Thousand Pillars Jain Temple, Mangalore

About Thousand Pillars Jain Temple

Dedicated to Shri Chandranath, a renowned Jain saint, this Jain temple is built in Nepalese style of architecture during the latter half of 15th century. Located in Moodabidire, the temple is adorned with carvings on its walls and pillars.

Entry
Free.

Timing
During day.

Visit duration
2 to 3 hours.

Address
Thousand Pillars Jain Temple, Moodabidri, Mangalore, Karnataka, India.

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