Bhadreshwar Jain Temple, otherwise called Vasai Jain Temple, is a Jain sanctuary of chronicled significance situated in Bhadreshwar town. It is accepted to be one of the most established Jain sanctuaries in India, despite the fact that they have been remodeled and restored every once in a while. It is said a Jain layman named Devchandra established the framework stone of this sanctuary hundreds of years back. The sanctuary complex was extended with the passages, at that point the external wings, at that point the place of worship, and lastly the patio. It remains in a court around 48 feet wide by 85 since quite a while ago, encompassed by a line of forty-four places of worship with a passage in front. The sanctuary remains in a patio, which, from the line of the sanctuary front, is secured by three pillared arches. The sanctuary, confronting the east, is entered by a flight of steps that ascent from the external way to the canvassed territory before the asylum. Over the patio is another substantial arch covering a region isolated by a low screen divider from the territory of the passage corridor, mandap, amongst it and the front of the sanctuary itself.