As indicated by the legend, Bahubali was the child of Rishabhadeva, the principal tirthankara of Jainism. At the point when Rishabhadeva chose to end up an ascetic, he deserted his common belonging and isolated his property between his two children. While Ayodhya was given to Bahubali's senior sibling, Bharata, Bahubali got the kingdom of Podanpur.
Despite the fact that Bharata had his own kingdom, he soon began begrudging the holy person, as Podanpur was flourishing all around. So he chose to battle his sibling to vanquish Podanpur. The fight included just the two siblings, which brought about Bharata's misfortune. Goaded, Bharata tossed a chariot wheel at Bahubali, which didn't influence him because of its celestial forces'.
The holy person was disheartened that his sibling was so lost in his yearn for control, that he could battle his lone sibling. He at that point chose to take after his dad's strides by denying his property. He stood in that spot on his sibling's property, mulling over his feet, asking God for pardoning. Despite the fact that he was watching reflection and retribution for a long time, he couldn't accomplish edification. Contemplations that he was all the while remaining in Bharata's territory influenced his appearance.