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Stone Chariot at Vittala Temple, Hampi
Stone Chariot at Vittala Temple, Hampi The Stone Chariot is the flagship tourist attraction of Hampi. This isa shrine built like a chariot. This is located inside the Vittala Temple campus.
Elephant stables of Hampi
Elephant stables of Hampi Hampi is both a historic as well as a historical place in India.It is a vast open museum of history, architecture and religion and is a major tourist attraction. It is one of the World heritage sites of India. Elephant Stables of Hampi are a major tourist attraction.
Elephant Stables, Hampi
Elephant Stables, Hampi This was used to ‘park’ the royal elephants. There are 11 domed tall chambers. the centre one is bigger in size and its tower resembles the other temples of Hampi. Probably the musicians and the associated band troupes had been using this during ceremonies involving elephant processions.
Dome of Elephant stables, Hampi
Dome of Elephant stables, Hampi The pic represents the central dome of Elepahant stables of Hampi, India.
Lotus Mahal, Hampi
Lotus Mahal, Hampi This is Lotus Mahal which also known as chitragani mahal & kamal mahal. Unlike the major sturtures in Hampi, this is made our of lime mortar & brick made composition.
Pushkarini, Hampi
Pushkarini, Hampi Pushkarinis could be found at various places in Hampi, India
Lakshmi-Narsinmha Temple
Lakshmi-Narsinmha Temple The photo is from Lakshmi Narsimha temple.This is the largest statue in Hampi.
Krishna Temple, Hampi
Krishna Temple, Hampi This temple dedicated to Lord Shri Krishna was built by the king Krishnadevaraya in 1513 AD to celebrate the conquest of the eastern kingdom of Udayagiri or Utkala (now part of Odisha).
Badavilinga Temple, Hampi
Badavilinga Temple, Hampi This is a Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.
Kadalekalu Ganesha, Hampi
Kadalekalu Ganesha, Hampi This giant statue of Ganesha was carved out of a huge boulder at the northeastern slope of the Hemakuta hill. The belly of this statue resembles a Bengal gram (Kadalekalu, in local language) and hence the name.