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Achyutaraya Temple

Bellary District, Hampi 583239, India
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Less popular than other attractions, a walk through lives of people lived in Vijayanagara

Achyutaraya temple is not as famous or busy as Virupaksha temple or Vitthala Temple. It is located... read more

Reviewed 20 June 2017
Kiran L
Achtytaraya temple

Wonderful art and it seems like a kings darbar with huge space . You will be mesmerize to see the... read more

Reviewed 30 May 2017
sourav g
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Bellary District, Hampi 583239, India
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Reviewed 20 June 2017

Achyutaraya temple is not as famous or busy as Virupaksha temple or Vitthala Temple. It is located in some isolation. But as one reaches to this magnificant temple built by King Achyutraya while walking through courtesan bazaar, one gets captivated by the eerie, captivating beauty...More

Thank Kiran L
Reviewed 30 May 2017 via mobile

Wonderful art and it seems like a kings darbar with huge space . You will be mesmerize to see the beauty of the temple

Thank sourav g
Reviewed 21 May 2017

one accesses this temple via female driven golf carts. the architecture is amazing. get a good guide to demonstrate the musical pillars

Thank Tejas P
Reviewed 15 April 2017

Just walking through this large opening was exciting, the carvings were gorgeous, if your in love with India, take this walk.

Thank Sharon C
Reviewed 4 April 2017

This temple located on the back of the Matanga hill, need to walk some distance to reach it. After seen many things in Hampi we got bored like Oh come on!! How come they built like this and many times??

Thank vignesh d
Reviewed 3 April 2017

Distroyed temple, it was empty, no crowed at all. Amazingly bult and if you are into architecure, history...this one is must visit...

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Reviewed 14 March 2017

Achyutaraya temple complex is one of the amazing piece of architecture of its times.It is quite magnificent in its scale. It can be best viewed from the top on the way to Matanga hill and one can experience the grandiosity in one shot. Burnt sienna...More

Thank C5P
Reviewed 17 February 2017 via mobile

Guides, Travel books, Google or pictures of this Achyutraya Temple Complex cannot do justice to OTS ethereal aesthetics. History: built 1534 between Gandhamadana & Matanga hills. Located: behind the Monolithic Bull as also between this & Vijaya Viththala Temple. The best of all the temples-...More

Thank ROOPSHILA B
Reviewed 14 February 2017

Achyutaraya Temple complex is one of the bigger temple complexes in Hampi. But this complex is not visible when you move around and so very few people actually visit the site and so you won't see the crowds like in Virupaksha and Vitthala Temple. It...More

Thank alicemorris
Reviewed 9 January 2017

Golds, burnt sienna, tawny beige. Blue blue sky. Achutaraya Temple lies just over the crest of the hill next to the Monolithic Bull. A security guard gingerly walks around in bare feet as his black socks dry in the sun. One couple strolls around. Two...More

Thank dianewanderer
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