SHRI SHANTINATH CHIDESH JINALAYA
- Height from the ground level to the pinnacle will be 151 Feet.
- Crest designed in Oddishi craft;
- Jinalaya consisting of three storeys.
There will be stairs to reach the Swadhyaya Mandir and ramps on either sides of the temple.
On the ramp –
- Lord Adinath’s first Parana–Alms-giving pictures
- sketch of Lord Shantinath will be portrayed in fibre glass.
There will be two elevators and two staircases to reach the upper part of the temple above the Swadhyaya Mandir.
- Ground Floor: Chidanand Swadhyaya Mandir – 10780.22 square feet
- First Floor: Shri Shantinath Jinalaya – 9974.56 square feet
- Second Floor: Shri Panch-Parmeshthi Chidesh Jinalaya – 8000.93 square feet
Total Construction: 28755.71 square feet
(The construction of Shri Panch-Parmeshthi Chidesh Jin Temple and the Dome is additional)
- Ground Floor
- First Floor
- Second Floor
GROUND FLOOR – CHIDANAND SWADHYAYA MANDIR
There will be a Chidanand Swadhyaya Mandir (97X50 Feet) in Shri Shantinath Chidesh Jinalaya. The Mandir will have a seating facility for 600 people. This Swadhyaya Mandir will be air conditioned; equipped with all modern amenities like – a projector, Audio and Visual equipments etc.
FIRST FLOOR – SHRI SHANTINATH JINALAYA
The Main Deity of Lord Shri Shantinath of 61 inches height, Lord Kunthunath and Lord Shree Arnath each of 51 inches height created in white marble in sitting posture will adore the altar. Two movable 09 inches high metal idols of Vidhi-Nayak Bhagwan and Seemandhar Bhagwan are proposed to be placed on the altar.
SECOND FLOOR – SHRI PANCH-PARMESHTHI CHIDESH JINALAYA
In this unique Panch-Parmeshthi Jinalaya, the idols of Arhant, Siddha, Acharya, Upadhyay and Sadhu Parmeshthees will be instituted to add to the divine beauty of the temple. There will be a saffron coloured ‘Om’ shaped structure, which will be the centre of attraction. There will be an enormous dome (53 feet high), under which 200 people can worship together. Three urns and the religious flags of Jainism will adore the crest of Panch-Parmeshthi Jinalaya, crafted in Oddishi craft.