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  • from the English Wikipedia, see en:Image:ಗೋಮಟೇಶ್ವರ Gomateswara.jpg
  • The image shows the 17.9 m statue of the Jain prophet Gomatheswara. Carved between 978-993 AD, it is thought to be the largest monolithic statue in the world.

Own work - photo made by Bob Walker in Sravanabelagola, India in 1989.


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