The Antim (last) kevali Shri Jamboo Swami, Digamber Jain holy Shrine (Siddha kshetra) Chaurasi, Mathura, is situated approximately 4 Kms. away from Mathura Railway station on Delhi-Agra National Highway No 2 closed to Mathura-Goverdhan Road crossing. Previously this place was like a heath surrounded by dense forest. Due course of time jungles disappeared and gradually habitats developed. Shri Jamboo Swami who was the successor of Sudharmacharya, the disciple of Lord Mahavira and the last anubaddh kaiwali in the tradition of Lord Mahavira got salvation at the age of 84 at this beautiful place that is why this holy place is known as Chaurasi (Hindi of 84) and it being a place of Salvation became a Siddha Peeth forever. According to legendary tales Shatrughan Ji, the younger brother of Raghuwansi Raja Ram founded a Puri named Madhura, which later on became famous as Mathura and is located on the western bank of the Yamuna River. Mathura of today is 55 Kms. away from Agra and 142 Kms. from Delhi and abounds in place of religious and historical importance.