Pilgrimage tours in Hampi

Hampi is not only a delight for history buffs and architectural enthusiasts but is also famous with pilgrims because this place has too many temples. Most of these ancient temples are important places of worship and frequently visited by a large number of pilgrims. Some of the most notable temples include:

Virupaksha Temple –

– This ancient temple is located in the Hampi Bazaar and is also referred to as Pampapathi Temple. The main feature of the temple is the 160-foot high tower at the entrance and besides Shiva; it also contains shrines of Pampa and Bhuvaneshwari statues.





Virupaksha Temple

This ancient temple is located in the Hampi Bazaar and is also referred to as Pampapathi Temple. The main feature of the temple is the 160-foot high tower at the entrance and besides Shiva; it also contains shrines of Pampa and Bhuvaneshwari statues.







Malyavanta Raghunathaswamy Temple:

This temple features ancient architecture where the internal walls are adorned with motifs of marine and different types of fish.







Vitalla Temple Complex

This temple is undoubtedly one of the most famous ruins of Hampi. The grandeur of the architecture is further accentuated by the beautiful illumination in the evenings. The temple is home to the famous pillars as well as the well-known stone chariot. These pillars are also called musical pillars because they resonate with sound when tapped. This amazing architectural marvel is dedicated to Lord Vitala, who is an incarnation of God Vishnu.




Krishna Temple Complex:

This is yet another temple complex that was excavated recently and the restoration work are still going on.


Hazara Rama Temple Complex

This is a complicated temple complex that is famous for its frescoes and the elaborate garden courtyard. There are more than 1000 inscriptions and carvings, which depict the story of Ramayana. These are just some of the most famous temples in Hampi and are frequently visited by a large number of tourists. A lot of religious festivals take place in these temples that draw people from all over the country. Some of these festivals are held in the months of January and February, which sees a lot of pilgrims attending the festivals. These beautiful and exotic temples are not only known for their religious significance but are also famous as architectural sights.




Navabrindavanam

Navabrindavanam is a holy place as Mantralayam, where nine Brindavana s of Madhva saints are located. Nava Brindavanam shrines are located on a tiny island on the Tungabhadra River.





Anjanadri Parvath

Anjanadri Parvath Home of the Monkey Hordes led by Hanuman, Vaali and Sugreeva, who aided Lord Rama on his quest for his wife.

Pampa Sarovar

Pampa Sarovar one of five samovars in India, the place where Shabari wait for Lord Rama,

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