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Kaladham Museum5 Mins
HAMPI a monumental, architectural land of splendour is a vivacious centre for modern pilgrim's journey– where history, the natural atmosphere, mythology and everyday cultural practices square measure closely interlacing. Kaladham / PLACE-HAMPI attracts upon the visual languages of anthropology, photography and new media. Through interactive technologies and beautiful wide 3D photography guests have interaction in sensory and experiential encounters with Hampi as an historic place and living cultural landscape.
OP Jindal Memorial
Located within 1km A tribute to the life and achievements of the industrialist. The structure proposes to house a memorial exhibition of Shri O.P.Jindal life's and his journey to create this large organization. The exhibition design proposes modules to showcase each phase of his life through a selection of images, storytelling, and objects.
Sandur Kushala Kala Kendra
Sandur Kushala Kala Kendra (SKKK) was discovered by SMIORE in 1984 to revive the standard crafts of the realm and improve the standard of lifetime of craftswomen. SKKK has evolved over the years and gained recognition for the Lambani craft, each nationwide and internationally. it's received the distinguished UNESCO Seal of Excellence for Handicrafts in South Asia in 2004 as recognition of excellence in modern crafts. The Kendra showcases varied crafts like embroidery, block printing, sculpting, carving etc.
Vijaya Vittala Temple35 KM
The temple is famous for Musical Pillars and the eminent Stone Chariot located at the center of the temple. The temple is considered to be one of the largest and the most famous structure in Hampi. This is located in the north eastern part of Hampi, near the banks of the Tungabhadra River at a distance of 35 KM from Hyatt Place Hampi hotel.
Virupaksha or Pampapati temple has been considered the most sacred among all temples at Hampi. The temple is about 50 m tall Pampa is a local goddess and the most ancient deity of the area (considered a form of Parvati ) Facing the Virupaksha temple is the double – storied structures known as the Virupaksha Bazaar or the Hampi Bazaar ( about 732 m long).
Queen's Bath33 KM
An Indo-Saracenic styled structure marks the beginning of the Royal Enclosure. The Queen’s Bath in Hampi is a colossal bath that symbolize the architectural excellence prevalent during the days of the Vijayanagara Empire. It is located close to the entrance of the Royal Enclosure in Hampi and 33 KM away from Hyatt Place Hampi Hotel.
Hazara Rama Temple32 KM
Hazara Rama Temple was built in 15th century by the king of Vijayanagara, Devaraya II. This temple is an important shrine in Hampi. This temple is located at the center of the royal area in Hampi. It was once the private temple of the kings and the royal family of Vijayanagara and is dedicated to Lord Rama, a Hindu deity. It is believed that on taking three rounds of the temple one can read the Indian epic Ramayana. The temple is located at a distance of 32 KM from Hyatt Place Hampi hotel.
The place is famous for rock cut caves built during 6th and 8th century. These caves are popular pilgrim centers of Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism alike Unspoiled by tourism, Badami is the site of the Brahmanical and Jain cave temples. The Chalukyas had dominated province of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh throughout sixth and eighthcenturies had Badami as their capital. The temples majorly are cut out of solid rock with elaborate interior decorations speaking of volumes of art and design of that era. There are 4 main cave temples; all hewn out of sandstone on the precipice of hill. 1 dedicated to Shiva, 2 dedicated to Vishnu and 1 dedicated to Jain. Shiva’s door keeper, the eighteen armed Nataraja striking 81 dance poses are worth seeing. The largest and the most ornamental is the third cave temple dedicated to Vishnu The temples are connected with each other with a flight of stairs. Badami is picturesquely situated at the mouth of the a ravine between two rocky hills. Other must visit are the Bhutanatha temple situated near lake beneath the cave temples.
There are over twenty two groups of temples in all, and the sheer number is enough to interest travelers and tourists who are major history and architecture buffs to visit this temple town. Situated on the bank of river Malaprabha, Aihole is a place of great architectural interest containing several temples within huge old crumbling walls that enclose a space of over 400 meters in length.
The temples in Pattadakal are built in a style that compasses both the Dravidian style of architecture as well as the Nagara style which was preferred in the Northern States. The temples are a UNESCO heritage website since 1987. Pattadakkal is home to a couple of temples that were designed throughout the eighth century. Of the many temples, the largest one is that the Virupaksha temple .One can see a blend of the north style and south style of the middle ages architecture in these temples.