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Ranked 3 of 13 sightseeing in Pattadakal

Constructed using Dravidian style of architecture by the Rashtrakutas of Manyakheta is the Jain temple that is located on the Pattadakal – Badami Road. The unique idols and sculptures present within the temple are said to be from the 9th century. The temple is believed to have been constructed as per the wishes of King Amoghavarsha or his son Krishna II.

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Older than the oldest monuments of Hampi

The Jain temples of Statical mark the classiness of the Chalukya dynasty. According to archaeological data, these temples were built in the 5th century. Unlike the temples of Hampi, these temples are entirely made of rocks. No adhesives were used and interlocking system developed by the architects of Chalukyas dynasty.The Jain temple was constructed by the Rashtrakutas of Manyakheta in the Dravidian style of architecture.

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Jain Temple, Pattadakal

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Jain Temple, Pattadakal
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Jain Temple, Pattadakal

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