In Jainism our most important places are called tirtha. This word means "ford," which is the part of a river that you can easily cross over. This word is used because our Tirthankars crossed over pain and unhappiness in order to attain liberation.
There are hundreds of Jain tirths all over India. Here are some of the most popular tirths. You may have even visited some or heard of them from your family.
Most of these places are in beautiful surroundings, often on hill tops, and are open to all.
ANANTNATH SWAMI TEMPLE(PULIYARMALA) KERALA
DHARMANATH JAIN TEMPLE KOCHI KERALA
DILWARA TEMPLES - MOUNT ABU - ARAVALI RANGES
FALNA JAIN GOLDEN TEMPLE
RANAKPUR JAIN TEMPLES
RISHABHDEV JAIN TEMPLE, UDAIPUR
SHRI MAHAVIRJI TIRTH
TIJARA JAIN TEMPLES
PALITANA JAIN TEMPLES- Most Visited Jain Temple in Gujarat
Songadh Tirtha — main tirth for Kanji Panth
Vardhman Shah's Temple & Shantinath Mandir in Jamnagar
KULPAKJI JAIN TEMPLE NALGONDA A.P
KUNDALPUR JAIN TEERTH, BIHAR
RAJGRIHA JAIN TEMPLES, BIHAR
Shri Antariksha Parshvanath, Pavali Digambar Jain Mandir, Vighnahara Prshvatnath Shvetambar Mandir and Chintamani Parshvanath Mandir in Nashik
KHAJURAHO JAIN TEMPLES
SONAGIRI JAIN TEERTH MADHYA PRADESH
LAL MANDIR JAIN TEMPLE DELHI
PONNUR HILL JAIN TEMPLE TAMIL NADU
SAMMET SHIKHAR OR MOUNT PARSHVANATH