Back to history: Hampi
The Hampi Ways
Hampi... yes, it exists!
Hampi Just Became A Luxury Destination And This Is The Reason Why
Food Junctions on NH1
A sunny walk down in the Konkan-Deccan
Weekend getaway to Hampi, A UNESCO world heritage site.
Hampi: A Day's Trip
Hampi- Let those architecture tell you the history of Vijayanagara
History Unplugged- Hampi, India
Humpi!!!---Perfect trip for weekend gateway
Hampi - Land of Ruins and culture
Day 1 - We chose Hampi for a long weekend getaway.Hampi do not have a direct bus facility from Hyderabad.So we took a bus till Hospet.We got down at hospet at around 3.30 AM near Hospet bus stand.The moment we got down auto drivers surrounded us demanded an amount of 4000 INR to take us to out pre booked resort in Anegundi which is other side of the river(just 30km from Hospet)....
Hampi....The Ruined City !!!!
Hampi was always on my list of must see places in Karnataka it is 353 km from Bangalore hence we chose to drive down we started our journey in midnight it’s around 6 hours drive from Bangalore, drive was smooth till Chitradurga once you are on the NH4 highway to Hospet potholes won’t let you sit comfortably for more than 2 minutes highway is full of potholes, disappointed to call it a highway several thousand millions of tax payer’s money is spent on maintenance of roads but this was real shocking nonetheless we reached safely to Hospet in wee hours, shoved our luggage in hotel room and took a power nap for fresh start....
Hampi is lot more than just the ruines..
Hampi - an Untold Story in Every Rock.
Hampi - A trip back to Medieval era
Finally Hampi Happened to Me
Hampi does not need any introduction for those who love to travel and interested to know history behind everything specially when it is declared as UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE but for those who have recently fallen in love with travelling world, here is a brief introduction about this historical place – Founded by : Harihara and Bukkaraya Nearest city : Hospet District : Bellary State : Karnataka Country : India Hampi (Hampe) is a village in northern Karnataka, India....
Mumbai-Hampi-Badami-Vijapur-Mumbai-A Trip In a True Backpacker Style (Part One)
Hampi | Solo Travel | Part 1
Hampi: The Lost Empire
Found beauty in ruins – Found beauty in Hampi
Hampi - Aihole - Pattadkal - Badami
2 days of Hampiness #Hampipictures
STONED AMIDST THE STONES
I started off from Bangalore via Bus,which was an overnight journey.The Bus dropped me at Hospet in the morning from where I took an auto for Hampi,which halted close to the Tungabhadra river-the temple side,from where I took a coracle ride (coracles are small bamboo made tokri boats) for the Hippie Island (the place where you should stay)-on the other side of the river....
Ruins and beyond
MUMBAI - HAMPI - BADAMI - VIJAPUR -MUMBAI-A Trip In a True Backpacker Style (Part Two)
Hampi, the city of ruins!
Tungabhadra Dam - Come Fall in Love!
Hampi : Ramayana Recitals in Rocks
Solo Tripping - Hampi Diaries - Part 1
Weekend Trip to Hampi, Karnataka, India
Hampi: The Other Side
3 days trip to heritage of Hampi
It is home to beautiful temples, ruins of palaces, remains of aquatic structures, ancient market streets, royal pavilions, bastions, royal platforms, treasury buildings and of course chain-smokers :D Trip route: Bangalore -> Hospet Junction railway station -> Hampi I planned with my other two friends....
A village of religion, architecture, monuments and history! Hampi
It's 7 in the morning and we reached Hospet as we have kept our stay there 10 kms away from Hampi, rested for some hours and later in the evening head towards Tungabhadra Dam the view is grandiose, though the gates are closed for the flow but still the architecture itself, the serenity that this area has is sound....