Nandi of Mysore
At least 350 years old, this 4.9m tall and 7.6m long Nandi is carved out of a single boulder is the 5th largest monolithic Nandi in the country. Located midway on the Chamundi Hill.
Nandi at Jurahareswarar temple in Kanchipuram
This temple was built by Pallava King Narasimhavarman II (Rajasimhan) in the early 8th century CE, who ruled from 695.C.E - 728.C.E.
Nandi in Halebeedu
Brought from elsewhere, this is located in the garden at Halebeedu, Karnataka
Carved in soapstone, this is installed @ the pavilion facing the main shrine, Halebeedu.
Nandi image in the river
This image is carved on a boulder in Tungabhadra River
Three Headed Nandi
Three Headed Nandi inside the Virupaksha Temple