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peak of concentration

great place to move around in gridih, view is awesome there. one of the best place i have seen in... read more

Reviewed 30 May 2018
Abhishek J
Dharmik sthal

I visited sametshikhar ji last year with my family teenagers friends and many other from Jain... read more

Reviewed 20 May 2018
AKSHAT J
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Reviewed 30 May 2018

great place to move around in gridih, view is awesome there. one of the best place i have seen in gridih. crowd is also good there. lots of more things to see near by. foods available nearby for picnic and other small treats

1  Thank Abhishek J
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Reviewed 20 May 2018 via mobile

I visited sametshikhar ji last year with my family teenagers friends and many other from Jain society this is very cool place there is many Jain temples this is a darmik sthal so I suggest you you are from Jain community or not you must...More

1  Thank AKSHAT J
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Reviewed 1 January 2018

Visited from 21/12/2017-24/12/2017 A place to visit even for Non-Jains. Accommodation in Uttar Pradesh Bhawan 10/10. Food (Veg Thali) in UPB canteen Rs.80/- (reasonable & food quality excellent). Kudos to UPB for the hot water at 01:30 am. Physical exertion compensated by mental & spiritual...More

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Reviewed 2 July 2017 via mobile

Great piece of inner satisfaction, Cool environment, tough trekking, avoid during March April of months, it's different experience to see all trithankar of Jain God. One can buy lots of herb from here, accommodation are not at par, start your journey by 4am so that...More

1  Thank Ash K
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Reviewed 24 June 2017

A Jain's life is incomplete without a visit to this holy place. The feeling one experiences on landing at Sammedha Shikarji is inexpressible. The moment you step into this land you get a unique feeling from within. The numerous Jain temples, Jain monks and nuns,...More

1  Thank nitinhp
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Reviewed 21 May 2017 via mobile

A holy place... Mecca of Jainism.... A tourist destination too....due to the sightly temples.....and the fun trek of 27 kms that one can undertake solo without a guide.....safely in the company of many Jain brothers and sisters..... A wonderful experience for the body, mind and...More

1  Thank mbachhawat
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Reviewed 8 May 2017 via mobile

One of the must visit temple of Jain Community is Sammed Shikharji is situated at Parasnath Hills.Stay can be done at Madhuban Area with many Dharamshala available at nominal charges.Reach by evening so one can take rest n start the early morning trip around 2.00am...More

Thank NitinKothaari
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Reviewed 22 July 2016

"Shikarji" holds utmost importance in Jain Mythology. Out of 24 Tirthankara, 20 have attained ultimate salvation from this mountain and hence its importance. The foothills can be accessed comfortable via "Parasnath" Railway station in Isri or by road from Ranchi/ Dhnabd/ Kolkatta. Its a 10...More

1  Thank Akizel
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Reviewed 23 June 2016 via mobile

This place is of high importance for Jainism. All the tirthankara except first attained enlightenment here. Lots of dharamsala are there for stay. Place is too much crowded during festivals. Also, do visit bhomiyaji temple situated at the foot of hill.

Thank Abhishek L
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Reviewed 16 January 2016 via mobile

Visited shikhar ji immediately after Deepawali with family. It was a religious trip of Jain pilgrimage situated at Bihar and Jharkhand, by car. Started from bodhgaya, veerayatan, kundalpur, rajgir, pawapuri, gunawa ji, kshatriyakund, rijuvalika and shikhar ji. It took 5 days. We stayed at a...More

4  Thank Satish J
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