Location: Bhagawan Bahubali Statue is a giant figure, about 71 meters high, which is standing atop the Indragiri Hills in Mutatti.
Description: Bhagawan Bahubali, also renowned as Gomateshwara, was one of the two sons of the King of Podanpur, Rishabha Dev. During Ganga dynasty, Bhagawan Bahubali Statue was built by a commander Chamundaraya. It is a magnificent monolithic sculpture created to honor him and is considered as one of the seven wonders in India. The appearance of this statue is imposing and awe-inspiring and that is what attracts people not only from India but from all over the globe to appreciate the beauty of this impressive structure. The statue is a significant figure that depicts how a King realized that the actual treasure lies in peace and not in worldly pleasures, and returned everything to his brother. He followed the path of salvation and thus conquered his ego, envy, pride and rage to attain peace and salvation. Just one sight of this hig -rising and beautifully constructed structure is sure to leave you fascinated.
Activities: Along with the statue, from the top of hill you can enjoy an astonishing bird’s eye view of surrounding areas and capture stunning shots with your camera.