Hampi Inscribed Vishnu Temple

Hampi Inscribed Vishnu Temple History, Location, Timings, Entry Fee, Visit Duration

Inscribed Vishnu Temple Hampi History

Inscribed Vishnu Temple is situated behind the Vittala Temple. This beautiful temple sits near the bank of the holy river Tungabhadra. The temple is popularly known for the Vijayanagara architecture. This temple is dedicated to the Hindu deity Lord Vishnu. The temple walls are fully curved out of inscription that is why this temple is known as the Inscribed Vishnu Temple. This temple architecture resembles the south India temple architecture. This temple is unique form the other temple of Hampi.

Inscribed Vishnu Temple Hampi Timings

All days of the week
7 am to 5 pm

Inscribed Vishnu Temple Entry Fee

Entrance Fee Free
Still Camera Allowed
Video Camera Allowed
Parking Free

Visit Duration:

40 minutes (Approx)

Best time to visit Inscribed Vishnu Temple:

November to February

Nearby Attractions:

  • Pushkarani Tank
  • Monolithic Bull
  • Matanga Hill
  • Kodandarama Temple

Nearby Restaurant:

  • Sagar Hotel
  • Mango Tree
  • Suresh Restaurant
  • Chill Out in Bamboo Restaurant
  • Ravi’s Rose Rooftop Restaurant

Inscribed Vishnu Temple Location

HampiBellary (Dist)

Karnataka – India

How to Reach Hampi Inscribed Vishnu Temple?

By Air:

Bellary Airport (nearest)                          – 38 km

By Train:

Hospet Railway Station (nearest)             – 17 km

By Road:

Hospet KSRTC Bus Stand (nearest)         – 17 km

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