A spiritual vacation in Shravasti is not complete without adding Shri Digambar Jain Shravasti Teerth Kshetra in your travel itinerary. At present, it is one of the highly revered shrines in Shravasti. Located on the main road, the temple is dediacted to Lord Sambhavnath. Inside the temple, there is a white image of the presiding deity which is erected in the padmasana posture. The history of the sacred place dates back to the time of Lord Adhishvar.
The place where the temple is located, is believed to be the holy land of the four Kalyanakas of Lord Sambhavnath - birth, chayan, attainment and diksha. The great Mauryan emperor - Ashoka and King Samprati erected numerous stupas and shrines in the region. All the kings during that period were Jains who defeated Muslim invaders to keep the glory of these pilgrimage sites in Shravasti.
Shri Digambar Jain Shravasti Teerth Kshetra remains open all days a week. One can visit the place on any day from morning to evening.
The temple can be visited at any time during a year. However, the best time to visit the place is the winter season. Commencing in the month of October, the season enjoys a pleasant weather condition that remains ideal for tourism. The season ends in the month of February.