Sonagiri Temple is one of the primary pilgrimage places for the Jain Followers. The word “Sonagiri” means “The Golden Peak.” This pilgrimage site is considered as sacred to Digambar Jains. This temple is unique as this was the site where Nanganag Kumar attained Moksha along with his fifteen million followers. Sonagiri has a lot of Jain Temples scattered in the area. Ascetic saints and devotees visit this temple to practice austerity and self-discipline. 77 Jain temples are located in the hilly area while twenty-six are located in the village. The temple can be seen from a distance because of its tall spire. The temple houses an 11 feet tall, the attractive idol of Lord Chandraprabhu. Idols of Lord Parsvnath and Lord Sheetalnath can also be seen in the temple.
Shri Pitambara Peeth Temple is one of the most famous and powerful Shakti Peetha of Maa Baglamukhi which was established by Bramhaleen Pujyapaad RashtraGuru Anant Shree Swami Ji Maharaj.
Shri Peetambra Peeth is located in the Datia town of Madhya Pradesh. The temple is consecrated to Goddess Baglamukhi. The statue of Goddess Dhumavati can also be seen in the temple premises. Goddess Dhumavati and Baglamukhi are considered as the Mahavidyas.
The statues of Lord Parshuram, Lord Hanuman, Lord Kaal Bhairav and various god and goddess are placed in the temple premises. Haridra lake is situated in the front of the main temple.