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Hampi a village located on the banks of the Tungabhadra River is regarded as one of the most important world heritage sites in India.It was counted amongst the largest and most prosperous cities of the world during its period of power and vigour.Who built it: Harihara and Bukkaraya Where is it located: On the banks of Tungabhadra River in the Northern part of Karnataka, India Visit Timing: Sunrise to Sunset Entry Fee per Person: For Vitthala Temple Complex and Zanana Enclosure –Rs.30/- for Indian citizens and visitors of SAARC and BIMSTEC countries; Rs.
Built in the Vijayanagara style of architecture with some elements from temples of Chalukya era, it is adorned with different Jain sculptures and consists of an inner sanctum or the garbha griha and two halls namely the antarala ardha mantapa and the maha mantapa. Murali Mohan Gurram Krishna Temple Krishna Temple was constructed in 1513 CE during the rule of king Krishnadevaraya to commemorate his conquest over the Gajapatis of Orissa.
Over the years the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has been conducting excavation works in the site.
Archaeologists opine that the ‘Islamic Quarter’, also referred as the ‘Moorish Quarter’ built amidst the Talarigatta Gate and the northern slope of the Malyavanta hill were used for residential purpose by the top ranking Muslim officers and military officers of the king.
These remains speak volumes of the socio-economic and political developments of Hampi.
In 1800 Colin Mackenzie discovered the remains of Hampi.