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Nearly 850 cms high, white-colored idol of Bhagawan Bahubali in the
It is in the shadow of the Nana hill.
The tirth is the land of penance of many ascetics. According to Digambars,
this kshetra is regarded as an Atishay Kshetra. Nearly three hundred and
fifty years ago, great and learned Digambar Acharya Samantabhadraji
Maharaj Saheb practiced here severe penance. On this hill, there are
ancient temples but the new idol was recently installed here under the
auspices of His Holiness.
In the compound of this temple, there are beautifully and artistically
made splendid and fascinating replicas of the Siddhakshetras and
samovasaran. A svetambar temple and a Digambar temple are there on this
of art and Sculpture:
Among the hills in the forest, this temple looks very beautiful and
delightful. The idol of Bahubali is splendid and wonderful. The
construction of the Samovasaran displays artistic skill. In this temple,
the hearts of devotees are filled with joy of devotion.
The nearest railway station of Hathaklangade on the Kolhapur. Miraj road,
is at a distance of 8 kilometers. Bus service and private vehicles are
available. Boarding and lodging provisions are there near the temple.
Vidyapith Atishay Kshetra, Shri Bahubali - 416118. Dist - Kolhapur, State
- Maharashtra, India.