ACHALGADH TIRTH  
   
achalgadh

The tirtha is situated in the castle got constructed by Rana Kumbha on the highest peak of Mount Abu. It gives a unique type of experience of spiritualism to pilgrims because of the charming nature all-around and complete peace. In the tirtha we have an idol of MULANAYAKA Shri Adishvar Bhagavan; of golden colour, about 1.5 metre in height, of metal and in Padmasana posture. This castle was constructed by Rana Kumbha in V.S. 1509. The temple of Chaumukhiji was constructed by Sahasa, the son of Sanghavi Saliga, an inhabitant of Achalgadh.

 

He also got carved a metal idol of Rishabhdeva Bhagavan and got it ceremoniously inaugurated on the forth day of the dark half of Vaishakh in V.S. 1518, as one record tells us. The idol at the entrance in the eastern direction was constructed by the Sangha of the village. The idol of MULANAYAKA Shri Adishvar Bhagavan was constructed by Karmade and was ceremoniously installed in V.S. 1518. The extremely lovely idol of MULANAYAKA Shri Adishvar Bhagavan was ceremoniously installed in V.S. 1529, at the auspicious hands of Shri Lakshmisagarasuriji. All these idols equal in shape and size, are simply majestic and attractive. We also find an idol of Pundarikaswami. There are three other temples also.