Hampi is an ancient town and a reckoned UNESCO world heritage site located in the Indian state of Karnataka. In the bygone times, Hampi was known by the name of Pampa-kshetra as it was named after Goddess Pampa. Later on, the name was modified to Hampe and after that as Hampi. It is best known for housing the famous group of monuments that are the true identity of the region of Hampi.
The city of Hampi is hoisted at a height of 1500 feet above the sea level. Its craggy terrains spread over vast acres of land and are fed by the waters of the River Tungabhadra. Hampi is surrounded by Koppal in North, Chitradurga in South, Kurnool in East and Haveri in West. It climate is described as tropical-warm in nature. This region faces humid summers with the median temperature of 37°C and pleasant winters with an average temperature of 15°C.
The group of monuments, which include the ruins of the Hindu and Jain temples, are the eminent tourist attractions. All these buildings and amenities depict the skillful architecture of the ancient India & lure the visitors on a large scale.