Parshvanatha temple is a 10th-century Jain temple at Khajuraho in Madhya Pradesh, India. It is now devoted to Parshvanatha, although it changed into in all likelihood built as an Adinatha shrine during the Chandela length. Despite the temple's Jain association, its outdoors partitions characteristic Vaishnavaite issues. The entrance has an inscription with a maximum-ideal magic rectangular. It is a part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site along with different temples within the Khajuraho Group of Monuments.
The temple is thought to had been constructed through a outstanding Jain own family among 950 and 970 CE, in the course of the reign of the Chandela king Dhanga. A 954 CE inscription at the left door jamb of the temple information items and endowments of gardens with the aid of one Pahila. The gardens are named Pahila-vatika, Chandra-vatika, Laghuchandra-vatika, Shankara-vatika, Panchaitala-vatika, Amra-vatika and Dhanga-vadi. The inscription describes Pahila as a devotee of Jinanatha and states that he changed into held in high-quality esteem by way of the king Dhanga.