The standing Thirthankara is surrounded by twenty-three seated Tirthankaras, showing the entire pantheon of Tirthankaras. In the absence of cognizance, it is not possible to identify Tirthankaras.
Two of the Tirthankaras are protected by a snake hood over their head. They are Parasvanatha and Suparshvanatha.
On either side of the standing Tirthankara, there is a seated Yaksha and Yakshi. Their attributes are not discernible to enable identification.
The standing figure is most likely to be Mahavir, the last of the Tirthankaras. Over him is a Chatra. The Prabhavali is topped by Kiritamukhaa, the face of glory. The Kiritamukha is flanked by two birds (Parrots?). A pair of fans – Chamara (Normally referred to as fly whisk. Incorrect name in my view) is shown just below the Kiritamukha.
There is ritual/usage-related wear. There is no inscription.
This shrine is most likely from North Karnataka and it may date to the nineteenth century. The shrine is about 28 cm in height.