Named after Bahubali, the Arihant referred to as Gomateshwara, this is statue of great religious and historical significance. It stands 58 feet height and is also revered as one of the tallest monolithic sculpture of the world.
The style of architecture is Asian Indian architecture. The statue is carved out of a granite block and depicts Bahubali without clothes. It is carved out of a single Rick. It is situated on a hill and one has to climb about 614 steps to reach the statue. The statue has the typical Jain style of architecture and represents the exquisite craftsmanship of the Indian artisans