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Suparshwanatha Basadi, Shravanabelagola

At Shravanabelagola on the Chandragiri hill there are various monuments all over the hillock. One among them is Suparshwanatha Basadi to tthe north-west of the fort enclosure.



It is a small Temple that consists of a garbhagriha, a sukhanasi and a porch. The temple belongs to a period between 11th to 12th century.



In the garbhagriha there is image of tirthankara Suparshwanatha. The image here is a seated figure, canopied by a seven hooded serpent and flanked by male fan bearers.





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