Hampi Heritage Of India – Everything You Need to Know

Hampi Heritage Of India - Everything You Need to Know

Hampi Heritage Of India – Everything You Need to Know

Introduction to Hampi Heritage: Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage site located in the Indian Southern Part of Karnataka. It was the Glorified capital of the Vijayanagara Empire from the 14th to the 16th century.

The Acres of Hampi are spread over a large area, covering about 41 square kilometers. The site includes more than 1,600 surviving remains of the ancient city, including temples, palaces, and other public and private buildings.

Best Architectural Monuments:

The Most Famous  Architectural structures in  Hampi  must visit are

  1. The  Virupaksha Temple,
  2. The Vittala Temple,
  3. The Lotus Mahal, and
  4. The Elephant Stables

Adventure Things For Tourism At Hampi

Visitors to Hampi can enjoy a variety of activities, including:

  • Cycling:  You can rent a bicycle or a cab and explore the surroundings of Hampi. It is an excellent way to explore the area and get some exercise.
  • Kayaking: Kayaking is available on the Tungabhadra River, and you can enjoy the natural beauty of the surroundings of Hampi.
  • Trekking: Hampi has many hills, including Matanga Hill, which offers an excellent trekking experience. You can witness stunning views of the surrounding landscape from the top of the hill.
  • Hot Air Balloon Ride: You can take a hot air balloon ride and witness the breathtaking aerial architectural views of Hampi’s ruins and surrounding landscape with the best high point.

Cultural Events In Ancient City Hampi

  • Hampi Utsav: Hampi Utsav is a cultural festival of Hampi that takes place every year in November. The festival celebrates the rich cultural heritage of Hampi of south India and includes music, dance, drama, and other cultural performances.
  • Virupaksha Car Festival: The annual car festival of the Virupaksha Temple in Hampi is a significant event in the temple’s calendar. The event usually takes place in March or April with heavy tourism spots to watch and involves a chariot procession with the temple royalty.
  • Navaratri: Navaratri is a nine-day Hindu festival that is celebrated throughout India on a grand scale. The festival celebrates the triumph of good over evil and involves fasting, feasting, and performing traditional dances like Garba and Dandiya. Many people visit Hampi during Navaratri to witness the cultural celebrations on a large scale in Hampi.
  • Hampi Heritage Walk: The Hampi Heritage Walk is an initiative by the Hampi Tourism Department to promote tourism and educate visitors about the history and heritage of Hampi. The walk usually takes place on weekends and involves a guided tour of the Hampi ruins.

This  Article is Written By: Princy Jain

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