Hastinapurisan ancient city and the Shri Hastinapurtirtha in the present town is as old as the days of the monarch of ages Shri Adishvar Bhagavan. Here we see an idol of MULANAYAKA Shri Shantinath Bhagavan. It is rose-coloured, some 90cms. in height and in Padmasana posture. This land has acquired the lucky twelve Kalyanakas - Chyavana, birth, initiation into monkhood and acquirement of absolute knowledge of Shri Shantinath Bhagavan, Shri Kunthunath Bhagavan and Shri Aranath Bhagavan. The city is again, sanctified bythedustofthefeetofShriAdinath Bhagavan and Shri MahaviraSwami. It was
here that Shri Shreyansakumar got Shri Adinath Bhagavan Mahavira, so many great Acharyas and devout Sanghas came on pilgrimage of this tirtha. The land is therefore sanctified by the fall of the feet of so many great souls and the birth of so many others. Since this is an ancient spot, idols, coins, inscriptions of ancient days are acquired from the ground. Now and again the idol of MULANAYAKA is installed. Its last renovation took place in V.S. 2021 on the tenth day of the bright half of Magashirsha. Fairs are held here every year on the purnima day of Kartika and on the third day of the bright half of
Vaishakh. On a small hill at a distance of one mile from here we have the foot-steps of Shri Shantinath, Shri Kunthunath and Shri Aranath. We come across shrines of Shvetambaras and Digambaras at different places, and in one of these we have the sacred feet of Shri Adinath. As Shri Adinath Prabhu broke his fast here, the procession of Akshayatrutiya comes and stops here.