Bellary District Tourism & Travel Guide

Trips and Itineraries for Bellary district

One of the greatest Hindu kingdoms in India’s history, the village has some extremely captivating ruins, intriguingly intermingled with large boulders that rear up all over the landscape. ...

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However, a recent study by the Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi (IIT-D) revealed that the Kinnaur district in Himachal Pradesh has the cleanest air in the country, whereas Delhi is the most polluted....

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Hampi
One of the oldest and largest in the city of ruins, this temple was built in the 7th century and is still in use. The temple is on the southern banks of the River Tungabhadra and has a very simple design and architecture. Over so many years and the changing rule of so many kings, a number of additions and expansions had been made in the form of pillars and small rooms. The temple is one of the gems of this ruined place and was built of simple brick and mortar. The life size idols of Lord Shiva is attractive and overall this place is an important site of pilgrimage for Shaivites. The present temple is also almost in ruins but still in use.
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Hampi
This is the central landmark of the city of ruins and also known as the Matunga Hills. The peak of this hill is a place from where you can enjoy awesome views of sunset and sunrise and also some of the most spectacular views of the city. On the southern part down the hills is the Tungabhadra River and on top is the famous Veerbhadra Temple. This temple is dedicated to one incarnation of Lord Shiva known as Veerbhadra. On another side of the hills is the Achutya Raya Temple and last but not the least is the Hampi Bazar. This old market is the starting point of people who come for trekking here.
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