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Historical sites, Farm Land and Rich minerals characterise Ballari district. Also the home of famous Vijaya Nagara Empire World Heritage Site. Recently making headlines with the mining industry. Earlier Ballari District was part of Rayalseema, a region in today's state Andhra Pradesh. During the period of the British Raj, Ballari District was part of Madras Presidency. The area was severely affected by the Great Famine of 1876–78. After Indian independence, when the Indian states were reorganised along linguistic lines, Ballari became part of Karnataka.
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Vittala Temple Hampi

Vittala Temple is a true representative of human craftsmanship. Dedicated to Lord Vitthala or Lord Vishnu the Vijaya Vittala temple is a wonderful monument situated at Hampi.

Hanuman Temple Hampi

Hanuman Temple at the summit is one of the attractions of the Anjeyanadri Hill. It is also known as the monkey temple. It is a sacred pilgrimage center for the Hindus.

Virupaksha Temple Hampi

Virupaksha Temple is part of the Group of Monuments at Hampi, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Underground Siva Temple Hampi

Temple dedicated for Lord Siva was built many meters below the ground level.

Uddana Veerabhadra Temple Hampi

Uddana Veerabhadra temple is an ancient shrine in Hampi that is known for its religious significance.