During the excavation near the Jain statue, the statue of Mahavir, random Jain monuments and other pictures were excavated in Kurushpal. The pictures of Gudhiari Shiva Ling were found in the banks of Gudhiari pond in the village named Kesharpal. The images of Lord Ganesha and Uma Maheswar are rare to find and can be seen here. A stone inscription in the Nagri script can be found here from which it is ascertained that the temple was constructed around 13th century AD by Kakatiya ruler Jayasimha. The place is connected with Bhanpuri on the national highway NH – 43, Raipur-Jaipur road. There are many places nearby w2hich are unexplored yet and needs an excavation to look through the ancient facts and figures. During the last excavations, beautiful brick pictures were found under the brick mounds in Bastar.
People in India are non atheists mostly and hence visit temples for spirituality. Thus the place of Jain statue was constructed to serve the spiritual, cultural and social dimensions and beliefs of the people residing in the area and of course of the tourists as well. The temples are constructed in remembrance of common Gods and thus can be considered as replicas. Temples are a magnificent reflection of our ancient past, the way people believed in different Gods and the ways they worshipped. The temple walls are inscribed with idol designs depicting and picturing the ancient culture of India.
Since, the temples are worship areas hence they are flooded with visitors and pilgrims all throughout the year. The temples are mostly the areas wherein people can find peace and dwell into spirituality. Hence, devotees are always welcomes to the temple premises. Might this not be a different place of visit for Indians, but it is for people who are not from India. In fact, every temple has its own origin and is a must visit by any human. Visiting one of the greatest replicas, the Jain statue should be on your list to practice some peaceful and spirituality during your trip to the state that houses natural beauties, the Chhattisgarh.