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The Dilwara Temples or Delvada Temples are a group of svetambara Jain temples located about 2+1⁄2 kilometres from the Mount Abu settlement in Sirohi District, Rajasthan's only hill station. The earliest were built by Vimal Shah and supposedly designed or at least financed by Vastupala, Jain minister of Dholka. They date between the 11th and 16th centuries, forming some of the most famous monuments in the style of Māru-Gurjara architecture, famous for their use of a very pure white marble and intricate marble carvings. They are managed by Seth Shri Kalyanji Anandji Pedhi, Sirohi and are a pilgrimage place for Jains, and a significant general tourist attraction. Although Jains built many temples at other places in Rajasthan, the Dilwara temples are believed to be the most impressive.

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  • The Dilwara Temples or Delvada Temples are a group of svetambara Jain temples located about 2+1⁄2 kilometres from the Mount Abu settlement in Sirohi District, Rajasthan's only hill station. The earliest were built by Vimal Shah and supposedly designed or at least financed by Vastupala, Jain minister of Dholka. They date between the 11th and 16th centuries, forming some of the most famous monuments in the style of Māru-Gurjara architecture, famous for their use of a very pure white marble and intricate marble carvings. They are managed by Seth Shri Kalyanji Anandji Pedhi, Sirohi and are a pilgrimage place for Jains, and a significant general tourist attraction. Although Jains built many temples at other places in Rajasthan, the Dilwara temples are believed to be the most impressive.
  • Die Dilwara-Tempel bei Mount Abu im indischen Bundesstaat Rajasthan gehören zu den Höhepunkten jainistischer Kunst; sie sind eine bedeutende Pilgerstätte für Jainas aus ganz Indien.
  • Dilwara – niewielka miejscowość w indyjskim stanie Radżastan, w pobliżu góry Abu, słynąca z zespołu pięciu świątyń dżinijskich zbudowanych z marmuru przez Ćalukjów w okresie od XI do XIII w. Ośrodek ten stanowi ważne centrum pielgrzymkowe.
  • Los templos de Dilwara se encuentran a unos 2½ kilómetros del monte Abu en Rajastán. Estos templos jainistas fueron construidos por Vimal Shah y diseñados por , ministros jainistas de Dholka, ​ entre los siglos XI y XIII y son famosos por su uso del mármol y las intrincadas tallas de mármol. Los cinco templos de mármol de Dilwara son un lugar sagrado de peregrinación de los jainistas. Algunos los consideran uno de los lugares de peregrinación jainistas más bellos del mundo. ​ Los templos tienen una entrada opulenta, la simplicidad en la arquitectura refleja valores jainistas como la honestidad y la frugalidad. Los templos se encuentran en medio de una serie de colinas boscosas. Una pared alta rodea el complejo de los templos.
  • Il complesso di templi giainisti Dilwara si trova in India ed è ubicato a circa 2½ kilometri dalla città di Mount Abu in Rajasthan. Il tempio venne fatto costruire da Chalukya fra l'XI e il XIII secolo. Il complesso templare è famoso nel mondo per l'utilizzo particolare del marmo. I cinque templi di marmo di Dilwara sono un luogo sacro e meta di pellegrinaggio dei giainisti. Alcuni li considerano uno dei luoghi di pellegrinaggio gianista più bello del mondo. I templi di marmo hanno una porta di accesso opulenta e la semplicità in architettura che riflette i valori gianisti, come l'onestà e la frugalità. I templi sono nel bel mezzo di una serie di colline boscose. Un alto muro avvolge il complesso del tempio.
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