The Jain Temple is situated in Jain Mohalla in Ambala region. On the off chance that you need to find out about the religion of Jainism or need to treat your eyes to age old icons and models, this place should be on your Ambala travel agenda. This altar houses four principle symbols of Jain divinities and was set up around 150 years back as per specifies in old stories. The four icons incorporate that of God Chandraprabha, Parshavnath, Arihant, and Shatinath. Chandraprabha was the eighth Tirthankara Sanskrit for a ubiquitous Jain Teaching God lecturing Dharma of Avasarpini or present half cycle as indicated by Jain cosmology. His statue is the biggest one among the four housed at the Jain Temple. The figure of Shatinath sixteenth Tirthankara of Avasarpini is cut completely on marble. These icons are accepted to be as old as 2500 years. Aside from this, you will likewise get the chance to see different icons of religious significance unearthed from locales at Pinjore. These icons were conveyed to Ambala on the grounds that the Jain Temple was nearest to the site and swirling with sightseers.