Gommateshwara Statue or Bhagawan Bahubali Statue is a 57-foot 17 m high solid statue situated on Vindyagiri at Shravanbelagola in the Indian province of Karnataka. Vindyagiri Hill is one of the two slopes in Shravanabelagola; the other is Chandragiri, which is likewise a seat of a few old Jain focuses, considerably more seasoned than Gommateshwara statue. The Gommateshwara statue is committed to the Jain god Bahubali. It was worked around 983 A.D. Furthermore, is one of the biggest unsupported statues on the planet.
The development of the statue was authorized by the Ganga line clergyman and officer, Chavundaraya. Neighboring territories have Jain sanctuaries known as basadis and a few pictures of the Tirthankaras. One can have a wonderful perspective of the encompassing regions from the highest point of the slope. An occasion known as Mahamastakabhisheka pulls in lovers from everywhere throughout the world.
The Mahamastakabhisheka celebration is held once in 12 years, when the Gommateshwara statue is blessed with drain, saffron, ghee, and so forth. Heinrich Zimmer credited this anointment as the purpose behind the statue's freshness. The following abhisheka will be in 2030. The lavishly ornamented and perfectly cut figures supplement the principle figure. Cut on the back side of the ant colony dwelling place is additionally a trough for gathering water and other custom fixings utilized for the holy shower of the statue.