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About Nakoda Ji:
Nakoda Ji is now not just a temple but a place of faith and worship of Lord Parshvnath and Nakoda Bhairav Ji located in the Barmer District of Rajasthan.
Nakoda BhairavJi is very powerful and benevolent. He protects the Tirth and fulfills the wishes of the worshippers. His miracles are known all over the world. Thousands, of Pilgrims, come here. A fair is held here every year on the tenth day of the dark half of the month of Magasar, the birth – Kalyanak day of Bhagawan Parshvanath.
How to Reach:
It is among the hills in the distant forest at a distance of 12 kilometers from Balotara. Balotara, the nearest railway station, is at a distance of 12 kilometers from this temple. Bus service, and private vehicles from every Tirth in Rajasthan to this place are available. In the compound of the temple there is a Dharmashala with excellent lodging facilities.
- Nakodaji is Considered as ‘Tirupati’ of north west region where people from all states of India come and visit regularly and An Average of Rs. 6,00,000(6 Lakh) is been donated by the Devotees Per Day.
- During The full moon day (poornima) accompanied with a Sunday – The Place is full of Devotees for worship all around the Country.
- The Prasad (Sweet) must be consumed and distributed within the Temple Premises and not to taken out to other place as it is considered as Bad Omen.
About Nakodaji (ref. wikipedia):
Nakoda (Hindi: नाकोडा तीर्थ) is a village in the Barmer District of Indian state of Rajasthan. The village name is Mewanagar in the Rajasthan state Government records. This village was known by the names of Nagara, Viramapura and Maheva at different times in the history. When Nakoda Parsvanatha Jain temple was made this village gained popularity by the name of Nakoda. Nakoda is a holy place of the Jains.
Mulnayak is a nearly 58 cm high black-colored idol of Lord Parshvanath in the Padmasana posture. Today Nakodaji is world wide famous for miracles at Nakodaji.