Bhopal has a popular Jain temple called MANUA BHAN KI TEKRI (JAIN TEMPLE) where people can go either on foot or on rope-way. MANUA BHAN KI TEKRI (JAIN TEMPLE) is also known as Mahaveer Giri. It is very popular for its scenic views.
MANUA BHAN KI TEKRI (JAIN TEMPLE) situated near Bairagarh Road 7 km away from Bhopal on the top of a hill, a pilgrimage and faith of jain devotees. On the tekri the Jain saint Maharaj Shri Vijay Suriji, Shri Jindutta Sureshwarji and Acharya Manutung’s footwears are kept and also a idol of Shri Man Bhadarji has been installed. On the Simha Gate of the temple is an old manuscript carved on the stone, the language in which it has been written is still to be deciphered. It is also said to be the Sadhana Sthali of Oswal Dynasty. A big fare is also held every year here on Kartik Purnima.