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Jain Temple - Mumbai

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Ridge Road | Walkeshwar, Mumbai, India
+91 22 2369 2727
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The city's most famous temple was built in 1904 and contains ornate sculptures and paintings.
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
Ridge Road | Walkeshwar, Mumbai, India
Malabar Hill/Peddar Road
+91 22 2369 2727
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A beautiful temple. Was amazed at the structure of how it was built. Everywhwere we walked it just had you memoreised at it all. Allow plenty of time. There is a fee. Keep your eye on the children for it is so big.

Thank Maggie O
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

One of the oldest places of worship for the Jain community in Mumbai. Has some good architecture and can be visited in the morning hours to avoid rush.

Thank vandan1967
Reviewed 31 October 2017

When you want to come out of your nutshell,do visit this place. Its not for a time pass.Place has its own gratitude and peaceful environment.

Thank pramodk888
Reviewed 31 October 2017

This is jain temple, The main deity here is Jain's Shri Adinath Bhagwan. This place is historic, older then 100 years. Very beautifully made. It gives really very positive vibes.

1  Thank Harsh D
Reviewed 14 October 2017 via mobile

If you are tired of the hustle and bustle of the city. Head over to the nearest jain temple and just get lost in the serenity. If you are not into devotion. You might as well like the architecture.

Thank kushagrsinghb
Reviewed 8 October 2017

Our guide to,d us all about the Jain religion, found the people at the temple to be welcoming although we couldn't go inside but lots to see outside and worth a visit

Thank loopylou100
Reviewed 10 August 2017

Very majestic, informative and vibrant. Full of interesting artefacts, lots of people visit the temple so be sure to try and book or at least ask when the place can be visited

Thank Mike R
Reviewed 20 July 2017

This temple was gorgeous to look at and take photos. They ask you to take off your shoes at the entrance, which we did, and they were very used to tourists. The temple is lovely, and the colors are so unique, but they don't let...More

Thank Paula M
Reviewed 18 July 2017

Well maintained and right on the main Ridge road and near teen Batti. Meant for jains, but no restrictions for others. Admire the Culture and templr. Managed by a Trust

Thank BomiPardiwalla
Reviewed 17 July 2017 via mobile

Beautiful must see But tourists are not allowed inside because a group that was disrespectful. So for tourists there is not much to see. But it is still beautiful.

Thank MelFriday
Malabar Hill/Peddar Road
The most prestigious address in Mumbai, Malabar Hill
is a quiet neighbourhood that is a home to the richest
business families and who’s who of the corporate
world. From the lush green Hanging Gardens overlooking
the Queen’s Necklace, to quaint boutiques offering
high fashion, there’s much to explore in this historic
neighbourhood. While Banganga Tank and the Walkeshar
Temple are popular among the pilgrims travelling to
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