लौद्रवा जैन मंदिर, जैसलमेर

( Lodhurva Jain temple )

Lodhurva Jain temple is a Jain temple in the Lodhruva village of Jaisalmer district in Rajasthan.

Lodhruva was established as the capital by Rawal Deoraj, the Bhati clan, in 8th−9th century CE.[1][2][3][4] The temple was constructed in the 9th century along with city of Lodhruva. Rawal Jaisal, a famous prince of the Bhati clan, moved his capital from Lodhruva to Jaisalmer in 1156 CE.[5][6][7] The temple was also plundered by Mahmud of Ghazni and Muhammad of Ghor. This led to temple being destroyed in 1152 CE. In 1615 CE, the temples undergone repairs and renovations.[8] The temple remains the only standing structure in the ruined city of Lodhruva.[9][10]

^ Ring, Watson & Schellinger 2012, p. 388. ^ Tod 1832, p. 239. ^ Rough Guides 2016, p. 307. ^ The New Zealand Herald 2019. ^ Bradshaw 1864, p. 301. ^ Bayley 2004, p. 65. ^ Burgess 1879, p. 81. ^ Shah 1987, p. 179. ^ Sharath 2013. ^ Coolidge 1879, p. 182.
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