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Jodhpur Jain Pilgrimage Tour

Jainism is a non-religious sect of Hinduism whose principles include non-violence, vegetarianism, and peaceful coexistence. The Digambara (sky-clad) Jain monks follow the doctrine of Ahimsa and are strict lacto-vegetarians. Many followers belong to the merchant caste of Vaishya and excel in their business activities. We offers you a pilgrimage tour to visit some of Jain pilgrimage sites, situated at Palitana, Ranakpur, Girnar, Mt. Abu, Udaygiri and Chandwad. A Jain monk, who as per the beliefs went to several pilgrimages, started the Jain pilgrimage tour to holy destinations. In this tour a mix of historical, archaeological and fun filled adventures are being combined in best possible ways. We provide Best Taxi Service in Jodhpur.

Jodhpur is a great tourist place for visiting both by domestic and foreign tourists. As we all know Jodhpur is one of the finest holiday place in India. It provides great atmosphere to spend holidays. Lot of people visit jodhpur every year. The religious city of Jodhpur in Rajasthan is the home to a huge number of Jain temples and Jain pilgrimage tour jodhpur. This ancient city has been around for more than 4000 years and still has many intricately carved Jain temples with intricate carvings and architecture.

Your knowledge on Jainism is limited to the scriptures that you read and maybe a book published long ago by your teacher. On the other hand, some of you might be accustomed with the history of Jainism on a superficial level. At least, this would be my guess if each time you plan for a tour or pilgrimage to discover the history and traditions of Jainism, you are disappointed by not finding any source of genuine information. Jodhpur is a beautiful city in the state of Rajasthan, India. It is a well known pilgrimage and touristic place, due to its historical monuments. Most of them date back to the period of the Jain kings in the region.

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