Meguti Jain Temple in Bagalkot, Karnataka, India - get details, & find more attractions to visit nearby

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Meguti Jain Temple

India, Karnataka, Aihole, Lamp

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About Meguti Jain Temple

This Chalukyan structured temple is situated inside the fortified walls of Aihole fort on a hillock. It was constructed by the great Poet, Scholar and General Ravikeerth in 634 AD with sandstones having fine grains. There are poetry inscriptions on the walls of the temple. But the bad thing was this beautiful temple appears to be incomplete till now.



Attractions near Meguti Jain Temple

Lad Khan Temple0.42km from Meguti Jain Temple

One of the oldest Hindu temples built in 5th century by the Kings of Chalukya Dynasty . Historical place which shows the architectural wonder of Karnataka

Durga Temple0.43km from Meguti Jain Temple

Medieval Hindu Temple which was Part of a pending UNESCO world heritage site . Famous as a rare apsidal or round ended Hindu temple

World Heritage site which is being a specimen of the great Chalukya architecture and also it was an exhibition of Dravidian as well as Indo Aryan style of architecture

Badami Cave Temples23.48km from Meguti Jain Temple

Considered as an example of Indian rock cut architecture .Calm and quiet place where we can explore and study about the ancient wonders of 6th centuries.

Agasthya Lake23.74km from Meguti Jain Temple

A beautiful lake in the middle of Badami heritage site which has a lot of myths and history to say. This lake has an enormous stretch of water resource that has a natural stretch of origin which is a centripetal force for Badami

Badami Fort23.98km from Meguti Jain Temple

A regal structure located on the top of a hill that was built by Chalukyan King Pulakeshi in 543 AD , viewpoint, Trekking centre, etc.

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Bagalkot8 attractions

Land of ancient Forts, caves and temples in Karnataka. Have a magnificient role in the history of formation of Karnataka state