Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site on the southern bank of the Tungabhadra river in the Vijayanagara district of Karnataka. It is a sheer delight for travellers, who have an eye for history and religion. The ancient ruins of the historic village of Hampi, which spreads over 4,100 hectares, are remnants of the glorious […]
Every tourist place has that one spot which earns it galore and admiration. For Hampi, the small, dainty temple village set in Karnataka, it’s the iconic stone chariot. It’s the leading man in the army of exquisite beautiful sights that Hampi offers and depicts Karnataka tourism as an icon itself. The chariot is actually a […]
Royal Enclosure, Hampi used to be the homes of erstwhile kings and queens. Know more about Royal Enclosure and its architecture.
A brief history of Karnataka. The dynasties who ruled Karnataka played a major part in shaping its history. Learn about the history and dynasties of Karnataka
Surathkal in Karnataka is well-known for its educational institutes and industries. The place has some lovely beaches in its vicinity. Read on to know more.
The Gejjala Mantapa is an ancient structure in Hampi with a highly impressive architecture. It is located at a short distance from the famous Vittala Temple and stands near the Chariot Street. The Gejjala Mantapa is believed to have been used for religious functions during the days of the Vijayanagara Empire. Gejjala Mantapa is one […]
Gagan Mahal in Anegundi is a ruined palace that was once the abode of the rulers of Vijayanagara. The palace is the office of local administration now.
Zenana Enclosure in Hampi is a secluded area meant for the royal women of the Vijayanagara Empire. The highlight of the area is the impressive Lotus Mahal.
Stone Doors in Hampi is part of the ruins in the Royal Enclosure. The monolith stone doors represent the artistic talent of the workers of the ancient era.
The Palace of Vira Harihara in Hampi is located within the Royal Enclosure. This ruined structure in Hampi is still visited by a large number of tourists.