Wednesday, 9 January 2013

HAMPI THE GREATEST HINDU KINGDOM IN INDIA

By raj thakkar  |  05:19 3 comments

hampi images
       
            Hello friends After successful post on kutch and Khajuraho i am going to post on Greatest Hindu Kingdom in India which is Hampi.In this Article I will tell you geographic location of Hampi,History of hampi,and Some guideline for tour to Hampi.
LOCATION :-
            Hampi is village of karnataka State in India.Do you people know that This is the last capital of vijaynagar.It is situated at bank of Tungbhadra river.
temples in Hampi

TEMPLES IN HAMPI:-
           In hampi there is greatest and noteble Hindu temples structured.Some list of temples in Hampi is are as given bellow.
- Malyavanta Raghunathaswamy temple
- Virupaksha Temple
- Krishna Temple
- Hazara Rama Temple
- Krishna Temple
- Vittala Temple
            So thease are the Greatest Hindu temples in India Which are located in Hampi. 
history of hampi

Some History about Hampi:-
            Hampi is a village that was last capital of vijaynagar and also It is known as greatest Hindu kingdom in india. It has some  ruins, intriguingly intermingled with large boulders that rear up all over the landscape.The ruins, which date back to the 14th century, stretch for just over 27 kilometers and comprise more than 450 monuments. The most striking monument is the Vittala Temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Its main hall has 56 pillars that make musical sounds when struck.
            So friends this are the information which i know about the Hampi which is great historical place in india.I must want to suggest to all of you visit to Hampi at least once in your life It will become great tour of your life you can know more history about Hampi.Have a nice day..
 

Author: raj thakkar

Raj Thakkar is a Blogger (By Choice) from Bhuj.He has completed his B.Tech. CE from Ganpat University.

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