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Solo Trip to Hampi, Karnataka

Solo Travellers Guide to Hampi Backpack Trip Hampi, the city of ruins, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Situated in the shadowed depth of hills and valleys in the state of Karnataka, this place...


Rock Climbing at Hampi

Hampi is always full of rock climbers who are climbing up the boulders with their crash pads around. The landscape is ideal for rock climbing and bouldering since there are granite stones and boulders...

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Bike or Cycle Ride

Riding a bike across town is a whole new way to experience the local life, green fields and local culture. This is one of the most popular activities and things to do in Hampi,...

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Cliff Jumping at Hampi

Apart from wandering at the several ruins, Cliff Diving is one of the prime activities and things to do in Hampi. Especially popular among adventure buffs, the activity is enough to give you a...

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Hampi Bazar

This bazaar is facing the Virupaksha temple and hence is also known as the Virupaksha Bazaar. Various artifacts are available here including antique coins, shawls, bags etc. Most tourists purchase souvenirs here.

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Sasivekalu Ganesh

Sasivekalu Ganesh has a gigantic monolithic statue of Lord Ganesha. The statue is over 8 feet tall and was created in the memory of a Vijayanagara King – King Narasimha II. It is often...

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Kadalekalu Ganesh

Kadalekalu Ganesh is an important religious attraction in Hampi. The temple has traditional stone architecture and is located on Hemakuta Hill and has a huge 15 feet monolithic statue of Lord Ganesha which is...

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Hemakuta Hill Temple Complex

The Hemakuta hill lies between the Virupaksha temple complex to the north and the Krishna temple to the south. It is a collection of modestly sized monuments that are the best-preserved examples of pre-Vijayanagara...

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Pinhole Camera at Virupaksha Temple

This is one of those temples where you can see the gopuram’s (temple tower) inverted image in one of the rooms in the temple. Quite a marvel to see how advanced are ancient folks...

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Virupaksha Temple

Virupaksha Temple from Hampi, Karnataka, India. It is part of the Group of Monuments at Hampi, designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The temple is dedicated to Virupaksha (Shiva). The temple was built...

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Krishna Temple

It’s not been explained by words, you need to go and see the phenomenal architecture done in this temple. It is also famous for the musical pillars, which sang for particular time for particular...