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Jain Center Sravanabelagola

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.

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Education of YoginisPunishment of a ThiefEntrance to Chandragiri hill, ShravanabelagolaStatue of Gulekai Ajji
Digambara MonkScholars Nemichandra and ChavundarayaChavundarayana BasadiPainting from a Jain Muth, Shravanabelagola
The Sick KingMan Riding a LionCarved Stone MountainStamp on Sravanabelagola

 
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