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|Architecture and culture|
|Important festivals:||Mahavir Jayanti|
|Number of temples:||1|
|Governing body:||Mallinath Trust|
Nearly 76 centimetres (2.49 ft) high, black-colored idol of Bhagawan Adinath in the Padmansana posture.
Also known as Kesariyaji, it is inside the large fort in the Bibrod village.
There is an inscription that his idol belongs to a period earlier than even the thirteenth century. The idol is so artistic that by merely seeing it, one can guess its antiquity. A fair is held here from the tenth day to the fifteenth day of the dark half of the month of Magasar. Thousands of devotees come here to worship God with devotion.
Works of art and Sculpture
On seeing this ancient, beautiful and peaceful posture of God, the heart of pilgrims leaps up with a powerful impulse of devotion. It is difficult to find elsewhere such an idol made of sand. The scene of the pinnacles of the temple inside the fort is delightful to see. The idol is of special artistry.
The nearest railway station of Ratlam is at a distance of 8 kilometers from here. Bus service and private vehicles are available. Board and lodging provisions are there.
Jain Svetambar Murtipujak Jinalay, Mallinath Trust, Choumukhipul, Bibrod, Ratlam, Madhya Pradesh, India.