Facilities for Pilgrims
New Gracious kothis with all facilities of AC etc. Delux flats with all amenities

There is an alert office of Sansthan to monitor and regulate all the activities in the campus of Jambudweep-Hastinapur. 250 rooms with modern facilities, more than 50 deluxe flats and a number of guest houses (Bungalows) are present in the campus for the convenient
stay of pilgrims. Along with this facility, there is present ‘Raja Shreyans Bhojnalaya’ (Mess), where pilgrims are served with pure and
delicious meals. Besides this, all necessary facilities such as government hospital, post-office, market, Inter college and other academic institutions are available at Hastinapur central town, about 2 km. away from Jambudweep.

Raja Shreyans Mess (Bhojanshala) with the Beautiful Guest House
hall of capacity of the meals of 500 people

Internal View of Kothi Drawing Room A.C. Room in Bunglow/flat

How to reach Hastinapur ?

Hastinapur Tirth is present 40 kms. away from its district city Meerut in West Uttar Pradesh. It is 110 kms., from the capital city Delhi. From Delhi, there is a regular transport service for Hastinapur in the form of buses of U.P. Roadways and D.T.C. from I.S.B.T. or Anand Vihar bus stand. Roadways buses are easily available from Meerut also with a gap of only half an hour. These buses owe the name of Jambudweep and stop just before it. Buses are also available from Jambudweep for going to Meerut, Delhi and Tijara etc. There is railway transport also between Delhi and Meerut. Tourists of the country and abroad are cordially invited to visit Jambudweep, the supposed heaven of the earth, to acquire mental peace and to get their wishes fulfilled.

As a matter of fact, the first Prime Minister of independent India-Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru re-established Hastinapur central town in the year 1948. The campus of Jain Tirths starts on turning left from the Meerapur road after coming 2 kms., East of the town. In this Jain campus, Sansthans of Digambar, Shwetambar, Sthanakvasi etc. are indulged in carrying out various activities in their respective temple areas. About 200 years old Digambar Jain temple, constructed on a high mound, is the ancientmost temple of this place. At present, this sansthan has also made modern facilities available for tourists along with constructing various temples as Nandishwar Dweep, Samavsaran and Kailash Parvat etc. ‘Jambudweep’ Tirth is present on Nasia road about 1/2 furlong away from the ancient temple.