- Inscriptions of Shanthaladevi (1123 AD):
- Inscription in the 7th century characters, is an epitaph in memory of a person belonging to the Pertvana family. As the letters are defaced in many places, the details cannot be made.
- Sasana Basti: This structure is so called because of the Sasana (inscription) located at its entrance. The image of Adinatha seated in the Paryankasana (a typical yogic posture) on a lion throne in the sanctum, has an inscription. It states that this “Indrakulagraha” (an abode of Lakshmi) was built by Gangaraja. The Hoysala king Vishnuvardhana granted village Parama for its maintenance. The Ambika Yakshi and Sarvahna Yaksha are of Hoysala workmanship. As Gangaraja is stated to have built the Kattale basti and Sasana basti on this hill, it may be assumed that the first temple was built on behalf of his mother Pocikabbe and the second on the behalf of his wife Lakshmimathi in 1118 AD.
- Left: Gomeda Yaksha, Center: Bhagwan Shri Adinatha Tirthankara, Right: Yakshi Kushmandini Devi
- Manasthambha: The Manasthambha is about 65 feet high and is also the tallest among the free standing pillars at Shravanabelagola. It was added in late 17th century.