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12th Century's Ardha Sahasrakuta Jain idol found at Belagavi

12th Century’s Ardha Sahasrakuta Jain idol found at Belagavi

An Ardha Sahasrakuta Jain idol along with inscription belonging to 12th century has been found at Belagavi/Belagaum on 12th February ...
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Neminath Tirthankar idol with an inscription on its pedestal.

Four Jain Inscriptions of 12th to 15th Century found at Hassan’s Dodda Basadi

Hassan, 20th January 2020: Four Jain inscriptions belonging to 12th to 15th century have been found at Hassan’s Dodda Basadi ...
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Front/central portion of the Jain hero stone found at Gerusoppa.

16th century’s rare Jain hero stone found at Gerusoppa

16th century's rare Jain hero stone found at Gerusoppa. Gerusoppa, 17th November 2019: An ancient Jain hero stone (Veeragallu) belonging ...
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Sallekhana Memorial inscription of 12th century of a Jain woman found at Hombuja/Humcha.

Sallekhana Memorial Inscription & Panel Inscriptions found at Hombuja

+ Found at the origination point of Kumudvati river in Hombuja/Humcha.+ Sallekhana memorial inscription of a woman & said to ...
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Heritage Highlight

Once a Mysorean military base, Sultan Bathery's Jain temple bears witness to the tribulations of Wayanad and its people

Once a Mysorean military base, Sultan Bathery’s Jain temple bears witness to the tribulations of Wayanad and its people

The strikingly named Sultan Bathery, one of Wayanad’s largest towns, lies on National Highway 766 connecting Kozhikode with Mysore, both cities roughly equidistant from the town. Surrounded by the verdant ...
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Galleries

Chaturmukha Jain Tirthankara idol with Tirthankara seated in Padmasana, 10th- 11th Century.

Udaipur – City Palace Museum

Jain idols exhibited at the City Palace Museum, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. Photos by - Nitin H.P., Bengaluru (HPN@JHC) ...
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Ruined Tirthankar idol in kayotsarga - Jain Museum

Jaysinghpura, Ujjain – Jain Museum

Ruined Jain Tirthankar Idols at 'Jain Museum' Jaysinghpura, Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India. ‘Jain Museum’ was established by Shree Digamber Jain ...
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Cochin - Folklore Museum

Cochin – Folklore Museum

The Cochin Folklore museum houses ancient Jain Tirthankar idols and a carving of Lord Bahubali ...
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