Shree Pavapuri Jain Temple is build by K. P. Sanghavi Trust in 1998. Shree Pavapuri temple is situated in Sirohi district of Rajasthan. It is famous as a Jain Tirth (Temple complex) and Jeev Raksha Kendra (Animal Welfare Center). Shree Pavapuri temple derived its name from the Pavada Agriculture well that exists there.
Shri Kumarpalbhai V. Shah inspired the founders of K. P. Sanghvi Group, Late Shri Hajarimalji Poonamchandji Sanghvi (Bafna) and Shri Babulalji Poonamchandji Sanghvi (Bafna), to construct a Tirth Dham. They started construction and development of the campus on May 30, 1998.
Shree Pavapuri temple took two and a half years to construct and around 400 artisans working daily. Pink stone is used in its construction which adds to its beauty.
On February 7, 2001, a beautiful temple with 68 feet wide and 47 feet tall entrance completed and opened for worship. The main idol is surrounded with Ashat Partiality ( the 8 heroic presentations) and Panch Tirtha ( the 5 trithankar raj) established on a pedestal (Prabhashan) carved with elephants, Yakshas, and Goddess.
Shree Pavapuri temple is very vast and has other temples also like Shree Veer Manibhadra, Shree Nakoda Bhairav, Shree Shashandevi, Shree Padmavatidevi and Kuldevi Shree Sachchiya (Ossiya) Mataji.
This pink stone Jain Tirth temple has natural surroundings and also a Gaushala (Jeev Raksha Kendra – Animal Welfare Center) which provide shelter to 5,500 stray cattle. Modern Dharamshala and bhojanshala facilities are available here.
Shree Pavapuri temple is located at a distance of 22 km from Sirohi district of Rajasthan. Buses are available from Sirohi.
There are some other places in Sirohi districts like Sarneshwar Ji Temple, Sarvadham Temple, Sun Temple at Varman, Chandravati Ambheshwar Ji Temple, Mirpur,Vasantagrh, Ajari, Bheru Tarak Dham, Jiraval- A Jain pilgrimage center.