Pawapuri is all about historical places and stories. Visitors mostly love to visit here in October till the end of March as the weather is cool and best for roaming around the city. The most famous yet most visited place here is the Jal Mandir, the major pilgrimage centres in India amongst Jain followers as Lord Mahavira took his last breath. The place of his cremation became a pilgrimage centre, where a large number of pilgrims took out soil and dug a huge pit filled with water all around, and was considered as sacred ashes of Lord Mahavir. The temple is made of white marble with water covered with Lotuses. A 600-foot-long built of stone connects to the temple. The temple becomes more eyes soothing when it shines in the moonlit night. The pond here has many species of fish that are fed by the priest and the devotees.