2023.04.05 (Vrindavan Today News): The Jain Circuit in Mathura District is now fully operational, providing devotees with access to vital information about Jain sect temples. District Magistrate Pulkit Khare, accompanied by Jain religious leaders, inaugurated the circuit on the auspicious occasion of Mahavir Jayanti at NIC. The circuit provides devotees with access to vital information about Jain sect temples, including time tables, contact numbers, managers, and more, through the district’s mathura.nic.in website.
Additionally, the website will also offer information about Lord Krishna’s temples, restaurants, hotels, parks, and parking areas, among other things. The arrangement is expected to make it easier for devotees to plan their visits to the district and ensure that they have access to accurate information.
District Magistrate Pulkit Khare emphasized the importance of providing online services to devotees, citing the convenience of being able to have online darshan of Banke Bihari, Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi, Dwarkadhish, Radharani, and Dauji temples in Mathura district through a digital medium. The district’s online services also include online booking, providing devotees with a modern and convenient way to access various services.
During the inauguration ceremony, dignitaries from the Jain society, along with District Tourism Officer DK Sharma and Amit Jain, were present to express their appreciation for the initiative. They believe that the Jain Circuit and online services will greatly benefit devotees coming to the district.
The Jain Circuit includes several ancient Jain temples, such as the Shri Jambu Swami Nirvana Sthal Digambar Jain Mandir, Chaurasi Krishnanagar NH-19, Shri Chandraprabhu Panchayati Jain Mandir, Chowk Bazar Jain Gali Ghiya Mandi, and the Shri 1008 Adinath Digambar Jain Temple, Chipi Gali, Vrindavan, among others. Information about these temples is readily available on the district’s mathura.nic.in website, making it easier for devotees to plan their pilgrimage.
Overall, this initiative is expected to make it easier for devotees to plan their pilgrimage to Mathura district, while ensuring that they have access to reliable and authentic information.