A 14th Century capital in ruins

A capital of the 14th Century Vijayanagara Empire, Hampi sits upon a ruin-strewn landscape where once one of the richest and largest cities stood. A world heritage site located upon the banks of the Tungabhadra river, wending its way through giant boulders, Hampi is a reminder of the vainglorious efforts of a civilization to achieve immortality, whose legacy lives on in stone. The many Hindu temples inlaid with characters from mythology, depicting the many avatars of Lord Vishnu, with a few Mughal empire structures punctuated with nature’s own rock monuments, make Hampi an unforgettable experience.

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