Jain Glass Temple : Kanpur
The attractive and historic city of Kanpur is situated on the bank of the holy river Ganges. Kanpur is famous for its cotton and woolen textiles and leather industries. Thousands of tourists from every corner of the world come to the beautiful city of Kanpur. There are large number of religious, historic and holy places in Kanpur.
The tourist spots include Jain Glass Temple, Moti Jale Park, Flower Bagh, Allen Forces Zoo, Jajamau, Sri Radhakrishna Temple (JKTMPL), All Souls Memorial Church, Temple of Lord Hanuman, Kamala Retreat, Nana Rao Park, Gurdwara Banno, Buddha goes on the park, watercourse, and more on the list. One of these places is Jain Glass Temple, Kanpur. The Jain Glass Temple in Kanpur, India is located in Maheshwari Mohall, which is behind the famous Kamala Tower.
Secular Jain Glass Temple, Kanpur Jain was dedicated to devotees and believers of religion. This temple was mainly dedicated to the devotees and disciples of great God Mahavira and the remaining 23 were of Jain Tirthankaras. The temple was built in the old and traditional style of the temples.
Jain Glass Temple, Kanpur is decorated in excellent and complex form of enamel and glass works. Almost entirely in the glass, walls, doors, floors, pillars, panels and ceilings have been beautified in the work of ornate and ornate mirror. The temple has vibrant stained glass murals and wall paintings, which describe the teachings of the revered Jain scriptures.
Jain Glass Temple, Uttar Pradesh has beautiful marble floors and interior decorative arches. The temple contains the statues of Lord Mahavir and 23 Jain Tirthankars, which are placed on a high terrace and covered by an ornate canopy.