Places to visit in Sironj
                 
Sironj, the HeadQuarters of a Tehsil of the same name is situated to the North-West of Vidisha, with which it connected by roads on which buses ply regularly.
 
Sironj  Town
    
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Sironj, the HeadQuarters of a Tehsil of the same name is situated to the North-West of Vidisha, with which it connected by roads on which buses ply regularly. During May 1948 to October 1956, it was a district HeadQuarters town in Rajasthan State. Its nearest Railway Station Kurwai-Kethora on the Bhopal-Bina main line of Central Railway is about 48 km. from Sironj and it is connected by road. The place is also connected by roads with all the other Tehsil HeadQuarters of Vidisha District. The place is famous for the Calicos and Muslin.
 
 
Jain  Images
                 
The oldest known monument as an idol of Chandranath, the eighth Jain Tirthankar found at Dharampur near Sironj. The inscription on this huge image is dated in Vikrama Samvat 1112, corresponding to A. D. 155. The image is about two metres high and is about one metre broad. It was found buried under the ground. When the image was lying half-buried under the ground it was locally known as Kali Telan. Another old object of interest is known as Nisaiya also sacred to the Jains. On excavation at one point the places yielded an old statue of Mahavira, the 24th Jain Tirthankar in a broken condition.
 
 
Girdhari  Temple
                 
The Girdhari Temple situated in the town is assigned to the 11th century A.D. It is known for its sculptures and fine carvings. The temples of Jatashankar and Mahamaya are said to be old and sacred. The former is situated at a distance of about three km. to the South-West of Sironj in forest area. It is said that Tatya Tope of 1857-fame has halted here for some time. The Mahamaya temple is five km. away to the South-West of Sironj. It is situated on a hill. An annual fair is held here.