Hampi is well-known for its remnants having a place with the recent archiac Hindu realm of Vijaynagar and it is proclaimed a World heritage site.
The Hindu style of design found at Hampi mirrors the magnificence of the Vijaynagar Empire. The rough scene adds to the notable feel of this sjte.
located on the banks of the Tungabhadra river in Hampi. Due to its excellent design and history, the temple was established in the 7th century and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
One of Hampi's most well-known landmarks is the Lotus palace. The royal women of the Vijayanagar Empire were housed in this palace.
The Vithala Temple, Hampi's most stunning landmark, is a truly exquisite example of luxurious building dating from the 16th century.
YANTRADHARAKA HANUMAN TEMPLE
It is located on top of Anjaneya Hill, about 2km from the Virupaksha temple. This 500 year old shrine is dedicated to lord hanuman.
During the Vijanagar Empire, this aquatic enclosure, which was previously a part of the Royal Enclosure, was used as the Royal bath.
The bath was built in such a way that no one from the outside could use it. The Royal Bath, which is nearly 500 years old, continues to draw visitors
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