Vindhyagiri is one of the two slopes in Shravanabelagola in the Indian territory of Karnataka. The other one be Chandragiri. Vindhyagiri is first alluded to "According to kavappu" Large - Kalbappu in eighth Century, yet its history starts with that of Gommateshwara in the late tenth century. A century and half later the town is named Gommatapura, after the giant, however the slope itself isn't related to an unmistakable name. The present name "Vindhyagiri" is said to be gotten from vim, soul and dhya, reflection, just like the spot sanctified by rishis saw in the contemplation on the incomparable soul.
The slope is situated around 3,288 Feet from Mean Sea Level and 438 Feet over the ground. The mammoth of Gommateshwara at the summit rules the valley. Jain folklore illuminates us that the main giant of Bahubali was introduced by Bharata at Paudanapura, it is portrayed to be around 525 ranges Maru - about a meter high. The 58' 8" high Bahubali picture on the Large Hill with 438' high stone mass shaping its platform. In 981 A.D., Chavundaraya, a Ganga serve changed over a tor remaining at the summit into a mammoth. Picking a key opening between rocks, he likewise developed a door the present Akhanda Bagilu with a substantial Gajalakshmi board decorating its upper part.