-Photos by Nitin H.P. (HPN@JHC), Bengaluru Images of Jain idols and inscriptions at the State Archaeology Museum, Madikeri (Coorg), Karnataka, India.
Mulluru (Kodagu District, Karnataka): One of the most ancient Jain centres in Kodagu is situated in Mulluru near Shanivarasanthe. Three Jain Basadis in memory of Jain Theerthankaras have been throwing light on the history of Jainism in the region. The place was the capital of the Kongalvas, who were the subordinates of the Cholas. There […]
History – One of the most ancient Jaina centres of Kodagu, Mulluru is in Somwarpet taluk. This place seems to have been the capital of the Kongalvas, who were the subordinates of the Cholas. There are three basadis of Parswanatha, Shanthinatha and Chandranatha. The Parswanatha basadi was built by Poccahha, the queen of King Kongalva […]