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Hampi. A mythical landscape scattered with huge granite boulders balanced precariously on each other and held together by mythology and history. Bisected by the Tungabhadra and ancient irrigation canals that create a sliver of blue and green across the rugged terrain, this is a land imbued with the presence of gods, goddesses, and heroes. Spread across this are the ruins of a magnificent city once described as the best-provided city in the world.

In this Blog on Hampi, we dive back into its history and mythology to bring you fascinating tales and anecdotes from South India’s largest, wealthiest, and most powerful kingdom. While excavating and sifting through the sands of time, we invite you to share with us your experiences of this surreal realm.


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Tracing the Ramayana Trail in Hampi

Published on: 10/06/2024 Contributors: Rashmi Gopal Rao

While Hampi is a favourite with history and culture buffs, many of its monuments have immense religious significance and are intrinsically associated with the Ramayana. The temples of Hampi bear innumerable carvings of scenes from the Ramayana.

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Where Stones Sing: The Hemakuta Hill in Hampe

Published on: 06/05/2024 Contributors: Sourabha Rao

Hampe, or the anglicised Hampi, keeps several mythological stories alive to this day. Etched in stone. Literally.

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Craft Calling: Traditional Lambani Arts and Crafts and the Sandur Kushala Kala Kendra

Published on: 12/04/2024 |Contributors: Bindu Gopal Rao

Located forty-two kilometres from Hampi, the tiny village of Sandur is doing its bit to preserve local crafts through the local outfit Sandur Kushala Kala Kendra.

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North Karnataka’s Threesome — Badami, Aihole, & Pattadakallu

Published on: 01/10/2022 |Contributors: Prathap DK

While the famous UNESCO World Heritage site, Hampi, is just about three hours away from these three incredibly beautiful tourist places, not many people visit them.

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