'Teerthdham Mangalayatan' is a Jain pilgrimage complex, promoted and developed by Shri Adinath Kund-KundKahan Digamber Jain Trust, at Aligarh, India. It is not just a group of temples, it is actually the realization of a broad socio-religious concept that encompasses devotion, social service, education and socio-religious research activities.
The temple-cum-research complex is situated on the Agra Road (Aligarh-Agra Highway), at a distance of around 13 kilometres from Aligarh and spans over an area of 16 Acres. The Temple complex includes 5 temples within the complex area:
- Bhagvan Aadinath Mandir
- Bhagvan Mahaveer Mandir
- Bhagvan Bahubhali Mandir
- Manstambh Mandir
- Jinvani Mandir
- A unique man-made hill called KailashParvat on which Bhagwan Aadinath resides. Several pilgrimage sites including Sammedshikhar, Girnargiri, Champapuri, Pavapuri, Sonagiri and Songarh are also situated.
- Bhagwan Mahavir Temple encrypted with Samaysaar on its walls.
- Bhagwan Bahubali Temple encrypted with Moksha marg Prakashak and Chahdhaala.
- Pandit Daulatram Jinvaani Templeand preservation of old sacred Jain literature.
- Acharya Samant bhadra Meditation Centre.
- Pt. Kailsh Chanda Pravchan Mandap
- Dhanya Munidasha – Glimpses of Ascetic life of Jain Munis.
- Bhagwan Shri Aadinath Student's Hostel.