One such symbol prevailing the diversified religious culture of Jaipur is Chulgiri Jain temple surmounted on the Aravalli hills of Jaipur- Agra road. In year 1953 is entitled as the origination of the Jain temple on the hills of Aravalli. Jain Acharya Shri Desh Bhoosan ji Maharaj chose the Aravalli hills for building the Jain temple and named the hills as 'Chulgiri' Building the Jain temple in the Aravalli hills was the greatest challenge in front of Jain Acharya ji, but as they say, nothing can be undone if the spirit is true. The amazement of the temple showed up the in the year 1966 with 7 feet high statue of white stone of Lord Parshvnath which created a history in the pages of the state of Rajasthan. During the Panch Kalyanak festival which was organized on May 1982, a Marvellous statue of Lord Mahaveer Swami was founded with the height of 21 feet in the huge area of 75 by 65 feet. Along with status, a 65 feet long dome was developed to cover the statue. The roof top of the Chulgiri jain temple in Jaipur is embraced by the huge Jain Yantra of four feet embossed on a copper plate of 40 kg. The Jain Yantra comprises of the six thousand 5 hundred sixty one columns, vowels, consonants, mantras, swastik symbols followed by some other holly symbols. Chulgiri is also known as most Pinkcity Adventurous place. Every year in the month of May a major event (festival) is organized over here.