Several temples are located within area of Bhadravati. The popular among them is an ancient Jain temple, known as Jain Mandir which belongs to Shwetamber sect of Jain religion. The popular among them is an ancient Jain temple, known as Jain Mandir which belongs to Shwetamber sect of Jain religion
The Tirtha is situated in a vast garden in the vicinity of Bhadravati village. Here is installed an idol of MULANAYAKA Shri Kesariya Parshvanath Bhagavan. It is black in complexion, 152 cms in height and in semi-padmasana posture. The remnants found here indicate that this tirtha must be very old; but how old, it is not deciphered. Till the last century half of the idol of Shri Parshvanath Bhagavan was buried in the ground. People therefore knew it as Kesariababa, and applied vermilion on it. Thereafter, the Shvetambara Jain Sanghas requested the Government to hand over to them the temple that was in Government custody. The Government conceded and thereafter the Shri Sangha got the tirtha repaired and renovated.