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QUICK FACTS
Location: Bellary district, Karnataka.
Famous for/as: Historical monuments, Architecture, Heritage. 
Weather:
Summer (March to June): 40°C  to 20°C.
Winter (October to February): 34°C  to 12°C. 
Monsoon  (July to September): Medium rainfalls.
STD CODE : 08394
BEST TIME TO VISIT : October to March.
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TRAVEL IN HAMPI SHOW MAP
The ruined township of Hampi (UNESCO World Heritage Site) was the capital of Vijayanagar Empire. Dotted around the hills and valleys the ruins of the empire are spread over the area of 26 sq km at Hampi.  Hampi is located near Hospet town in Bellary district in the Karnataka state on the banks of the Tungabhadra river. 
Hampi falls within an arid region. But the small area of Hampi is a little establishment with lush palm, banana, and mango trees located close to the river. Hampi is a great place to spend a few days discovering the rich, vibrant history, historical monuments and culture of the Vijayanagar Empire. Hampi and the surounding area is simply stunning for its innumerable monuments ( remnants) comprising of remains of palces, temples, market streets, royal pavilions, bastions and so on. Hampi is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India.
MUST SEE IN HAMPI

The remains (ruins) of the palaces of the ancient Vijayanagara dynasty are seen at Hampi. The various Hindu and Jaina temples- The Krishna temple, Pattabhirama temple, Hazara Ramachandra and Chandrasekhara temple as also the Jain temples and audience hall, the magnificent throne platform, the king's balance (tulabhara) are amazing.

The massive stone basement of the Queen's palace and Lotus-Mahal are only remnants of the luxurious palace of Vijayanagara dynasty at Hampi. The corner towers, the Dhananayaka's enclosure, the Mahanavami Dibba decorated with sculptured panels are worth watching. Ponds and tanks, mandapas, the elephant's stables and the row of pillared mandapas are some of the important architectural remains of this city.

There are also several "Shivalings" along the Tungabhadra river. Across the Tungabhadra, the old capital called Anegundi also has many important sites. The Hanuman Temple on Anjenaya Hill (572...

MUST DO IN HAMPI
Walking/Bicycling is the best as the ruins are scattered over a huge area.   Tourists should cross the river by coracle ferry though during June to August the ferry service is not available for Anegondi.    A very popular place for Rockclimbers.
FAIR & FESTIVAL IN HAMPI
Hampi has a set of annual festivals. Some are religious festivals associated with the temples. The others are cultural festivals.    Hampi Festival (November): This is the largest festival at Hampi. Generally they are scheduled for 3 days during the first week of November. The celebrations typically packed with shows of music, dance puppet shows fireworks and a pomp procession as the grand finale showcasing the cultural richness of the place. Of late items like rock climbing, water sports and rural sports also has been included in the schedule.    Purandaradasa Aradhana (January/February): This is principally a classical musical festival. The festival is held every year to commemorate the birthday of the ancient poet Purandaradasa who lived in Hampi. The venue is typically centered on the Purandaradasa Mantapa located near the Vittala Temple.    Irupaksha Car Festival (March/April): Held during the months of March or April (based on the local calendar), this is the largest religious festival in Hampi. The highlight is the procession along the main chariot street in Hampi. The image of the god & goddess is kept of the temple car (the giant wooden chariot) which is the centre of the procession. The festival marks the annual ritual marriage of the god & goddess.   Halapuja Festival (December): This again is held at the Virupaksha temple to mark the ceremonial betrothal of the divine couple.
REACH HAMPI
AIR

The nearest airport for Hampi is at Hubli (143 km).

RAIL
The nearest railway station is Hospet Junction,13 km away.
Hampi Express: This popular train connects Bangalore and Hubli via Hospet. Both the up and down journeys the train covers in the night.
ROAD
Hospet 13 km, Hubli150 km,, Bangaluru 350 Km, Hyderabad 360 Km.
KSTC and private buses provide regular service to Hospet from Bangalore, Mysore and Gokarna.

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