A Gandaberunda sculpture(also known as the Berunda) is found on the roof of the Rameshwara temple, in the temple town of Keladi, Shivamogga district, India.
The Gandaberunda is a two headed mythological bird of Hindu mythology thought to possess magical strength. It is used as the official emblem by the Karnataka government and it is seen as an intricately sculptured motif in Hindu temples. The origin of the double headed bird goes far back in time. As far back as 2000 BC to 1300 BC the double-headed eagles are present in archaeological remains of the Hittite culture.