Also known as Navagraha Teertha Kshetra, Navagraha Jain Temple is an important Jain pilgrim center in North Karnataka, located near Hubli.
Navagraha Jain Temple has a 61-foot monolithic idol of Shri 1008 Bhagavan Parshvanath along with smaller statues of eight other Tirthankaras. Each statue is given the name of a planet. The statue of Parshvanath is built on a raised platform with petal-shaped edges. The combined height of the pedestal and statue is 33.2 meters.
Nearby: Sanjivini Tree Park (33 Kms), Attiveri Bird Sanctuary (26 Kms), Utsav Rock Garden (23 Kms), and Nrupatunga Hill (20 Kms) are some of the best nearby attractions to visit along with the Temple.
How to reach the Temple: Navagraha Jain Temple is located at Varur, 16 Kms from Hubli and 392 km from Bengaluru. The nearest Airport and Railway Station is at Hubli. Taxis can be hired from Hubli to reach the Temple. Buses are also available.
Stay: Hotels are available near NH 48 and Hubli city has budget, midrange, and luxury hotels.