Sri Mandavgarh Teerth Mandavgarh is located within the walls of the city of Mandu. The temple is one of the few heritages of Hindu origin that survive to this day. Mandavgarh has also been known as Mandu and the “city of joy” at various points in time. What remains a constant irrespective of the name is the grandeur within the city walls.
Adding to this grandeur and resplendent heritage that is Mandu, is this temple, Sri Mandavgarh Teerth. The temple is unique, and oft visited to see the white idol within the sanctum sanctorum of the temple. The temple idolizes Sri Suparshwanath Bhagwan. The Lord is portrayed in a padmasana posture.
The temple is worth a visit not only to witness a tradition hundreds, if not thousands, of years old; but also because it is a well maintained temple. Sri Jain Shwetambar Teerth Pedhi is responsible for the management of the temple, along with the surrounding bhojanshala and dharmashala.