Hampi Virupaksha Temple

Hampi Virupaksha Temple – History, Location, Timings, Entry Fee, Pooja Details, Rituals, Dharshan Timings, Prasadam, Visit Duration, Best Time to Visit, Offerings, Festivals,  Nearby Attractions, Online Booking, How to Reach

Virupaksha Temple Hampi History

Virupaksha Temple the spectacular historical beauty located in Hampi is situated on the banks of Tungabhadra River. This temple is dedicated to  Lord Shiva. Devotees from all around the World flock to this mesmerizing beauty. Each pillar, every sculpture speaks different interesting stories. Its architecture makes you feel amazed by its charm.  The most attracting feature of this temple is the inverted shadow of the gopuram of the temple.

Virupaksha Temple Hampi Location

Hampi

Karnataka 583239

Hampi Virupaksha Temple Timings

All Days Of The Week
6:00 am to 8:00 pm

Virupaksha Temple Hampi Entry Fee

Per head Rs 5/-
Shoe Taker Rs 2/-
Photography Allowed (But Prohibited Inside The Temple)
Still Camera Rs 50/-
Guide Availability Rs 500/-

Hampi Virupaksha Temple Darshan Timings

1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Hampi Virupaksha Temple Poojas & Rituals

  • Bilava Pathrarchana
  • Karpoora Aarti
  • Panchamrut Abhishekam
  • Sahasranama Archana
  • Maha Rudraabhishekam

Hampi Virupaksha Temple Prasadam:

  • Sweet Pongal
  • .etc

Offerings:

  • Coconut
  • Milk
  • Flowers
  • .etc

Festivals:

  • Mahashivratri
  • Annual Ratha Yatra
  • Phalapuja Festival

Visit Duration:

2 hours

Best Time To Visit:

From October To February

Nearby Attractions:

  • Vittal Temple
  • Chandramouleeshwara Temple
  • Achyutaraya Temple
  • Hazara Rama Temple
  • Anjeyanadri Hill
  • Badami Cave Temples
  • An Aihole group of Temples

Restaurants:

  • Mango Tree
  • Laughing Buddha
  • New Shanthi
  • Ravis’s Rose
  • Sagar Hote

How to Reach Hampi Virupaksha Temple

By Air:

Bellary Airport  (nearest)                    – 39 km

By Rail:

Hospet Railway Station (nearest)       – 13 km

By Road:

Hospet KSRTC Bus Stand                  – 14 km

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