In Sri Sarvodaya Digambar Jain Temple, A wonderful, beautiful, huge, huge, weighing in the world 24 ton Ashtadhatu statue of the first Tirthankara Param Aradhya 1008 Lord Adinath lotus-crowned (total weight 52 tons) of 28 tons of Ashtadhatu has been established. This temple is golden in the nation and in the world. This Statue were established by Gyanwaridhi Acharya Shri 108 Vidyasagarji Mahamuniraj and Sanghang in the auspicious time of Thursday, November 6, 2006, in the presence of 44 Nirganth munificas.

Magnificent artifacts, such as the construction of the temple, are being done using lime and preserved stones. Iron, cement are not being used at all in the construction of this temple.

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By Air

The nearest airport is Dumna Jabalpur (Jabalpur Airport) in the city of Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh (240 km) which has daily flight service to Delhi and Mumbai. One can easily get taxi from Jabalpur to Amarkantak.

By Train

The nearest railway stations are Pendra Road (Chhattisgarh) and Anuppur 43 km and 75 km. One can easily get taxi from Pendra Road (Chhattisgarh) and Anuppur.

By Road

Amarkantak is very well connected by roads.

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