PRESIDING DEITY AND LOCATION :
Sri Amizara Parshvanath Bhagwan in white color, seated in a lotus posture, of height 137 Cms in a shrine in one moholla of Amizara village. (Shve).
ANTIQUITY AND SALIENT FEATURES :
The ancient name of Amizara was Kundanpur. From the inscription on the idol, it is learnt that this divine and miracle working idol of Sri Parshvanath Bhagwan was ceremonially installed by Sri Vijaysomsuriji Acharya’s own hands on Magh Krishna Tritya, in Vikram year 1548.
Once, from the idol, ami oozed out in great quantity and it continued doing so for long and several times thereafter. The devotees therefore started calling the idol as that of Amizara Parshvanath Bhagwan. When Kundanpur village later came under the authority of Scindhia Kings, the king being impressed with there miraculous happenings changed the name of the village to that of Amizara.
The idol is strikingly pretty and full of all facets of beauty. There is no other temple nearby.
APPROACH – ROUTE :
The nearby railway station of Indore is 88 Kms away and the large town of Dhar is 32 Kms away and the shrine Mohankheda is 25 Kms away. From both these places buses and taxis are available and there is a tar road upto the temple.
AMENITIES FOR JAIN PILGRIMS :
Nearby the temple there is a dharamshala and Upashraya where water and electricity only are available.
MANAGED BY :
Sri Amizara Parshvanath Swetamber Temple
P.O. Amizara – 454 441 .
Dist : Dhar , Madhya Pradesh,
Tel: 07292 – 61444 (P.P)
07292 – 32401 (Rajgadh Village).