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Virupaksha Temple is one of the famous Lord Shiva temples and has a rich history located in Hampi, Ballari District of Karnataka. The temple is recognized as the World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Most of the people think that the temple was built by Sri Krishnadevaraya the great. But the temple was commissioned by Lakkan Dandesha who was the chieftain of Deva Raya II of the Vijayanagara Empire. Lord Shiva was in the form of Virupaksha so that the temple became famous as Virupaksha temple. It is on the banks of the river Tungabhadra and one can see many temples around the Virupaksha temple. Many devotees visit the site and worship the main deity. Musical pillars : A standout amongst the most appealing structures is the Vittala Temple. This antiquated temple is famous for its marvelous architecture. It is also known for another extraordinary architectural marvel- 56 melodic columns or the musical pillars. These pillars create melodic sounds when tapped delicately. The most intriguing thing is that the columns are constructed using stones. The melodic mainstays of Vittala Temple are also called SAREGAMA pilla visit our website : For Trade enquiry Whatsapp to Koyas incense #vivahpanchami #lordram #sitha #koyas #koyasincense #agarbatti #bangalore #Aroma #Magic #Organic #ReleaseNegativity #AttainPeace #Fragrance #Spirituality #Sticks #Incense #FragrancedSticks #handicraftsofindia #handicrafts #hindu #hinduism #hindutemple #shiva Like Comment Share

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