Bhandasar Jain Temple or Banda Shah Jain temple is located at Bikaner, Rajasthan. This temple is famous for wall portray and paintings. This temple is covered by means of Archaeological Survey of India. This temple become constructed by using Bhandasa Oswal in 15th century. The temple is devoted to the 5th tirthankar Sumatinatha. According to legends 40,000 kilograms of ghee become used inside the production of this temple as opposed to water in mortar. Bhandasar Jain Temple is a three-storey temple, famous for its stunning leaf paintings, frescoes and ornamented reflect paintings.
This temple is constructed using purple sand stone with lovely paintings and yellow-stone carvings on walls, pillars of the sanctum and mandapa. On the partitions there are illustrations depicting the lives of the 24 Jain tirthankaras. The temple consist of garbhagriha, antarala, mahamandapa and ardhamandapa. The sanctum is pancharatha is covered with the aid of shikhara having karna-amalakas and amalakas at pinnacle. An amalaka, is a segmented or notched stone disk, generally with ridges on the rim, that sits at the top of a Hindu temple's shikhara or essential tower.