Navagraha Jain Temple or Navagraha Teertha is a Jain religious site situated at Varur at a distance of 17 kms from Hubli. Navagraha Teertha is one of the major pilgrimage centers for the Jain community in India.
The temple houses 61 feet, 185-tonne monolithic statue of Shri Parshvanatha Teerthankar in the Kayotsarga posture mounted on 48 feet pedestal. The monolithic statue of Lord Parshwantha is not only very attractive but also larger than the statue of Gommateshwara or Lord Bahubali in Shravanabelagola.
The statues of the teerthankars in Navagraha Teertha can be seen even up to 4 km away on the national highway while exiting the tapovan flyover exit near Varur on the Pune-Bangalore Road. Being in the city limit of Hubli Dharwad it is easy to reach there from any point of the city.
Yatri Nivas is being constructed near the Navagraha Jain Temple for tourists. Lodging and boarding facility is available for visitors free of cost here. A dharmshala and bhojnalaya are also present for teerth-yatris. There are also plans to set up a musical fountain and garden on the lines of the one in Brindavan. The best time to visit this place is during Mahamastakabhisheka and Mahavir Jayanti. The Navagraha Jain Temple can be visited during timings: 8:00 AM till 7:30 PM.