The Bhandasar Jaina temple dedicated to Sumatinath, consists of a garbhagriha, anantarala, a mahamandapa and an ardhamandapa. The sanctum is pancharatha on plan which is crowned by a lofty sikhara having karna-amalakas and an amalaka at the top. The interior walls and pillars of the sanctum and mandapa is extensively painted, are late of origin. Stylistically, the temple is assignable to circa twelfth century A.D. The temple has been renovated to a great extent.
Beautifully erected in 1514A.D, the temple was built by two brothers Bhadeshwar and Sidheswar and named after them-the Bhagandeshwara temple-rich in mirror work and the Sidheshwar temple-stylized enamel and gold leaf wall paintings. Dedicated to 23rd teerthankar (teacher) "PARSVANATH JI", this marvel piece of architecture is carved in red sand stone and white marble.
The massive pillared hall engages your attention with white marble pillars with colorful floral patterns and sandstone pillars with sculpted figures of graceful maidens. It is famous for carvings, wall paintings, structural beauty and artistically designed statues. The rich mirror work, decor and frescoes of Bhandashah and their gold leaf paintings are noteworthy.shah and their gold leaf paintings are noteworthy.