Mandya is a city in the Indian state of Karnataka, India. It is the headquarter of Mandya district and is located 40 kilometres 25 mi from Mysore and 100 kilometres 62 mi from Bangalore. Sugar processing plants add to the major financial yield. It is likewise called Sakkare Nadu which in Kannada implies city of sugar since sugarcane is a noteworthy yield. There is a short history of 75 years to Mandya. Mandya commended it 75th year Amrutha Mahothsava in 2015. The radiant KRS dam was worked by M. Visvesaya in Mandya. There are a great deal of verifiable spots of significance in Mandya.
In 2016, Archeological Survey of India ASI uncovered another 13 ft 4.0 m statue of Bahubali, a much adored figure among Jains. He was the child of Adinath, the main tirthankara of Jainism, and the more youthful sibling of Bharata Chakratin, related to the third – ninth hundreds of years in Arthipura, Mandya locale. The removal is required to be finished by 2018. The Archeological Survey of India has likewise unearthed an eighth century statue of Bahubali in Arthipura, Maddur, Mandya, Karnataka, that is 3 ft 0.91 m feet wide and 3.5 ft 1.1 m tall.