A popular tourist city situated in the Nagaur district of Rajasthan, Ladnun attracts a large number of tourists from India and abroad as well. Erstwhile known as Chanderi Nagari, this city is also the birthplace of the highly honored personality Acharya Tulsi, who founded the Jain Vishva Bharati University and Anuvrata. Apart from a rapidly growing city with modern facilities and infrastructure, Ladnun is one of the most visited places of pilgrimage by the Jain community; the first place goes to Shri Mahaveerji. It is often called as the "City of Jain Temples". There are many Hindu and Jain temples made of marble and are ideal spots for sightseeing with family and friends in Ladnun. If you are planning a visit to this charming city, then choose the best Ladnun holiday packages and get ready to explore the spirituality and magnificent temple architecture of this city!
Mid-March - end June
June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm-325 cm
Late November To Mid-February
Jain Vishva Bharati University:
It is a popular academic organization, which was established in the year 1970 here. Erstwhile known as the Jain Vishva Bharati Institute, this centre of learning was founded by Acharya Tulsi (head of the Jain Terapanth). The vast campus and its spirituality based education system lure a huge of tourists.
Digambar Jain Bara Temple:
One of the most famous tourist attractions of Ladnun, Digambar Jain Bara Temple was built on Ashad Sukla 8, in the year 1136. It is famous for engraved pillars, beautiful idols of Jain Tirthankaras, a rare collection of art and ancient Jain manuscripts. It also has two vedica chambers, where visitors can see the idols of second Tirthankara and sixteenth Tirthankara, Ajitnathji and Santinathji, respectively.
It is the most ancient dargah situated in the city of Ladnun. Inscriptions dating back to the Islamic year Hijri 772 are on display for tourists here.
This sanctuary is situated at a distance of 25 KM from Ladnun. It is famous for housing the most elegant antelopes of India, 'Black bucks'. Bird lovers can catch views of the migratory Birds like demoiselle cranes in the month of March which come from Eurasia. Other than black bucks, travelers can also spot here desert cats, desert foxes, partridges and sand grouse all around the year. This sanctuary is popular for a unique type of grass called 'Mothiya' (in the local language and literally meaning pearl). The seeds of the grass look like pearls and have a sweet taste. This means when you are here, you must mark a visit to this wildlife sanctuary on your Ladnun tour itinerary.
Other Tourist Attractions in and around:
Ramanand Goushala, Chandrasagar Smarak Temple, Adinath Mandir, Neelkanth Mahadev Temple and Sadhvi Pannaji ki Samadhi, Salasar Dham (37 KM from Ladnun), Karant Balaji, Umarshahpir Dargah, Vir Balaji Mandir and Arya Samaj Mandir are some of the popular tourist attractions in and around Ladnun.