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located Mid of the City

Lovely place but hardly few Parsi who visit the same regularly. It is located on heart of the city... read more

Reviewed 29 April 2015
Rajendra D
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Mumbai, India
The Zoroastrian place of worship

This is not exactly an attraction, but a place of worship for the Parsi/Irani Zoroastrian... read more

Reviewed 27 June 2014
Zenobia T
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Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
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“fire temple”
15 Oct 2017
“A must-visit in Jamnagar”
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Reviewed 2 November 2017

It is situated near to the Bhid Bhajan Temple. Visitors are not allowed inside. It is nice temple of parsi community.

Thank kvs05
Reviewed 15 October 2017

Though the Parsi Agyari was apparently the most simple architectural specimen of Jamnagar, the interior murals on the walls, the carved pillars, the wax-paintings on the ceilings were just wonderful and unique.

Thank SaddviAndalwala
Reviewed 5 June 2017

For all Parsis it is a must visit place in Jamnagar. A very serene and peaceful location in the middle of the city near town hall. The fire temples are generally no entry for non parsis.

Thank Meheryar B
Reviewed 9 August 2016

it is in middle of city...nothing much to see... old construction but look like new one. opp city town hall.

Thank JDV-Nov13
Reviewed 29 April 2015

Lovely place but hardly few Parsi who visit the same regularly. It is located on heart of the city, has big ground behind the agyari, some function are seen regularly. One of the big temple kept neat and clean. hindu has restriction hence not visited...More

Thank Rajendra D
Reviewed 27 June 2014

This is not exactly an attraction, but a place of worship for the Parsi/Irani Zoroastrian community. Situated opposite the Town Hall in the heart of Jamnagar, it's an old fire temple and prayer hall consecrated in 1895. Entry is restricted to the Zoroastrians, but as...More

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