The word Chidayatan has been composed of two separate Hindi words- CHID and AAYATAN. CHID means a substance called the Soul, characterised by its intrinsic quality of perception and AAYATAN means a place. It refers to Chid + Aayatan, which means a place that offers opportunity for one to be encourage to enter his eternal true nature of the soul, aiming for eternal peace and truth.

Chidayatan is a holy place which inspires the individuals to introspect and feel the everlasting peace at the very inner most conscience. It is that utmost sacred place, which motivates one to be introvert in realizing one’s own soul.

Pious Place
Moreover, Chidayatan refers to a pious place which inspires humans to achieve transcendental peace.
Peaceful Haven
Outside of the bustling material life, the soul in search of ultimate peace craves for a secluded place.


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Teerthdham Chidayatan

Shri Shantinath-Akampan-Kahan Digamber Jain Trust “Vimlanchal”, Harinagar, Aligarh – 202001 (Uttar Pradesh) India.


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Teerthdham Chidayatan

Shri Shantinath-Akampan-Kahan Digamber Jain Trust “Vimlanchal”, Harinagar, Aligarh – 202001 (Uttar Pradesh) India.


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ग्रासस्तदर्धमपि देयमथार्धमेव, तस्यापि सन्ततमणुव्रतिना यथद्र्धि:।
इच्छानुरूपमिह कस्य कदात्र लोके, द्रव्यं भविष्यति सदुत्तमदानहेतु:॥

Religion is more precious than wealth for a pilgrim; so spending his wealth for religion provides him ecstasy. A soul devoted to religion feels blissful, “Wow! I am blessed with an opportunity to serve my Dev-Guru-Dharm (Lord-Saint-Religion).

I am blessed… I am entrusted with the work of Dev-Dharm (Lord-Saint).”

According to scriptures we should donate as per our might. If you possess a rupee, donate a paisa; but do it compulsorily and practise to curb your greed.

It should not be a norm to donate only if you are a millionaire and avoid it if you are not rich enough. Actually donation is all about curbing your greed.

-Pujya Gurudev Shree Kanjiswami


Government of India has granted exemption from Income Tax under the Income Tax Act 1961, 80G for every donation
made in favour of Shri Shantinath Akampan Kahan Digamber Jain Trust, Aligarh.


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Teerthdham Chidayatan' complex is considered as one of the largest Jain religious centres of its kind in the country. Come with us for this journey.
It is the auspiciousness of Tirthankar Lord Mahavir, infinit Teerthankara, five supreme beings, Lord manuscript, Pujya Gurudev his follower Champaben and with the help of great personalities that the built Teerthdham Chidayatan is a meditatory land of the followers of truth. This place is not personalized but it belongs to everyone. Chidayatan is ending preaches of omniscience to every person. Omniscience to every person.

Shri Pawan Jain


The reasons for construction of Teerthdham Chidayatan at Hastinapur; Hastinapur is a city, which lies in the Meerut district of Uttar Pradesh. It is known worldwide for its glorious, mythological and historical past, where Lord Shantinath-Kunthunath-Arhnath, were blessed with three titles i.e. Teerthankar, Kamdev and Chakravarti, glorifying the land with their divine emergence and attainment of their four Kalyanaks.

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