The Online Compendium of Indian Temples
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The sculptures of Jain Tirthankaras were found in an abandoned state on a hillock near Jangaon town, indicating a pre-historic presence of practice of Jainism in Jangaon district. The hillock called as ‘Bommala Gutta and Siddhula Gutta’ in local parlance, is situated at Siddenki village, which is three kilometres away from famous Kolanpaka Jain Temple and 10 kilometres from Jangaon. The sculptures are engraved on the rocky surface of the hillock.

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