The main murti of Panchāsarā Pārsvanāth is white in colour with 7 hooded snake over its head.
In 745AD, Vanraj Chavda established Pātan and built a splendid temple as a dedication to his guru Acharya Sheelgunsuriji. The original wodden temple was destroyed by the Moslem invaders and later a stone temple was built. Patan was the capital of King Kumarpal.
Kalikāl Āchāryā Hemchandra wrote many scriptures here and in fact there is a Hemachandrayacharya Jain Gyan Mandir which is one of the most important Jain libraries in Gujarat and the collection includes several ancient palm-leaf manuscripts.