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ASI serves notice to Karnataka govt for digging nail into the pillar of Hampi’s Virupaksha temple for CM Siddaramaiah’s visit

The Karnataka Endowments officials did not seek permission from the Arcaheological Survey of India and dug a nail into the UNESCO Heritage site without their consent.

Samrat Krishnadevaraya, the greatest and the most famous emperor of the Vijayanagara Empire

Emperor Krishnadevaraya was the greatest and most famous emperor of the Vijayanagara Empire

Hindu priest Sri Krishna Bhat of Hampi Badavi Linga temple passes away. Here is how he served Sanatan Dharma

Unlike other priests, Sri Krishna Bhat was often seen climbing the 3-metre long Shivalinga and clearing the flowers offered to the deity the previous day.

Madura Vijaya: The epic by female poet Gangadevi that narrates the glorious victory of the Vijayanagara empire over the Madurai Sultanate

Harihara was the first King of Vijayanagara (now Hampi). After him Bukka Raya’s reign started. His son Akampana was a great commander and expanded his kingdom over all of South India, parts of Odisha, and parts of Bahmani Empire. Gandadevi was his wife.

Hampi vandalized again: Tourist booked for ‘accidentally’ damaging two pillars while taking photographs

In July this year, the 16th-century Brindavana (samadhi) of Saint Vyasaraja Swamy, Rajaguru of Vijayanagara Emperor Krishnadevaraya was desecrated and vandalised in Anegundi near Hampi. 

Culture Ministry’s mega plan: Rs 27,000 crores for development of ASI monuments, museums, historical sites including Hampi and Rakhigarhi

The ministry is reportedly exploring technological options for 'authentic reconstruction' of archaeological sites including Indus Valley sites such as Dholavira and Rakhigarhi.

Devotees and volunteers reconstruct the destroyed Brindavana of Vyasaraja Swami in less than two days

Local devotees and volunteers had gathered to reconstruct the Brindavana of Shri Vyasaraja Swami after it was found destroyed yesterday.

16th century Brindavana of Sri Vyasaraja near Hampi in Karnataka desecrated and vandalised by unidentified miscreants

Many Twitter users have condemned the act and called it a deliberate attempt to provoke and humiliate Hindus

Hampi Vandalism: Four youths punished to re-erect the pillars they had knocked down, fined ₹70,000 each

The four accused reportedly admitted their guilt and assured the court that they would not indulge in vandalism in the future. All the four were also released on Thursday after they remitted ₹2.8 lakhs fine.

UNESCO world heritage site in Hampi vandalised by hoodlums

A video showing 3 miscreants vandalising the old carved stone pillars at the world heritage site of Hampi has emerged

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