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Discovering prominent tourist hotspots in Hampi; Times of India

Hampi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a captivating little temple town in Karnataka, set on the banks of River Tungabhadra. The town is also renowned as the keeper of ancient ruins, and quite rightly as the place will instantly transport you into the bygone eras, to the world of kings and queens. Hampi, a treasure trove of ancient ruins, has a lot to offer to hungry travellers interested in world history. Let’s find out more about some of the prominent temples in Hampi.

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  1. Hampi in Karanataka, now in ruins, was once the capital of the Vijayanagara Empire. It brought about a renaissance of art and culture, as it defended the region against the plundering armies. Much of Vijayanagara is now in ruins, as when the rulers were defeated at the hands of the invaders at the battle of Talikota in the 16th century, most of the marvellous structures and edifices were systematically destroyed.
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