GOMATESHWARA TEMPLE, SHRAVANABELAGOLA, KARNATAKA, INDIA
Gomateshwara Temple is arranged in the Shravanabelagola town of Karnataka.
The sanctuary is devoted to Lord Bahubali otherwise called Gomateshwara. Worked in the tenth century it is a standout amongst the most imperative journey places for Jains.
The statue moves amazement among individuals world over due to its interesting structure. Remaining at a huge tallness of 58.8 ft the symbol is cut out of a solitary stone shake. This solid structure remains at such an awesome stature with no outside help.
The base of the Bahubali icon has got engravings written in three distinct dialects – Marathi, Kannada and Tamil.
The most essential occasion happens in the sanctuary after like clockwork. It is called Mahamastakabhishek and is an imperative celebration for Jains. In which Lord Bahubali is showered and spread with different things like saffron glue, sugarcane, turmeric, drain and vermillion and offered different valuable stones and coins (like gold and silver).
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