The salvation place of Mahavirji, the originator of Jain religion, is located at
  • a)
    Maner
  • b)
    Rajgir
  • c)
    Pavapuri
  • d)
    Jalan Fort
  • e)
    None of the above
Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?

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Sushil Solanki
Feb 15, 2022
The salvation place of Mahavir Ji, the originator of the Jain religion is Pavapuri. Pavapuri is located in the Nalanda district of Bihar. Pavapuri is a sacred place in the Jainism as it was a cremation area of Mahavir Ji. The Jal Mandir meaning Water Temple, also known as Apapuri, in Pawapuri, meaning a town without sins, in the Indian state of Bihar, is a highly revered temple dedicated to Lord Mahavira, the 24th Tirthankara.
Hence, the correct option is (c).

The salvation place of Mahavir Ji, the originator of the Jain religion is Pavapuri. Pavapuri is located in the Nalanda district of Bihar. Pavapuri is a sacred place in the Jainism as it was a cremation area of Mahavir Ji. The Jal Mandir meaning Water Temple, also known as Apapuri, in Pawapuri, meaning a town without sins, in the Indian state of Bihar, is a highly revered temple dedicated to Lord Mahavira, the 24th Tirthankara.Hence, the correct option is (c).
The salvation place of Mahavir Ji, the originator of the Jain religion is Pavapuri. Pavapuri is located in the Nalanda district of Bihar. Pavapuri is a sacred place in the Jainism as it was a cremation area of Mahavir Ji. The Jal Mandir meaning Water Temple, also known as Apapuri, in Pawapuri, meaning a town without sins, in the Indian state of Bihar, is a highly revered temple dedicated to Lord Mahavira, the 24th Tirthankara.Hence, the correct option is (c).