Statue of Oneness

Recently, Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh unveiled the 108-foot tall ‘Ekatmata ki Pratima’ or ‘Statue of Oneness’ of eighth century Hindu philosopher and Saint Adi Shankaracharya in Omkareshwar in Khandwa district of Madhya Pradesh.

  • This 108-foot statue is situated on the Mandhata Mountain in Omkareshwar.
  • The idol is crafted from bronze, containing 88% copper, 4% zinc and 8% tin. Its internal structure is constructed from high-quality steel, ensuring its stability.
  • The Mandhata Island, nestled on the Narmada River, is home to two of the 12 Jyotirlingas – Omkareshwara and Amareshwara. The area is close to Mahakaleshwara Jyotirlinga at Ujjain, located 110 km to ....
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