Nasiyaji is situated at historical Virat Nagar town of Jaipur district.
Virat Nagar is surrounded by Vindhyachal Mountain Series and since ancient time has been a popular place for various communities.The Nasiyaji was built in the 16th century. There are three deep wells in its premises and they are attached with an agriculture drainage system used at that time.
This is the outer part of Virat Nagar. The architecture in the center is the "Mughal Rest House". This is around 500 years old, and used as midway or Rest House for Mughal Emperor Akbar during his travel between Delhi and Rajasthan. The atmosphere here is very pleasant and pollution free.
In the back, Mughal Darwaza or Mughal Gate is a part of Jain Nasiya ji at Virat Nagar. The white marble entry door is the symbolic entrance and known as serene entrance of Jain temples. The actual entrance is through the large Mughal gate. Behind me is the beautiful Jain temple. You can have a view of the same temple at Jain Nasiyaji.
Mughal Midway at Virat Nagar, Jaipur. Around 500 years ago, The Mughal Emperor Baadshah Akabar and his fellows used this place as their rest house while traveling between Delhi and Rajasthan. It is very well preserved. The art work at interior walls is amazing in its class. A restoration work is under process by the Archeological Department of Govt. of India.
This is Beejak on Beejak Hills at Virat Nagar. Beejak is the ancient astronomical geometry for calculation of Solar and Lunar Activities. It is learnt that these were made in 3rd Century during the Great Ashoka's empire. The shadows were used for calculating Ghadi-Pal (like hours-seconds). Famous Chinese Traveller Feiyaan also described this place as well as Virat Nagar in his valuable book. This place is under preservation process by Archeological Department of Govt. of India and it is open for tourists.
This is Hanuman Temple on the Beejak Hills at Virat Nagar, Jaipur. This temple is 5000 years old. Pandava's two brother named Nakul and Sahadev used to worshiped here. The entrance to the temple is from backside. The wall is built here for extra protection to the rock and little space of the temple. Archeological Survery of India is now busy to protect and preserve this area. At some height above is the Beejak (ancient stone geometry in the shape of gear wheel for calculation of solar & lunar activities).
This place is as old as "Shri Madbhagwat Geeta" is (around 5000 years old). Geeta is one of the holiest book of Hindus. In the story of Geeta, Pandava and Kaurava fought. Pandava represented the battle for truth and Kaurava were finally lost their kingdom. Pandava were five brothers and they were assisted by Lord Shri Krishna. Before the war, Pandava lived for last one year here during their twelve years of exile. When the Pandavas reached here at Virat Nagar, they managed to take the jobs at King Virat's Mahal in different capacities in disguise. 1. Elder one Yudhishtar as a pandit (the priest cum knowledgable person of mythology). 2. the strongest Bheem as a cook 3. the bow man Arjun as a dancing lady 4. & 5. Nakul and Sahadev as in charge of the stable of the King. Bheem made this temple of Lord Hanumana. There are certain evidence in the museums of various places of Rajasthan.