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Jain Center of Shravanabelagola
Page Last Updated: May 09, 2017

Shravanabelagola (a.k.a. Sravanabelagola) is a Jaina place of pilgrimage in Karnataka wedged between the two hills of Indragiri and Chandragiri; a great place of learning and Jaina scholarship, most famous for the colossal statue of Gomateswara.

The following is a selection of different historical artifacts and pictures from Shravanabelgola.

Pilgrimage in a "Doli"
Pilgrimage to Sravanabelagola
Example of Jain Fine Art
Example of Jain Fine Art

Gandabherunda -- The Two Headed Eagle
Mystical Two Headed Eagle
Wall Painting from Sravanabelagola Depicting Social Life
Wall Painting from Sravanabelagola Depicting Social Life

Carved Stone Mountain
Treasures of Sravanabelagola

A Lion Eating a Meditating Ascetic

Coconut Vendor - Illustration from Sravanabelagola
Coconut Vendor
Jain Memorial of Sravanabelagola
Jaina Nishidhi Stone

Man Riding a Lion
Jain Heritage Center of Sravanabelagola
Sculpture of Sravanabelagola
Sculpture of Sravanabelagola

Dancing troop performing in front of a Jain sage, Shravanabelagola
Dances of India
Submitting Devotee
Devotees at the Footsteps of Gomateswara

Purifying Lake, Sravanabelagola
Purifying Lake, Sravanabelagola
Treasures of Sravanabelagola
People in Obedience to King

Fruit and Leaf Designs as Fashion
Fruit and Leaf Designs as Fashion

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Illustration of Yakshi Celestial

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