Achyuta Raya's Temple Tour
South India Temples are high on architectural beauty reflecting the glorious history of South India. Achyuta Raya's is a wonderful temple located in Hampi, a World Heritage Site. Dating back to 1534 AD, the temple was built in honor of Lord Venkateshwara. Surrounded by the beautiful hills, the temple has mesmerizing architecture. Reflecting the architectural glory of Vijayanagara empire, Achyuta Raya's temple is a famous temple of South India. Located in the historic town Hampi, this temple was built in 1534 AD. It is a beautiful temple reflecting the most advanced form of architecture in the town. Named after the king who built it, it is dedicated to Lord Venkateshwara, a form of Vishnu. The temple offers arresting views of the Gandhamadana and Matanga hills. Set in a peaceful environment with a ruined market street in front of it, the temple is a great destination to visit. The most striking feature of the temple is the beautiful 'Prakaras' which are the elevated enclosures. The prakara outside the temple is adorned with a captivating gopuram and the internal prakara has three mesmerizing gopurams. The pillars inside the prakaras speak volumes about the creativity of then craftsmen. The main shrine is located between the two rectangular courtyards. Both the courtyards are dotted with majestically carved. Located near the courtyards are the two ruined towers having their own unique charm. The central hall of the temple is very impressive. Its exquisitely carved pillars leave onlookers spell bound. The pillars depicting the lion faced Yalis standing on elephants outside the central hall deserve special mention. The temple is truly an architectural wonder. About the Author:
Go on a South India Temple Tour and explore the beautiful temples such as Achyuta Raya's. Located in the famous town Hampi, it was built in 1534 AD. The architectural beauty of this temple attracts many a tourists from far and wide. Temples of South India has their own unique architectural beauty and charm.