Hanumantal Bada Jain Mandir is a historical Jain temple in Jabalpur, right on the threshold of Hanumantal, as soon as the primary center of Jabalpur. Bhattaraka Harichandrabhushan of Sonagiri, belonging to the Balatkara Gana division of Mula Sangha carried out pratishas in 1834, 1839, and 1840. Bhattaraka Charichandrabhushan performed pratishthas in 1866, 1867 and 1889. The bhattarakas of Sonagiri additionally administered the close by Jain middle of Panagar, where Narendrabhushan mounted images in 1797, Surendrabhushana conduscted pratishtha in 1822, and Acharyabhushan in 1838.
The temple homes numerous pics from the Kalachuri length, including an ornately crafted image of Lord Adinath. It also has many Mughal length, Maratha length and British length snap shots, in conjunction with those installed after India's Independence. The temple changed into visited by means of Acharya Shantisagar in 1928, the primary Digambar Jain Acharya in the place after many centuries. He arrived after a Chaturmas in Katni and left for damoh. He later commented that the temple become construct like a citadel.