second highest populated district of India is Kutch
and Bidhda comes first in the highest population
of Visa Oswal Jains. According to the manuscripts
of Bhatts, the Visa Oswal came from Vagad in 1565
according to Hindu calendar. In the west of the
recent village resides wells and near to them resides
Banyan tree that was considered to be Bidhda's border.
Madhi in the west north
side of the village are considered as the oldest buildings
of the village.This well is dried now. At the madhi,
there are Lord Shankar's Temple, Satimata's memorials
and many stones of Visa Oswal, situated. The memorials
of Jain's and Gormaharaj's slippers are in the holes
of walls near the Lord Shankar's Temple.
many years ago the place at the Shelor well
that was near the Darbar Fariya at the East
Side of the village was considered the boarder
of the Bidhda. The Shalor well in east and the
the Jains of Bidhda there are 6 religious sectors
with few exceptions in religious matters there is
harmony. There was no Darasar around 1900 according
to Hindu calendar. First of all the devotees of
Asambia built Chintamani Parshvanath Prabu's Derasr.
After that the main Bhagwan Adinath's splendid derasar
was built that has high spires compare to the statues
Derasars of other villages, the statues of this
derasars are big and huge. Today also first
visits the Chintamani Parshwnath Bhagwan. This
Derasar was completed in 1972 according to Hindu
calendar, in 2016;
Bhagwan's Derasr was built and opened. In the presence
of Param Pujya Kushalchandra Maharaj Saheb, the
darmashala was built in 2 months, which is comparatively
bigger than the dharmshala's of nearby other villages.
The devotees built the small dharmshala of the village
from Koday. Jain Sadhus stays in this dharmshala
and devotees do religious activities in Big Dharmashala.
Common meetings of all Bidhda Visa Oswal Mahajan
are also held here. Shri Malshi Ladha Dharmashala
is given to the Bidhda Murtipujak Slang. Near Darbar
Fariya resides the Upashray of Tapgach. Mandu's
Gujrar devotees build Aath Moti Paksh Sthanak. There
is a separate Sthanak for Aath Koti Nani Paksh.
And there is a sperate sthanak to Chah Koti Stankawasis.