- Chandragupta Basti: According to local legend this Basti is associated with Chandragupta Maurya who lived on his hill with Bhadrabahu. This structure was erected in the 9th century and named after Chandragupta. Interesting aspect of this three celled structure are 1) its fine towers, 2) a unique image of standing Sarvahna Yaksha in the vestibule and 3) two perforated screen with reliefs believed to be connected with Bhadrabahu. The Sarvahna Yaksha image is of Ganga workmanship. The sanctums have the images of four armed Yakshi Padmavathi, Parshwanatha, and Ambika Yakshi of Hoysala workmanship of 12th century. The stone screen narrating the story of the migration of Bhadrabahu was executed by a Hoysala artist named Dasoja.
Inscriptions of the incoming of Shruthakevali Bhadrabahu Swamy and Samrat Chandragupta:
Zoomed image of one of the inscriptions:
- Yakshi Kushmandini Devi:
- Gomeda Yaksha:
- Sri Adinatha Tirthankara: