Hampi Festival or Vijaya Utsav is one of the most enchanting festivals in Karnataka . During this festival people are seen in such a trancelike state that the entire ambience get colored with that fervor.
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Hampi Festival or say Vijaya Utsav is celebrated in the city of Hampi during the months of October and November. This festival is of dance, music and drama is organized for everyone amidst the hundred years old rocks and ruins.
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The excitement of Vijaya Utsav or Hampi Festival is so much that in the month of October famous and renowned artistes
from the field of art, dance, music and drama come to the Hampi village. They participate in this festival with utmost curiosity and dedication.
The splendor of Hampi Festival or Vijaya Utsav is beyond words. As already famous personalities of India from around the corner gather here to participate in this festival, the color and fervor touches its peak. And adding to this glory are the arrangements made by the Government of Karnataka.
The Hampi festival is about dance, drama, music, fireworks, puppet shows, and striking processions. And it will not be an exaggeration to say that the combining effect of all these create the grandeur of the bygone era.
The celebration of Hampi Festival or Vijaya Utsav has changed life styles of the people in Hampi. This calm and quiet village also gets vibrant during this festivity. It is during the celebration of this festival that artists practice day and night to perfect various dance steps or say ‘Mudras'. And it is the tourists who get opportunities to bask in those elegant steps. Festivals like Hampi Festival or Vijaya Utsav are also celebrated in other parts of Festivals in Karnataka such as Halebid, Pattadakal, Karavalli and Lakkundi.South India Tour Travel offers you exciting and enticing information on Hampi Festival - Vijaya Utsav and other popular festivals in Karnataka.
The Vijaynagar city ruins near the village of Hampi are one of the most fascinating historical sites in South India. It has ruins of stone temples, elephant stables, barracks and palaces. Temples of this city are noted for their large dimensions, florid ornamentation, bold and delicate carvings, stately pillars, and magnificent pavilions.
Most of the site is early 16th century, built during the 20-year reign of the great Vijayanagar ruler, Krishna Deva Raya (1509 -1529). Hampi holds many delightful surprises. The most famous is the King's Balance where kings were weighed against gold or money which was then distributed to the poor.
Also worth a visit are the Queen's Bath with its arched corridors, projecting balconies and lotus shaped fountains, the two storied Lotus Mahal, the huge Elephant Stables, the splendid Vitthal Temple with its musical pillars and
the Stone Chariot, the Virupaksha Temple, Ugra Narasimha, the 6.7 meters tall monolith, the Pushkarini Tank, the Mahanavami Dibba, etc. Virupaksha temple is still in use.
Organized by the Government of
Karnataka, the Hampi festival includes Dance, drama, music, fireworks, puppet shows, spectacular processions, all combine to recreate the grandeur of the bygone era.