Ranakpur Jain temple is a famous Jain sanctuary at Ranakpur village in Sadri is committed to Tirthankara Rishabhanatha. Dharna Shah, a neighborhood Jain agent, began development of the sanctuary in the fifteenth century following a celestial vision. The sanctuary respects Adinath, the principal Tirthankar of the present half-cycle as indicated by Jain cosmology. The town of Ranakpur and the sanctuary are named after the common ruler, Rana Kumbha who bolstered the development of the sanctuary.
The Ranakpur sanctuary is one of the biggest and most essential sanctuaries of Jain culture. The sanctuary is situated in a town of Ranakpur close Sadri town in the Pali locale of Rajasthan. The grounds incorporates different sanctuaries, for example, Chaumukha sanctuary, Surya sanctuary, Parsavanth sanctuary and Amba sanctuary. Light shaded marble has been utilized for the development of this amazing sanctuary which involves a territory of around 60 x 62 meters. The sanctuary, with its unmistakable vaults, shikhara, turrets and domes rises superbly from the incline of a slope. More than 1444 marble columns, cut in wonderful detail, bolster the sanctuary.