes about 30 mins to an hour to see, jain idols from the past, present and future can be seen in separate 'tonks' on a hill.

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Reviewed 24 March 2017

One of the beautiful mandir in Hastinapur. It has beautiful carvings, made up of beautiful stones , very nice and neat clean temple.

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Reviewed 10 July 2016 via mobile

Must visit this place of you are living near to Delhi. We couple of times visit this place in a year. There are many activities for children like boat ride, elephant on a tractor ride, children train etc. Garden is beautifully maintained. If you are...More

Thank Jitendra C
Reviewed 22 April 2016

Jainism is one of the oldest and unique religion of this World. This place has this Parvat which is part of Jain history in ancient times. Mount Kailash is associated both with Jainism and with Hinduism. The Parvat here, is very attaractive and has others...More

Thank Atul J
Reviewed 11 October 2015 via mobile

Just like the name its lol almost a kailash parvat.. U gotta climb a few stairs and slopes but its totally worth it. its like going to sonagiri . it has all the gods of the jains there. It's very picturesque and worth clicking a...More

Thank manansomani
Reviewed 30 July 2015 via mobile

Unlike other Hindu Relegious places. This is a very clean and tidy region. Tough to walk on slope of around 150 Feet high building. But worth since its get s you good view of surrounding. Nice and clean temple with no one forcing you amor...More

Thank Shekharrathore
Reviewed 8 June 2015 via mobile

I visited this place with my wife not too much to do but you can spend around 2-3 hours in whole jambudeep and hastinapur. If you are a nature lover you will like this place.

Thank Ankur C
Reviewed 7 June 2015 via mobile

I visited this place with my family not too much things to do but you can spend 2-3 hour in jambu deep. you can eat variety of foods on stalls and dhabas.

2  Thank shiprat2015
Reviewed 16 May 2015 via mobile

It was the capital of king Shantanu and later his descendents kauravas and pandavas. This place has witnessed the glory of chandra vanshiya kings and all the good and bad events before mahabharat. Later, jain tirthankars came here and various temples were made. In kailash...More

Thank SanjaiShukla
Reviewed 8 March 2015

Hastinapur is historically Capital of Kaurav and Pandavs the ruler of Mahabharat. However These sites have not been properly devloped. Hastinapur is also birth place of Jain Tirthankars and a famous place of pilgrimages for them .However during recent 20 years several beautiful Jain temple...More

4  Thank sunilagrawa111
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Response from MeerutBhushan | Reviewed this property |
To vis it Hastinapur from Delhi you have to travel through Meerut,Meerut-Bijnour road ,on this road Hastinapur is 35 kms away from Meerut,road is good except a little patch of few km.Plenty of Jain dharamshalas,can easily... More
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