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India history and geographySource: Jainworld: Jain History (h)
Sirpur is situated in Ākolā District, and its ancient name was Śrīpura. This Tīrtha is famous by the name of Antarikṣa Parśvanātha. The worship of this Antarikṣa Pārśvanātha has been mentioned in the Prākrit Nirvāṇa Kāṇḍa. Madanakīrti has mentioned this Tīrtha in his Śasana Catuśtriṃatikā. Besides Lakṣamaṇa, Gunakīrti, Megharaja, Sumatisāgara Jñānasagara, Jayasagara, Cimaṇā Paṇḍita, Somasena, Harsha etc. have mentioned Antarikṣa Pārśvanātha. The Pārśvanātha temple of this place was known even to Jinaprabha who wrote a Kalpa on this Tīrtha. Śilavijaya has also mentioned it. Aila Śrīpāla is known to have constructed this temple probably in the tenth century A.D. The old Digambara Jaina images and other remains have been discovered at this place.
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