These temples are believed to be one of the oldest Jain temples in India, although they have been renovated and rehabilitated from time to time. In year 1315, they have been renovated by Seth Jagdusha. The temple complex has 53 Jinalays 52 of them built around main Bhadreswar Temple at the center, added over many centuries. The temples have been destroyed many times due to natural calamities like earthquakes and the chronicles of Mistris of Kutch, mention that they were the architects and artisans, who renovated temples during earthquakes of 1819, 1844–45 and 1875. Recently, the temple complex was again completely devastated in earthquake of 26 January 2001, however, it has now been completely restored and renovated to its ancient glory. A whole new temple complex has been built, as many of the old temples were destroyed to the extent that it could not be rehabilitated.