Glossary

Nandīśvara-dvīpa
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TermNandīśvara-dvīpa
Alternative TermsNandīśvaradvīpa, Nandisvaradvipa, Nandishvara, Nandishvardveep, Nandishvaradveep, Nandishvaradvipa, Nandishvaradvip
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The 15th continent in the Middle World of Jain cosmology. It is religiously important as the place where gods come together to celebrate festivities in its 52 temples. The Nandīśvara-dvīpa is often carved in stone models or slabs found in Jain temples, where they are worshipped. This is especially common among Digambaras.

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