The Virupaksha Temple in Hampi is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Hampi is the temple town in South India and is acknowledged as the world heritage site of UNESCO. The Virupaksha Temple in Hampi is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Hampi is the temple town in South India and is acknowledged as the world heritage site of UNESCO. View from Elephant Stable, Royal Centre - Hampi The Badavilinga Temple is the largest monolithic Shiva Linga in Hampi with the height of 3 feet. The huge shiva linga is situated inside a small stone chamber. It is said that this 92 years old priest offers prayers daily. 50 Shade of India on 50 Rupees note on the street of Hampi. Street of Hampi which clearly show Source of Income vs Status of Income. A tour to Hampi is incomplete without visiting Lotus Mahal. It is one of the fine architectural designed palaces that are uniquely identified by its lotus look like structure. Sunrise from Matanga Hill - Hampi This is the largest statue in Hampi. Narasimha is sitting on the coil of a giant seven-headed snake called Sesha. The heads of the snake acts as the hood above his head. The god sits in a cross-legged Yoga position with a belt supporting the knees. Elephant Stable The 15th century build elephant stable in Hampi is the fine example of Indo-Islamic style of architecture. The building has a row of 11 huge domes, which are use to accommodate elephant. The central dome being the largest and most decorative. Temple Run in Hampi. Laxmi Blessing one of the traveler . Northern Light in India - Hampi. Sunset from Hemkutta Hills - Hampi What is more beautiful Sunrise or Sunset - Matanga Hill Yoga from Anjanadri Hill, Hampi Had a breakfast at local while hopping on the street of Hampi. Farmers in their Farm on the street of Hampi. View of Virupaksha Templeform Hemkutta Hills - Hampi Can someone count the number of Shivling in this picture. Har Har Mahadev on the wall of Laughing Buddha Restaurant in Hampi.