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Shri Varang Tirth

Mulnayak: Shri Parshvanath Bhagavan,  Khadgasan Posture (Mudra), Black coloured idol.

Tirth Place: The temple is outside the village, in between a pond near to foot of a hill.

History: The temple is oldest among all the temples in Karnataka and at that time there were 60 temples.

Specialty: The specialty of this temple is that it is called as 'Jal Mandir' as it is in water.

Other Temples: Near to this temple there are 2 more Jain temples.

Art and Sculptures:  The art of temple building is simple and is special of its kind.

Guidelines: The nearest railway station is Mangalore, at a distance of 68 kms and from Karkal it is at a distance of 16 kms. From here transport facility i.e. is Bus Stand at a distance of 0.4 kms. The temple can be reached in Mangalore-Shimoga railway travel.

Facilites:  At present there are no facilities of staying etc.

Trust:  Shri Digambar Jain Mandir,
           P.O. Varang,
           Dist. South Karnataka,
           State: Karnataka,
           India.