As demonstrated by the legend, Bahubali was the kid of Rishabhadeva, the important tirthankara of Jainism. Right when Rishabhadeva wound up an austere, he left his normal daily requirement things, place and divided his property between his two kids. While Ayodhya was given to Bahubali's senior kin, Bharata, Bahubali got the kingdom of Podanpur.
In spite of the fact that Bharata had his very own kingdom, he before long started envying the blissful individual, as Podanpur was booming all around. So he fought his kin to vanquish Podanpur. The battle included only the two kin, which realized Bharata's mishap. Annoyed, Bharata threw a chariot wheel at Bahubali, which didn't impact him as a result of its divine powers.
The sacred individual was discouraged that his kin was so lost, that he could fight his single kin. He at that point chose to follow his father's walks by denying his property. He stood in that spot on his kin's property, thinking about his feet, approaching God for pardoning. Regardless of the way that he was watching reflection and reckoning for quite a while, he couldn't achieve illumination. Observations that he was at the same time staying in Bharata's region impacted his appearance.
After holding the panchakalyana program of Theerthankaras for five days, the Mahamastakabhisheka will be held. A parade will be taken out from Bhagavan Chandranath Swami Basadi to Rathnagiri on February 9.
The Mahamastakabhisheka of Bahubali with 1,008 kalashas will be hung on February 16, 17 and 18, 8 am onwards and various cultural programmes will take place on this occasion.
Source: Shravanabelagola Gommateshwar Mastakabhisheka 2018
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9th February 2019 - 18th February 2019
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