Bahubali

Bahubali
Религия: (According to Jaina legends of India, the son of Rsabhanatha, the first Tirthankara, or saviour) Бахубали

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  • Bahubali — According to Jain Scriptures, Bahubali (also known as Gommateshvara ) was the youngest of the one hundred sons of the first Tirthankara, Lord Rishabha and king of Podanpur. The ContestBahubali s elder brother, Bharat, was envious of his wealth,… …   Wikipedia

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  • Mahamastakabhisheka — close up of the head of Gommateshvara, the 17.8 m monolith of the Tirthankara Bahubali, ca 978–993 AD, at Shravanabelagola, India, being anointed with saffron every 12 years by thousands of devotees as part of the Mahamastakabhisheka festival,… …   Wikipedia

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