Shirlal is a small village situated below the Sahyadri Hills (Western Ghats) in the Coastal region of Karnataka State of India. One of the main attractions here is the approximately 300 years old Shirlal Jain temple whose main diety is Ananthanatha Swamy and godess Padmavati Devi
Sorrounded by serene beauty of nature this holy place the Basadi (Jain Temple) has a spacious Gopura, a community hall with a capacity of 750 members and a dining hall, a plantation of Areca, Rubber, Cashewnut and Coconut, a well equipped guest house as well as the main attraction the three statues of Bharata, Bahubali and Adinatha thirthankara.
Shirlal Jain temple is a perfect spiritual holiday spot for the Jain community. Read More >>