Achyutaraya Temple Hampi

Hampi Achyutaraya Temple

Hampi Achyutaraya Temple – History, Location, Timings, Visit Duration, Entry Fee, Attractions,

Achyutaraya Temple Hampi History

Achyutara Temple is one of the largest temple located in Hampi. This temple is also known as Thiruvengala Nadha Temple. This temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, as this temple built by Achyuta Deva Raya. This temple is named as Achyutara Temple.  One can reach the temple from the Kondarama Temple. This temple resides in the midst of the courtyards which are internally lined with pillared verandah. The carvings and architecture of the temple are mesmerising. One can see the spectacular carvings of Lord Krishna, Lord Vishnu and the image of the goddess with ten handed is the most attracting point. From the exit of the temple, one can reach the Matanga Hill. 

Hampi Achyutaraya Temple Timings

Morning 5:30 am to 1 pm
Evening 5:50 pm to 9 pm

Achyutaraya Temple Entry Fee

Entry Fee NO Entry Fee
Still Camera Free
Video Camera Free
parking Free

Visiting Duration

1 hour



Achyutaraya Temple Hampi Accommodation

  • Available


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Achyutaraya Temple Hampi Location

HampiBellary (Dist)

Karnataka – India

How to Reach Hampi Achyutaraya Temple?

By Air:

Bellary Airport (nearest)                     – 38 km

By Train:

Hospet Railway Station (nearest)        – 14 km

By Road:

Hospet KSRTC Bus Stand (nearest)     – 13 km