Shravanabelagola is a town located near Channarayapatna of Hassan district in the Indian state of Karnataka and is 144 km from Bangalore, the capital of the state. The Gommateshwara statue at Shravanabelagola is one of the most important tirthas in Jainism, one that reached a peak in architectural and sculptural activity under the patronage of the Western Ganga dynasty of Talakad. Chandragupta Maurya is said to have died here in 298 BCE after he became a Jain monk and assumed an ascetic lifestyle.

Chandragiri is one of the two hills in Shravanabelagola in the Indian state of Karnataka, the other one being Vindhyagiri.
Bhagawan Bahubali Idol

Bhagawan Bahubali Idol has many steps that lead to this huge monolithic idol of Bahubali carved circa 981 A.D. and revered by Jains.
Bhadrabahu Cave

Bhadrabahu was, according to the Digambara sect of Jainism, the last Shruta Kevalin in Jainism. He was the last acharya of the undivided Jain sangha. He was the last spiritual teacher of Chandragupta Maurya.
Bhandara Basadi

Shantinatha Basadi or Shanteshvara basadi, a Jain temple dedicated to the sixteenth Tirthankar Shantinatha is located in the historically important temple town of Jinanathapura near Shravanabelagola.
Aregal Basadi

Aregal Basadi is located in Jinanathpura. It is named so because it was built on a rock. The structure was built by Hiri Achimayya the son of Barma who was the brother of Ganga Raja the general of the Hoysala king Vishnuvardhana using brick and mortar. 
Parshwanatha Basadi

Parshwanatha Basadi is located on Chandragiri Hill. The basadi contains a garbagriha, a sukhanasi, a navaranga and a porch. This is a beautiful structure with decorated outer walls. The doorways are lofty and the navaranga as well as the porch have verandhas at their sides.
Kattale Basadi

Kattale Basadi is dedicated to Adinath, the first tirthankara. An image of the Goddess Padmavathi is also found in the verandah. It was constructed by Ganga Raja, the general of Vishnuvardhana. This structure was recently renovated by the Government of Karnataka. 
Chandraprabha Basadi

Chandraprabha basadi which is to the west of Shasanabasadi consists of an open Garbagriha, a sukhanasi, a navaranga and a porch and enshrines a seated figure of Chandraprabha, the eighth tirthankara.
Best Time To Visit Shravanabelagola

Shravanabelagola can be visited anytime throughout the year, although many people prefer to visit the place during the winter season. The best months to visit the place is from October to May and during the Mahamasthabhisheka period, which is held once in 12 years.

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