Hampi - Cryptic tale of Ruins! #Hampipictures #IssSummerBaharNikal

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A break from the unvarying circle of life imparts much desired peace to the one’s body and Soul. Listening to the story of the archaic old Walls becomes your passage to experience something non-existential. Anticipated a long end of the week, however stayed with day by day battles and a spontaneous excursion makes a wreck. Along these lines, this itinerary to cover the Cryptic Hampi is all you need to wink away.

Hampi, an ancient village, is an UNESCO World Heritage Site situated in east-focal Karnataka, India. It is dabbed with various demolished sanctuary edifices from the Vijayanagara Empire on the south bank of the River Tungabhadra.

Day 1

Take a bus/Auto Rickshaw from Hospet, the nearest town to Hampi. You would be deprived of any other conveyance options other than a Bus/Auto Rickshaw which actually offers you with a perfectly phased transition into the Life of the ancient Hampi.

The magnificent view at the starting of the adventure.

Photo of Hampi, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

The local point for a Coracle ride.

Photo of Coracle Ride, Hampi, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

Another point for a Coracle ride.

Photo of Coracle Ride, Hampi, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

The feeling of getting lost in the view.

Photo of Coracle Ride, Hampi, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

Don't miss out on the experience of bamboo boats in the perennial river eclipsing the amazing landscape.

The pillars.

Photo of Hampi Archeological Ruins, Hampi, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

The place is full of amazing ruins.

Photo of Hampi Archeological Ruins, Hampi, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

As you will walk towards the Vijaya Vitthala Temple, you encounter the entranced remains.

Belief above all.

Photo of The sacred banyan tree, Nimbapura, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

The significance of religious and spiritual belief of the people.

Various impressive monuments.

Photo of Hampi Archeological Ruins, Hampi, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

Standing tall in every situation.

Photo of Hampi Archeological Ruins, Hampi, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

Even the unnamed locations will depict a story of its own.

The entrance of the temple.

Photo of Varaha Temple, Hampi, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

The view from the backside of the temple.

Photo of Varaha Temple, Hampi, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

Covering the sides.

Photo of Varaha Temple, Hampi, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

One of the most remarkable temple in Hampi known for its architectural beauty and carvings on the wall.

Sit, pose and get a snap.

Photo of Hampi - Cryptic tale of Ruins! #Hampipictures #IssSummerBaharNikal by Aashi Pawaiya

Meanwhile, an ode to the Journey which says it all.

The strong foundation.

Photo of Inscribed Vishnu Temple, Hampi, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

The temple is among the lesser known shrines in Hampi, an interesting place for travellers to take a dip in the various aspects of architecture that rests in Vijayanagara.

Welcoming you in the temple through the giant gate.

Photo of Vijaya Vittala Temple, Hampi, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

The Kalyana Mandapam in the Vijaya Vitthala Temple.

Photo of Vijaya Vittala Temple, Hampi, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

Glance of sun from the temple.

Photo of Vijaya Vittala Temple, Hampi, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

The sunlights of a setting sun.

Photo of Vijaya Vittala Temple, Hampi, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

That peaceful view.

Photo of Vijaya Vittala Temple, Hampi, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

This ancient monument is known for its exceptional architecture and unmatched craftsmanship. One of the most iconic structure in the city.

In the Synchronization.

Photo of Stone Chariot, Hampi, Nimbapura, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

The symbol of a strong foundation.

Photo of Stone Chariot, Hampi, Nimbapura, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

The Karnataka tourism icon "The stone chariot" dedicated to Garuda which is situated in the middle of Vijaya Vitthala Temple is the jewel of Hampi.

Day 2

The time has come to spot the opposite side of Hampi by intersection the river in the middle of and falling into the lap of paddy fields.

DDLJ fans can feel a connection here.

Photo of Anjanhalli, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

The hill is believed to be the birth place of Lord Hanuman which is located about 5km from Hampi and surrounded by plantain and paddy fields. There are more than 550 steps to reach the peak of the hill.

The halfway view which motivates you to climb the top.

Photo of Anjaneya Hill, Hanumanahalli, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

The worthy view.

Photo of Anjaneya Hill, Hanumanahalli, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

Even the monkeys wants some peace away from a chaotic world.

Photo of Sunset View Point, Hanumanahalli, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

The perfect blend.

Photo of Sunset View Point, Hanumanahalli, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

And the tan lines says all.

Photo of Sunset View Point, Hanumanahalli, Karnataka, India by Aashi Pawaiya

Ending the Day at the apex of the mountain, where everything zeroed down nothing but peace.

P.S.- Always take a guide while you visit any historical monument, it will give you more details.

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