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This 39 feet statue of Bahubali, also called Gomateshwara in Dharmasthala is an additional attraction to visit. Located on a hill top with greenery all the way and surrounding, it’s possible to drive till the gate or even climb the 500 stairs. Gives a good...More
The Bahubali Digambar Jain Statue is in a small park on a top of a hill, one km from Dharmasthala temple. One has to climb 300 steps to see the statues. Two,three and four wheelers can go up. This is a 39 feet high statue...More
Shri Bhagwan Bahubali Digambar Jain Statue. It's on top of a small hill, near the entrance of Shree Kshetra Dharmasthala. Better to visit early in the morning, so that you can see the sun light on the statue. You could either walk up around 300...More
Opening time 7 am and we were the first to drive on 2nd Jan as we could not visit on previous day. A wait was really worth to visit this nice statue of Bahubali made of quality marble. Well maintained place with couple of ways/gates...More
This was the first time I went to a place dedicated to Lord Bahubali's and it was a surreal experience for me. You can either walk around 500 steps or can take a vehicle right at the gate, i preferred to walk to lord's place....More
Perched on top of a quiet hill, it stands majestic against the blue sky. a flight of not very steep steps lead to the foot of the statue and the entry is free. You could also drive up to the top (only four wheelers) by...More
This is a replica of the big statue at shravanabelogala. It is on a small hill in Dharmastahla. You can drive up or take steps up. You can spend some time by clicking photos of the statue and hills around.