10 Famous Temples in Hampi
Vitthala temple is over 3 km from Virupaksha temple, and is a part of the sacred center of Vijayanagara.
Virupaksha Temple is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is dedicated to Sri Virupaksha, a form of Lord Shiva.
Achyutaraya Temple was built in 1534 AD and is located between the Matanga Hills and Gandhamadana. It deptcs the Vijayanagara style of architecture.
Hazara Rama Temple
Hazara Rama Temple is dedicated to Lord Ram and was a ceremonial temple for the royal family in Hampi.
Pattabhirama Temple in Hampi was likely constructed in 16th century dedicated to Lord Vishnu's Avatar, Shri Ram.
Balakrishna Temple is dated to 1513 A.D. built by Raja Krishnadevaraya and is a part of Hampi complex.
Ugra Narasimha Statue
Ugra Narasimha Statue is the largest statue in Hampi depicting Lord Narasimha which is 6.7 in height.
Ganagitti temple was built by Irugappa Dandanayaka in the year 1386 A.D. and is dedicated to Kunthunatha, th 17th Thirthankara of Jaina faith.
Sasivekalu Ganesha Temple
Sasivekalu Ganesha Temple is dedicated to Lord Ganesha and the inscription on the statue is found to be of the year 1500 AD.
Hemakuta Hill Temples
Hemakuta Hill Temples is a moderate sized cluster of temples of pre-Vijayanagara era.