About Vijaya Vittala Temple

Originally built in the 15th century A D, Vittala Temple is one of the most popular attractions in Hampi’s. Built in a rich architectural style, this spectacle is in an expansive campus with compound walls and towers as gateways. Also constructed along are many temples, pavilions and halls within the campus. Vittala is another incarnation of Lord Vishnu, who was amongst the ordinary people and is worshipped as a deity by the cattle herds. There are still the remains of a township called Vittalapura, which existed around this temple compound. Vittala temple has extraordinary pillared halls and the stone chariot and is also the chief attraction of the temple. Also, present are an array of sculptures on the giant granite pillars carved in the halls.

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Timings 08:30 AM - 06:00 PM

Visit Duration: Minutes

Address: Hampi, Karnataka 583239, India

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