SAAVIRA KAMBADA TEMPLE (Kannada : ಸಾವಿರ ಕಂಬದ
ಬಸದಿ Sāvira Kambada Basadi) or TRIBHUVANA TILAKA
CūḍāMAṇI (Sanskrit : त्रिभुवन तिलक
चूडामणि), is a basadi (ಬಸದಿ) or Jain temple
noted for its 1000 pillars in
The town of Moodabidri is noted for its eighteen Jain temples but Saavira Kambada Temple is considered the finest among them.
* 1 History
* 2 Other Jain Temples in Moodabidri
* 2.1 Guru Basadi
* 3 Moodabidri Jain Math * 4 Bhaṭṭāraka Charukeerthi * 5 Gallery * 6 See also * 7 Notes * 8 External links
The Basadi was built by the ruler of Vijayanagar, Devaraya Wodeyar in 1430 with additions made in 1962. The shrine has a 60 feet tall monolith manasthambha (erected by Karkala Bhairava Queen Nagala Devi).
OTHER JAIN TEMPLES IN MOODABIDRI
Moodabidri is noted for its 18 Jains Temples-
* VIKRAM SHETTY BASADI * MAHADEVA SHETTY BASADI * CHOLA SHETTY BASADI * KOTI SHETTY BASADI * DERMA SHETTY BASADI * AMMANAVARA BASADI
Guru basadi is the earliest of the Jain monuments. A stone idol of Parshwanatha, about 3.5 metres tall, is installed in the sanctum of this basadi. Here the rare Jain palm leaf manuscripts of 12th century A.D. known as ‘Dhavala texts’ are preserved. This basadi was stolen on 6 July 2013 where the 15 golden idols were stolen.
MOODABIDRI JAIN MATH
A bhaṭṭāraka seat exists at Moodabidri responsible for administering the 18 temples at Moodabidri and the other temples in the surrounding areas. The name given to the bhaṭṭāraka of Moodabidri is Charukeerthi.
The left side view of the Basadi *
Manastambha of the Basadi *
Idol of Chandraprabha, 8th Thirthankara *
Inside panorama *
Painting depicting universe as per Jain cosmology *
Painting depicting Jambudvipa *
Inner view panorama from the left hand side *
Pillars inside the basadi *
Bahubali statue at Gurubasati *
Kallu Basadi *
Koti Basadi *
Guru basadi *
Leppada Basadi *
Vikram Setty Basadi *
Deremma Setty Basadi
* ^ A B "Moodbidri — woods of yore". Online Edition of The Hindu, dated 2005-04-24. Chennai, India. 2005-04-24. Retrieved 2008-01-25. * ^ Pratyush Shankar. "FRAMEWORK FOR UNDERSTANDING MOODABIDRI TEMPLES AS PUBLIC PLACES" (PDF). 15 January 2006. CEPT University, Ahmedabad, India. Retrieved 4 January 2012. * ^ http://www.deccanchronicle.com/130709/news-current-affairs/article/idol-theft%E2%80%88karnataka-robbed-history * ^ A B Special Correspondent (2012-12-10). "Jain festival begins in Moodbidri". The Hindu. Retrieved 2013-07-13. * ^ Jainism in Southern Karnataka: (up to AD 1565) - Shakuntala Prakash Chavan - Google Books. Books.google.com. Retrieved 2013-07-13.
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