Distance between Aurangabad and Sharavanbelgola is and the average travel time is using a cab.
Aurangabad named after Aurangzeb, the Mughal Emperor, is a city in Maharashtra. Aurangabad means Built by the Throne'. Being a tourist hub, the city has many historical monuments of great importance.
Aurangabad is said to be a City of Gates and the strong presence of these can be felt as one drives through the city. Recently, Aurangabad has been declared as Tourism Capital of Maharashtra. It is also one of the fastest growing cities in the world.
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You can reach Sharavanbelgola from Aurangabad by road in about using a cab upon driving using a cab.
Sharavanbelgola is a village famous for its impressive Jain temple. It is located in Hassan District of Karnataka. Shravanabelagola is famous for the statue of Bahubali which is supposed to be the tallest monolithic stone statue in the world. This place belongs to Hassan district of Karnataka in India. This place has it importance for Jain religion, art and culture and situated in between two hills. Tourists witness the artistic and architectural excellence of monuments and intense devotion to religion.
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Vindhyagiri - The hill is about 470 feet above the ground and is one solid rock. It must be climbed barefoot. Most tourists use the 'main steps' from the town consisting of a dual flights of about 660 steps to the top, cutout in the rock.
Lord Gommateshwara - also referred to as Bahubali, it is a 17.38 meter (58 ft) high monolithic stone statue of the Lord Gommateshwara. This statue is considered to be the world's largest monolithic stone statue. It is carved beautifully from a single block of rock with accurate sense proportion and expression.
Odegal Basti- (Trikuta Basti)
Chandragiri - Shravanabelagola occupies a significant place in the Jain legacy of Karnataka, for being the place where Chandragupta, the founder of the Mauryan dynasty, became a Jain ascetic after relinquishing his throne.
The Cave of Bhadrabahu
Kuge Brahmadevara Kambha