It is accepted to be one of the most seasoned Jain temples in India, in spite of the fact that they have been revamped and restored from time to time. It is said to be first redesigned in 449 BC by King Sidhsen of Bhadrawati. Eventually in the year 1125, it was revamped by Jagdusha.
The Vasai Jain temple has its reference in Mahabharata and was constructed back in 555 AD. The temple is also called as the Bhadreshwar Jain Temple. The design of the temple takes after that of the Dilwara Temples of Mount Abu in Rajasthan. The temple is home to three deities constructed on white marble. These are second Thirthankara, Ajitnath, along with sixteenth Thirthankara, Santinath, and of Parshwanath.
The temple is located in the Bhadreshwar village of Kutch district of Gujarat. Kandla Airport is the nearest airport located 34.4 kms away from the temple. Vasai railway station is nearest at about 15.6 kms from the temple. Nearest Bus stand is Mundra which lays 27 kms away from the shrine.