Hampi is renowned for its stone temples, which turned it a UNESCO World Heritage site flourished under the reign of Sri Krishnadevaraya and was once the wealthiest cities in India.
Lakkana Dandesha’s assistant, who was a commander under King Deva Raya II, constructed the Virupaksha temple that was dedicated to Lord Shiva – The Observer – within human beings.
This temple has a vast courtyard and ancient structures of brilliance is one of the earliest in the Hampi temple complex, as well as one of the attractive places to visit…
This is another chief magnetism in Hampi, which takes one to the royal era. The Hazra Rama Temple of Lord Ram which the walls of this temple depict important chapters of Ramayana through pictography.
The alluring infrastructure of this temple is baffling the tourists for centuries. The inner walls of this temple have bas-reliefs of Ramayana, which might have lead to the name Hazara Rama!