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GOMMATESHWARA STATUE (1432/ JAIN)

A group of jain temples are 15km away from Mudabidri, on the way to Karkal. Theses temples are around a Mana stabha. Nearby is simple 13m high statue of gommateshwara, who was the son of Adi Natha an early Thirthankara . South India adopted Jainism favourably and theses statues cab be seen in five places..


CHATURMUKHA BASTI (1587/ JAIN)

A Chaturmukha (four sided open) temple on the hill faces the Gommateshwara  statue. The central shrine is open on all four sides. In each are three statues of  thirthankaras  made of black stone standing with their back to each other. They are all connected with a pathway running in the front with pillars running parallel to the pathway.

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