(Last Updated on : 06/07/2019)
Statue of Bahubali in Gommatagiri of Mysore District
is a 700 year old statue of Bahubali erected at a 50 meters tall hill known as Shravana Gudda. Gommatagiri is a Jain pilgrimage center
. The statue is an early creation of Vijaynagara
. It is made out of granite with serene facial expressions and curly hair. The statue is also known as Gomateshwara. Every year in September Maha Masthakabhisekha is held when the statue is anointed; this festival attracts several Jain pilgrims.
Visiting Information to Statue of Bahubali
Gommatagiri is around 15 km from Mysore city. It is the best way to reach Mysore first and then take a car to reach the destination. Mysore Junction Railway Station
and Mysore Airport
connect the city to other states of the country. Mysore can also be reached by road via National Highway
This article is a stub. You can enrich by adding more information to it. Send your Write Up to email@example.com
Recently Updated Articles in Indian Monuments
|• ||Udayagiri Fort|
The Udayagiri Fort is a 17th-century fort that is located in Kanyakumari District in Tamil Nadu. It is located near the town of Nagercoil in the Kanyakumari District. It was founded during the 17th Century.
The Diwan-i-Am in Fatehpur Sikri happens to be one public enclosure that was used by the legendary king Akbar for deciding upon his public hearings. It is believed that it was built because of Akbar`s faith in `sun worship`
|• ||Monuments Of Mumbai|
Monuments of Mumbai hold the rich culture of the city together in a place. The monuments are diverse in nature. The gateway of India is the most popular monument in Mumbai.
|• ||Sittanavasal Cave|
Sittanavasal Cave, the rock cut Jain temple, in Tamil Nadu consists of few of the most beautiful Indian cave paintings, that were created between the period 7th - 9th Century AD.
|• ||Belapur Fort|
Belapur Fort is located in Belapur Township in Navi Mumbai, in the state of Maharashtra. The construction of Belapur Fort was completed in 1570. The fort has an elevation of almost 89 feet.