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Gujarati Road, Kochi (Cochin) 682 002, India
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Reviewed 3 days ago

It is a beautiful old (1000+ years) Jain temple You will love to see how pigeons take three rotation of main jain temple before coming to feed grains. You can feed them by your own hands. As this is a temple make sure you are...More

Thank abhish_jain
Reviewed 27 August 2018

The temple is relatively smaller than average Jain temples but given the footfall it is not crowded and you can pray in peace.

Thank Shreyashjain
Reviewed 21 July 2018

We had a nice visit here in the temple and enjoyed the calm atmosphere and the rituals. The place is clean and calm.

Thank shajikaka235
Reviewed 22 May 2018

Passed by this temple which is an interesting architectural site of the Jain faith. Din't expect a temple down the road, so was interesting to check it out.

Thank Harsh_BLR
Reviewed 1 April 2018 via mobile

It’s a simple, peaceful Jain temple with ChandraPrabhu as main deity and few other tirthankras. One can carry rice to feed the pigeons, we reached at noon and lot of birds were around.

Thank Naveen B
Reviewed 21 March 2018

visited in late evening .. place is very close to jew town road where we get spices it is more than 100 yrs old temple ..now declared heritage structure as per administrative officer it takes 30 minutes to vover all idols of various jain deities...More

Thank dkshah
Reviewed 6 March 2018

Lovely welcoming temple, everyone so friendly. Beautiful building. Try and be there for midday as a 20kilo bag of rice is given to the birds daily, the birds know and are waiting nearby to be called

Thank Sue S
Reviewed 22 January 2018

The Jain temple is not far from Mattancherry jetty. It is a beautifully constructed temple worth visiting. A staff attached with the temple will give an introduction about the temple. The entry is free and the best time is to visit is around 12 noon....More

Thank JohnJ4942
Reviewed 29 November 2017

Every day the priests here will bang a gong, summoning hundreds of pigeons to circle the tower three times, before landing to be hand fed. Its an awesome sight.

Thank MoMoLeeds
Reviewed 24 November 2017

The temple has beautiful architecture and it is worth seeing. A woman who spoke english gave us a quick tour of the temple explaining the history and the significance of each god worshipped here. The temple is strict on your dress code so don't wear...More

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