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Worthwhile to visit if you can get past the sadness, good to know that they are being cared for! The Jain community cares for the sick and injured birds, and asks for donations to help defray their costs.
This is one of its kind hospital for birds located within the Jain Temple premises. Once I took an injured sparrow there, admitted it and made a donation. If you find any injured bird, do bring it here.
The hospital is established in 1929 behind Shri Digambar Jain Lal temple. This hospital has all facilities for treatment of wounded birds free of cost. Anyone can bring wounded/injured birds here and get a receipt after the bird is admitted. So, whenever you see an...More
The bird hospital is located in the middle of a temple (no shoes allowed). Just go and look at the various birds being taking care of. The people taking care of the birds were a bit annoyed at is looking at what they were doing...More
It is an odd experience but we loved how much they care for the birds and Jains feeding birds had been a big part of our India trip.
An interesting experience that I am pleased we had. They will make you take your shoes off...More
This was not part of our tour but I think the guide realised I was an animal lover after seeing the way I reacted to the street dogs. He asked if my friends and I would like to visit and we agreed. I have read...More
Ok it's a unique kind of concept, a bird hospital, but as a visitor there is very little to see, just some metal cases with birds, mainly pigeons, a few rabbits, all in a very confined space, quite smelly too...in just a few minutes your...More