The Mehsānā temple just off the main road has a gigantic murti of Simmandhar Swāmi who is a living Tirthankar in the Māhāvideha Kshetra. This temple was established under the guidance of Jain monk Achāryā Kailās Sāgar Suriswarji.
The murti is 3.7 meter high. You can do live darshan from the temple’s website.
Adjacent to the main temple is a replica of Samavasaran where Tirthankaras give discourses after gaining enlightenment. There are four idols of Simmandhar Swami facing each of the four cardinal directions and each one of them weights 300kgs.