About Pachpadra City

Pachpadra is a village in Barmer district in Indian state of Rajasthan. It is a tehsil headquarters with the same name.One of the famous attractions in the city is the Pachpadra Lake, which is known for salt collection around it. Sodium level of the lake is marked at 98% and it produces high quality salt which is supplied around the world.

  • Pachpadra is also known as pachbhdra because it is a group of five rivers including Saraswati River which is the cleanest river of them all.
  • It has one of the biggest educational institutions in the district - Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya.
  • It also has one of biggest bhawan which is popularly known as Oswal Bhawan in Shiwansi Malani. All the festivals, wedding functions, and other occasions are celebrated there. It was made in 2000 by pachpadra.
  • There is also one popular temple in pachpadra which is known as ‘bhagawati ashram’.
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About Jainism

Jainism is an independent and most ancient religion of India. Jainsim is an eternal religion. Jainism is revealed in every cyclic period of the universe, and this constitutes the pre-historic time of Jainism. And there is a recorded history of Jainism since about 3000-3500 BC.

The discovery of the Indus Civilization seem to have thrown a new light on the antiquity of Jainism. The evidence suggests that Jainism was known among the people of the Indus Valley around 3000-3500 B.C. Some nude figures, considered to be of Lord Rishabha, on the seals have been discovered at Mohenjodaro and Harrappa. There is an article that suggests the representation of the seventh Tirthankara SuParsvanath. The people of the Indus Valley not only practiced Yoga but worshipped the images of Yogis. There are figures in Kayotsarga posture of standing are peculiarly Jain.

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