PRESIDING DEITY AND LOCATION :
Sri Parshvanath Bhagwan in white color, seated ina lotus posture in a shrine at Brahmapuri area of the village Kimvarly. (Shve).
ANTIQUITY AND SALIENT FEATURES :
On the seat of the Presiding Deity, there is an inscription dated Vikram year 1132. This shows that the shrine belongs to an earlier period. On one of the pillars, there is an inscription dated Falgun Sukla 10 in Vikram year 1132. From stone inscriptions, indications are available that renovations of the temple were carried out in Vikram years 1764 and 1903.
Every year on Magsar Sukla 11, a flag is hoisted on the mast of the temple Sikhar.
There is no other temple in the immediate vicinity.
APPROACH – ROUTE :
The nearby railway station of Abu road is 10 Kms away where taxis and buses are available. The public bus stand of Amthala is 1 ½ Km away. Cars can go upto the temple. Road being narrow, buses have to be parked at a distance of 400 meters from the temple .
AMENITIES FOR JAIN PILGRIMS :
There is one Upashraya where there are no arrangements for lodging. It is advisable and convenient to stay at Abu Road and visit this place.
MANAGED BY :
Sri Jain Swetamber Moortipujak Sangh Pedhi
Sri Parshvanath Bhagwan Jain Mandir
P.O. Kimvarly – 343 041 (via: Abu Road)
Dist : Sirohi , Rajasthan .