Jambudweep is a Digambara Jain sanctuary in Hastinapur, Uttar Pradesh worked under the endowments of Gyanmati Mataji in 1972. Official name of the tirtha is the Digambar Jain Institute of Cosmographic Research Digambar Jain Trilok Shodh Sansthan and its principle fascination is the building developed as a model of Jambudvipa. Jambudweep was established by Gyanmati Mataji in 1972 and the model of Jambudvipa was finished in 1985.
The principle fascination of this immense grounds is the Jambudvipa. This unique development overwhelms every other building. It is implied both for instruction of the adherents, since it demonstrates to them the Jaina portrayal of the universe, and for their excitement. One can move to the best by an internal staircase, or go sailing around the Lavanasamudra.
Jambudweep delineates the Jain cosmology has been planned here under the supervision of Shri Gyanmati Mataji was in 1985. The premises has different Jain sanctuaries which incorporates Sumeru Parvat, Lotus Temple, Teen Murti Mandir, Meditation Temple, Badi Murti, Teen Lok Rachna and numerous other vacation spots. One of a kind round structures of Jain Geography 'Jambudweep' has been developed with white and hued marble stones in the distance across of 250 ft. with 101 ft. tall Mount Sumeru Parvat is worked by light pink marble arranged in the focal point of Jambudweep Rachna.