The temple is open for the devotees on all the seven days of the week and the timings are from 6.00 to 11.00 in the mornings and in the afternoon and evenings, it is from 3.00 to 7.00. The temple is adorned with stones and pebbles colored and also mosaic work with mirrors in between. The floors are made up of marbles and the design, which is floral, gives a classical appearance to this architectural building. The walls are decorated with magnificent paintings of a painter who is quite world famous and named Ganesh Muskare. A gorgeous garden oversees the temple complex and the man-made waterfalls and fountains look to be awesome.
The lavish and captivating sight of the Pareshnath Jain Temple Kolkata left us astounded and enthralled. My friends and I were suitably impressed with the picturesque beauty surrounding the architectural building. This was the first time that we had visited a Jain temple and the experience was quite enchanting. We took many photographs of the place so that we could show it to our parents and friends. After completing our visit here we decided to visit Nakhoda Mosque Kolkata next.