Jain temples are generally the most beautifully adorned in India, and Paresnath, dedicated to Sithalnath -- one of the 24 perfect souls (tirthankaras) of the Jain religion -- is no exception. Built in 1867 by a jeweler whose love of intricate designs, mirrors, and colored glass is evident everywhere, it boasts lavishly adorned patterned marble, beautiful European chandeliers, and stained-glass windows. A quiet garden is dotted with silver statues, and the temple houses an eternal flame that's apparently never gone out.