Sights of Hampi, India Part 6 – Hazara Rama Temple

February 8, 2015

For an introduction to the Hampi complex, see part 1 of the Sights of Hampi.
Part 2 – Achutaraya Temple
Part 3 – Virupaksha Temple
Part 4 – Queen’s Palace and Bath
Part 5 – Royal Enclosure

The Hazara Rama Complex is one of the few temples that was not previously destroyed and thus is a beautiful example of original construction.

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Section of defensive wall built through the boulders

Hazara Rama Temple-13

Narashimha Statue

Narashimha Statue Narashimha Statue

Sasivekalu Ganesha

Sasivekalu Ganesha

Kadalekalu Ganesha

Kadalekalu Ganesha

View from Temple

View from Temple

The statue is also known as the peanut Ganesha because his missing belly looks like a peanut.

Kadalekalu Ganesha

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