Kattale Basadi - Chandragiri
Historical | Pilgrimage
#8 of 16 Places to Visit in Shravanabelagola
Distance (From Sravanbelagola): 0.5 Kms
Trip Duration (Including Travel): 15 Mins or Less
Place Location: On Chandragiri Hill
Transportation Options: Walk/Trek
Travel Tips: This is situated on Chandragiri hill and can be visited along with all other structures on Chandragiri
At a distance of 0.5 km from Shravanabelagola Bus Station & 1.5 km from Bahubali Gomateshwara Temple, Kattale Basadi is situated to the left of Parswanatha Basadi on Chandragiri. It is the biggest of all the Basadis on Chandragiri hill.
This basadi is dedicated to Adinath, the first tirthankara. An image of the Goddess Padmavathi is also found in the verandah. It was constructed by Ganga Raja, the general of Vishnuvardhana. This structure was recently renovated by the Government of Karnataka.
The basadi has garbhagriha, pradakshinapatha, an open sukanasi, a navaranga of 16 pillars, a large rangpmandapa. The garbhagriha houses the seated image of Lord Adinatha. As per the inscriptions on the pedestal of this image, the temple was funded by Pochavve, the mother of Gangaraja.