This is a monolithic statue of Bahubali, referred to as “Gommateshvara”, built by the Ganga dynasty minister and commander Chamundaraya. It’s 60 feet (18 m) in height and is situated above a hill in Shravanabelagola, in the Hassan district of Karnataka state, India. It was built in the 10th century AD.
In-arguably the most famous couple of Treta Yuga, Rama and Sita. Lord Rama is shown holding hands with Sita (Seeta), flanked by Hanuman on his right and Garuda on his left. This sculptures are on the gopura of a temple in Malleshwaram, Bangalore.
Trivia 42.7 m in height 24 million rupees spent for the statue 250 tons of Steel bars, 1,550 cubic meters of Concrete, and 300 liters of gold paint used 15 sculptors from India
This Buddha statue is at the centre of the Hussain Sagar lake, Hyderabad.
This gigantic statue of Mahishasura (Mahisha Demon) is on top of the Chamundi Hill of Mysore. In fact, Mysore gets its name from him, that is how prominent and (in)famous he was according to our mythology!
This statue is located at the entrance of the Tirupati Hill.