Best Temples in Hampi
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About Temples in Hampi
Virupaksha Temple: Constructed under the assistance of Lakkana Dandesha’s – the commander under King Deva Raya II, Virupaksha Temple is dedicated to lord Shiva. The little temple developed into a huge complex under the rule of the Vijayanagara rulers, added by Chalukya and Hoysala periods. It is noteworthy that much of the Virupaksha Temple Architecture and sculpture is attributed to the Vijayanagara dynasty.
Achyutaraya Temple: Built in 1534 AD, Achyutaraya Temple stands between Matanga hills and Gandhamadana. It showcases Vijayanagar temple architecture at its best.
Sasivekalu Ganesha: Carved out of a single rock block, Sasivekalu Ganesha is a huge statue of Lord Ganesha that is almost 8 feet tall.
Hazara Rama Temple: Dedicated to Lord Rama, Hazara Rama Temple was once the private temple of the kings and the royal family of Vijayanagara. It is known for lovely bas relics and panels that depict the lovely bad relics and panels.
Hemakuta Hill Temple: Hemakuta Hill is dotted by several ancient temples. The temples on the Hemakuta Hill are among the oldest cluster of shrines in Hampi. The Hemakuta Hill as well as the group of temples situated on the hilltop are popular destinations for the tourists on the Hampi trail.
Other sacred sites that add to the Hampi Temple treasure include Lakshmi Narasimha temple and Vijaya Vittala Temple.
Hazara Rama Temple In Hampi
One of the most unique and popular temples in Hampi, the Hazara Rama Temple is a gorgeous Temple located at the center of Royal Enclosure. It is dedicated to the Hindu deity, Lord Rama. Among the many unique things, the name ‘Hazara Ramaswamy Temple’ stands out as it literally translates to a thousand Rama referring to the...
Virupaksha Temple In Hampi
Located in the state of Karnataka in Southern India, Virupaksha Temple is one of the group of monuments at Hampi, which has been denominated as UNESCO World Heritage Site. Adorned with magnificent carvings and sculptures, the temple is surrounded with structures including a pillared walkway, courtyards, entrances, and small...
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FAQ's of Hampi
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While beach lovers can drive off for a gala time at Goa or Gokarna, Bangalore and Hyderabad are great for shopaholics. Other than these, there is the very fascinating Mysore that awaits with its many tales. Coorg too, is a great respite for anyone looking for a break near Hampi.
Sri Venkateswara Hotel, Mango Tree, Gouthami Guest House, and Laughing Buddha are some of the best places to eat in Hampi.
Duration of 2 days is ideal to explore Hampi completely.
Stone artefacts, Lambani crafts, leather crafts, musical instruments, and banana fiber crafts are among the must-buys in Hampi.
Best time to visit Hampi is from October to February as the temperature is pleasant. Tourists can also visit during the monsoon season, but boulders become quite slippery during the season.
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