The Jain temples is a hindu temple in Wayanad city. Jainism which imparts to Hinduism the ideas of nirvana and resurrection, first touched base in Kerala around the third century BC. The first pioneers moved from Mysore in Karnataka and settled at Panamaram on the banks of Kabani River. From that point the Jain gatherings spread to ious parts of Wayanad.
Of the numerous Jain temples in Wayanad, the Glass sanctuary of Kottamunda found 20 kilometers from Kalpetta on the slants of the Vellarimala is justified regardless of a visit. Privately known as Kannadi Kshetram, the sanctuary is committed to Paraswanath Swami, the third Tirthankara of the Jain confidence. The feature of the sanctuary is the arrangement of mirrors put on the inward side of the sanctuary dividers, which mirrors the picture of the icons into a thousand wonderful examples.
The Ananthanatha Swami Jain temples at Sultan Bathery is another case. This thirteenth century sanctuary has awesome stone carvings and is a standout amongst the most critical among a progression of remains spread over the territory of Kerala that vouch for a time of a solid Jain nearness in this district. Made completely of rock, its stone section rooftop is bolstered on ious cut square columns sitting on a raised stage. Complex cornices run up and down the sides. The internal sanctum encompassed by an open verandha holds a huge square stone piece with carvings of Mahavir.