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Address: Kolanupaka Village | Near Aleru Mandal, Nalgonda, India

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the beauty of Kolanpaku jain temple

it is a beautiful temple ,it has more then 1000 years history ,wonderful temple carvings and for those who have never seen jain traditions of worship it is a definite... read more

Reviewed 20 April 2016
Hyderabad, India
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Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

This famous jain temple is located at kolanupaka in alair mandal . But the location is marked at nalgonda town. Which is very misleading

Thank Mynampati D
Sikkim, India
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Reviewed 6 December 2016

Well maintained temple in the midst of serene surroundings for both the devout and non-Jains alike. We were moved by the gesture of fellow pilgrims for having provided fee meals though we are "technically" non-jains. Environment is suffused with serenity, spirituality and peace. Lunch is delicious.

Thank PavalikaV
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Reviewed 25 May 2016

Make sure you add this 'must visit jain temple' in your itinerary, if you are visting yadagirigutta or warangal. its barely 6 kms from ALER, a prominent pit stop enroute warangal. Temple was rebuilt around 90's by artisan's from gujarat and rajasthan and it is well maintained by the management. Don't forget to visit archaeology museum and someshwara temple, which... More 

Thank bhanuprathap
Hyderabad, Telangana, India
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Reviewed 22 May 2016 via mobile

Old,Magically And Historic Jain Temple..Always Feel Peaceful And Blessed Being Here..Silent From City Area..

Thank arihantkatariya
Hyderabad, India
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Reviewed 20 April 2016

it is a beautiful temple ,it has more then 1000 years history ,wonderful temple carvings and for those who have never seen jain traditions of worship it is a definite go, remember few things when u step into the temple , do not disturb the rituals going on maintain a respectful distance from the idols . maintain silence at all... More 

Thank goaway11
Hyderabad, AP
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Reviewed 17 January 2016

Serene and peaceful. The Jain temple just outside of Aler, is on the way to Warangal. The temple features magnificent inlay work in floors, carving in doors and an overwhelming sense of silence. It is a must visit if you are visiting Yadagirigutta or Warangal. Due to religious beliefs in the Jain community, articles made of leather are considered violent... More 

Thank RajibGhosh
new delhi
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Reviewed 20 December 2015 via mobile

Liked the temple. Very well renovated. Clean. The faith of people who were in the temple was quite obvious. Since we are not from the jain faith, we couldn't figure out much and missed some boards/literature /help in the proceedings. One helper did help us in routing us around the temple. One has to change here to temple clothing to... More 

Thank sattalbird
Mumbai (Bombay), India
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Reviewed 22 October 2015 via mobile

I had long wanted to visit this shrine. It hardly took us time to reach there. The idols there of Jain Teerthankars bless everyone and of different shape compared to temples in other part of India. Good arrangement for both boarding & lodging for the devotees.

1 Thank PrasantBhansaali
Mumbai (Bombay), India
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Reviewed 17 September 2015 via mobile

Divine feel as soon as you enter the premises! Nearest rail head from Hyderabad is aler station (90 Kms from Hyderabad) from aler tangawala are available. Facilities at tirth include free food, free stay for a maximum of two nights! However, no one stays for free as such. All pay a donation for welfare of the temple. Because the stay... More 

2 Thank monilshah7
Hyderabad, India
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Reviewed 5 July 2015

A beautiful temple in serene surroundings. While going to Warangal from Hyderabad we stopped at this wonderful location which is little interior from the main road. The temple is very beautiful and has several sculptures in and around. The elephants made with black stone at the entrance invite you inside.There are several small temples inside. I had been to this... More 

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