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Kishkinda Heritage Resort that offers quality and memorable hospitality services for our valuable guests. Kishkinda Heritage Resort with goodwill of over 13 years in the hospitality trade and is fondly called as the “King of Rock Garden” and is a rare location, which is both mythological as well as historically prominent. The resort is situated on the bank of Tungabhadra River, near the great world heritage center Hampi.

Hampi was the capital city of the magnificent Vijayanagara Empire. Founded by Harihara and Bukka in 1336, it fell to the rulers of Northern India in 1565 after the battle of Talikota, and subsequently lapsed into decline and abandonment.

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we have 4 AC Deluxe Suite Room, (Building) 9 Ac & 17 NAC cottages with well equipped furniture, CTV, Telephone, attached bathroom with running Hot & cold Water. All cottages are individually located.

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Multicuisine restaurant serves Indian, Chinese, and Continental cuisine, within the hotel. Enjoy the luxury of choice with all-you-can eat lunch and dinner presentation

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Kishkinda Heritage Resort is Located near ston bridge sanapur.

Near Stone Bridge Cross, Sanapur-583234,Anegundi
Gangavathi Taluk, Koppal District, Karnataka, India.
Telephone : 08533 - 287034, 287035, 287036, 207950
 Fax : 287037, Mobile : 9449144167
 Email:  resort@kishkindaheritage.com
              kishkindaresort@gmail.com
  Web:
  www.kishkindaheritage.com

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Once the capital of the Vijayanagar Empire, Hampi is now UNESCO World Heritage Site. Lying in the banks River Tungabhadra, Hampi is home to some astounding ancient temples and monuments. Though somewhat in ruins, Hampi still represents it past glory in the ruins that have survived the ravages of time. Hampi’s landscape is dotted with beautifully carved temple complexes, palaces and idols of gods. The Virupaksha Temple in Hampi is the most important temple complex. The Vijayavitthala Temple is the most beautiful temple complex in Hampi. Another must visit site in Hampi is the Elephant Stables. Also close to Hampi is the Daroji Sloth Bear Sanctuary.

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A place of tourist interest, Hampi attracts a considerable number of tourists throughout the year. Thus there are a decent number of hotels in Hampi. One can choose from cheap hotels in Hampi and budget hotels in Hampi to luxury resorts in Hampi. Almost all hotels in Hampi offer the best of luxuries and amenities. Food is also not a problem with Hampi hotels as most of them have their in house restaurants. Finding a hotel in Hampi should not be a problem, but book in advance to ensure you get one of your choice.

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Kishkinda Heritage Resort that offers quality and memorable hospitality services for our valuable guests. Kishkinda Heritage Resort with goodwill of over 13 years in the hospitality trade and is fondly called as the “King of Rock Garden” and is a rare location, which is both mythological as well as historically prominent. The resort is situated on the bank of Tungabhadra River, near the great world heritage center Hampi.

Hampi was the capital city of the magnificent Vijayanagara Empire. Founded by Harihara and Bukka in 1336, it fell to the rulers of Northern India in 1565 after the battle of Talikota, and subsequently lapsed into decline and abandonment.

The once-proud city of victory is now a city of desolation. However, the ruins of these historical monuments have stood the ravages of man and time and still evoke memories of regal splendour Amidst an awesome boulders-strewn landscape along the banks of the Tungabhadra River, Hampi was one of the Glittering showpieces of India’s might in the 15 Th century. There were opulent places, marvelous temples, massive fortifications, baths markets aquaducts, pavilions and stables for royal elephants. The city’s merchants traded in diamonds, pearls fine silks brocades, horses and much more.

Most of the important structures and ruins are located in two areas, which are generally referred to as the Royal Centre and the Sacred Centre. The Royal Centre contains structures that seem to have been primarily for ceremonial use.