At a separation of 83 km from Warangal and 81 km from Hyderabad, the 2000 years of age Jain Temple of Mahavira is situated in Kolanupaka town additionally called as Kulpak in Nalgonda locale. The sanctuary is embellished with excellent pictures of Tirthankaras and it's one of the critical Jain journey locales in the nation. It is likewise a well known place to visit around Warangal and Hyderabad. Kulpakji is an essential journey place for Swetambara Jains of South India. This is one of the prominent multi day trip close Hyderabad.According to the legendary legend, the primary sanctuary of Kolanupaka is said to have been worked by Emperor Bharata, child of King Dushyanta and Queen Sakuntala. Jainism was common in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana before the fourth century and Kolanupaka was one of the conspicuous focuses of Jainism from early circumstances. Around 20 Jain engravings have been found there. It is said that Kolanupaka thrived as Jain focus amid the Rashtrakutas time frame. This sanctuary has three principle symbols of Gods, called as Tirthankars. These are of Lord Rishabha, Lord Neminath and Lord Mahavir. The statue of Lord Mahavir has been made out a solitary jade and is around 140 cm in stature. The statue of Lord Rishabha, who is otherwise called Lord Adinath, has been cut out of a green stone. Truly, it has been well known as Manikya Swami. There are eight icons of different Tirthankaras, set on the two sides of the sanctuary. Each Tirthankara has been worked with their own remarkable style. The statue of Lord Mahavira has been cut with a picture of Lion, while there is a bull on the platforms of Lord Rishabha. A cobra with multi heads has been cut as an umbrella over the statue of Lord Parshawnath.The design of the sanctuary is dazzling with awesome carvings on the sanctuary dividers.
The Jain sanctuary of Kolanupaka was made utilizing red sand stone and the mainstays of sanctuary are made out of white marble. The sanctuary was in a demolished condition for quite a long time and was revamped in late twentieth century. The sanctuary was redesigned by utilizing in excess of 150 craftsmans from Rajasthan and Gujarat. The old garbhagruha was protected and an entire new sanctuary was made encompassing the current pinnacle. The sanctuary is spread over in a territory of 1 section of land, out of a 20 section of land arrive utilized for dharamshalas and visitor houses. Customary guests are not permitted to go into the inward segment of the sanctuary which is confined for individuals with pooja materials as it were.