Hotel Mayura Bhuvaneshwari

Address: Bellary District, Hampi, Karnataka, 583 221, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bellary District, Hampi, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Hampi

Christmas in Hampi

A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Dec 25, 2014

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... to see the magnificent Hampi. When we finally got to Hampi, our bus was SWARMED by tuk-tuk drivers. They appeared out of nowhere, like ninjas on 3 wheels. After boarding one of these delightful green vehicles, we sped off to reach our hotel. The small town of Hampi is very cute! The roads are merely dirt and the cows, as in Goa, took over the streets. Little monkeys hung off the telephone wires that hung lazily above the crowded streets. Brightly coloured ...

Hampi - The land that time forgot.

A travel blog entry by jaseross on Dec 18, 2014

1 comment, 69 photos

... see Zoe dancing her socks off to Bell Biv DeVoe. Now You Know.

Day 2 was all about the tuk-tuk tourism with Anja who gave an amazing guide, once we convinced him to walk with us rather than play Candy Crush. He supplemented our knowledge of the Ramayana story as we walked to the temples. We particularly liked the part when Lord Hanuman was captured by the bad guy called Ravana. Ravana had Hanuman placed in chains but the cheeky one simply broke the chains and asked "What are ...

Meet the flintstones...

A travel blog entry by sam.tank on Dec 05, 2014

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... but I still don't understand how it works! I asked Shiva#2 if he knew any decent guides of the area, I had been for a walk to the bottom of a hill but it seemed so deserted I didn't feel comfortable going it alone. He got in touch with his friend who offered to take me out for the day on his motorbike for a much much cheaper fee than what the rickshaw drivers were asking and with the added bonus of him actually telling me what I was looking at! So yesterday I woke at 5.30am ...

Hampi... A land of ruins, rocks and awesomeness!

A travel blog entry by heather.dyce on Nov 08, 2014

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... are candles lit and offerings everywhere! Puja ceremony at its finest! There were beautiful mandalas with offerings of bananas, coconuts and flowers. At 8pm, the music began and a shrine was carried from the temple into the main gathering area. A long piece of material was set on fire and then there was a parade of sorts, led by Stampy around the temple. It was interesting! Lol The following day Olga and I took our tour around the area. The two main things in Hampi are the ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Nov 02, 2014

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Off to the Royal Enclosure [or Palace] by 1230. There are but ruins left as the palace was made of wood and destroyed centuries ago. The platform area was used for ceremonies. An aqueduct fed a beautifully geometric pool. The 100 Pillars Hall was bereft of columns, save for the 10x10 stabilizing cuts.

The Royal Temple was just for the king and queen to pray. Many of the themes in the carvings were quite familiar by now. The Zanana area was just ...