The Manstambh at ‘Mangalayatan’ is a replica of the Manstambh of Bhagwan Seemandharnath erected in Songarh, the sadhnabhumi of our revered Gurudevshri Kanji Swami and Bhagwatimat Champaben.
The bottom of the proposed Manstambh is adorned with Chitrapats (pictures) of the Tirthankars, Acharyas, Upadhyayas, Munirajs and Gurudevshri Kanji Swami in different postures, in 3 steps in all 4 directions. These pictures are situated inside three cornices in a seating position measuring 20′ x 20′ x 3.5′, 16′ x 16′ x 3′ and 12′ x 12′ x 2.5′. Above these cornices, there is a beautiful Jinalaya (temple) in which four pink statues of Lord Adinath, each with a height of 23 inches, seated on lotus platforms. On the top of the tower, four more pink color statues of Bhagwan Adinath, each with a height of 27 inches, have been placed. These statues, all seated on lotus platforms, placed in four different directions.
The ever waving flag on the top of the 63 feet high Manstambh always extends invitation to all the living beings who want to abolish the feeling of ‘I’ and experience the unparalleled happiness and peace in the court of Jinendra Bhagwan.
To attain the highest standards of craftsmanship, experienced and skilled sculptors from Jaipur had been commissioned to give shape to the magnificent Manstambh.