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Address: Teerthraj Gajpantha, Nashik 422001, India

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Nice place to visit with family and friends.....beautiful temple....you have climb around 300-350 stairs...the temple is on the top of the hill....best time to visit is winter and... read more

Reviewed 8 February 2017
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Mumbai, India
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Reviewed 8 February 2017

Nice place to visit with family and friends.....beautiful temple....you have climb around 300-350 stairs...the temple is on the top of the hill....best time to visit is winter and monsoon so that you can enjoy the great view....you can carry tiffins have darshan and can enjoy the lunch....must visit place......

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Nashik, India
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Reviewed 12 August 2016

Just about 6 kms from the city of Nasik is a hill that is home to some beautiful Jain caves dating back to 3rd/4th century AD. These are locally known as Chambhar leni or Chamar leni and is an important religious site for the Digambar Jain community. There are more than 400 steps that lead up to the caves that... More 

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Ahmedabad, India
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Reviewed 22 June 2016

This place is situated on the hill name Gajpanth. 400 steps are there to reach this caves. Many olds god idols carved here in the caves. Very much popular in Digamber jain community. Anajaneri caves are just 16 kms away from this caves.

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2 Thank kvs05
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Reviewed 28 May 2016

Chambharlena is one among such sacred spot is Teerthraj Gajpantha, which is a holy places of the Jains and Chambharlena caves are a portion of this famous place. Placed atop of the hill at an elevation of 400 feet, commands a panoramic sight of the valley below. These cave offers a tranquil ambience suitable for rumination. Gajapantha Teerth where the... More 

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Nashik, India
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Reviewed 31 October 2015

Its an ancient piece of history and has lot of significance for the Jain devotees.. While the climb is bit difficult with the step, but totally worth it...

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Pune, India
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Reviewed 25 October 2015

great to see such level of history architecture and culture in India, one of the best caves to visit.

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Thank Prabir7000
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Reviewed 1 September 2015 via mobile

In the mahasrul village ryt outside nashik on dindori road are the beautiful cave temples for jains called as gajpantha teerth. The caves are at the top of the hill..there is a steep climb above the hill of almost 450 steps..last few are very cumbersome. After reaching the top there are 5 cave temples which belong to various jain lords.... More 

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Thank Nitish J
Rajahmundry, India
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Reviewed 10 April 2015

On the end of nasik on dindori side, this is a difficult climb, especially the last 5 steps are very difficult due to the height & the position, it is supposed to be Jain caves, but you can not really differentiate between Buddha caves & jain caves,caves are not in good state, this is ok if you want to test... More 

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Bengaluru, India
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Reviewed 12 March 2015

Nasik city in Maharashtra is proud of possessing popular shrines of many religions. Among score of shrines the temple of Teerthraj Gajpantha pilgrimage dot is found in Chambharlena caves on the hill top at an elevation of 400 feet with attractive landscape of the valley on it’s beneath. These caves present a peaceful atmosphere for calm meditation. Chambharlena caves are... More 

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Nasik
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Reviewed 3 February 2013

good for exercise and its near from my home too.Mahavir's idol is very huge nearly touching the ceiling and will surely impress everyone.visit before sunset as door has to be closed.you may use backside road for trekking to highest peak.

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