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Neminath Basadi

Neminath Basadi is a Jain temple constructed in 1329. It is situated at Hiriyangdi, one km to the west of Gomata Hill in Karkala in Udupi District of Karnataka. Here the presiding deity is Mulnayak Bhagvan Neminath. There is a 54 ft Manasthambha, carved out of single rock, which has been installed in front of the Basadi. The nearby attractions include Chaturmukha Basadi and Ramasamudra Lake.

Karkala is situated about 52 km to the northeast of Mangalore. Udupi is the nearest railway station (40 km) and Mangalore is the nearest airport.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Udupi


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