The Jain Temple in Alleppey is an area of worship for Jains within the southern Indian kingdom of Kerala. It become vital inside the growth of Jainism in South India. It is located at the Northeast aspect of the Muppalam at the famous Gujarati Street in Alleppey town. Ains have a completely strict and unique code of rituals and rites and it is imperative that those rituals and rites are observed by way of absolutely everyone inside the network strictly with none fail in anyway. Every day “Sanatra Pooja” aka "Snatra Puja" is conducted for around one and half of hours which is assumed to bring spiritual sanctity and nirvana to their lives.
The festival in their temple is referred to as “Parva paryushana”and the equal is carried out once every year. The festival lasts for eight days and additionally it is celebrated within the month of August September. During the pageant, many aacharyas from Gujarat come to the temple. They also have the recurring ritual of reading the history of the 24 Tirthankara at the temple, for the duration of the competition. During the Jain festival, there are not any concrete norms for fasting and meditating and this is a alternatively sudden facet of Jainism. The fans have the liberty to carryout prayers and fasting in keeping with their ability and dreams.