Ancient Elephant Stable in Hampi (Karnataka) India

Hampi is a UNESCO world Heritage site located in Karnataka, India. I visited Hampi in 2009 and loved the ancient vibe the city offered.

It is one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen and extremely unique at that. I hope you like this picture I selected from my trip for the latest Weekly Photo Challenge – Curves

Hampi, Karnataka, India, Tourist places, elephant stable, historical places in India

Elephant stable (only for royal elephants) in Hampi situated in Karnataka, India

Hampi is medieval city, a glimpse of India’s glorious history. The old world charm of the city, beautiful architecture and aesome sunset viewpoints will steal your heart.

I hope you liked my interpretation of “Curves”.

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19 Responses to Ancient Elephant Stable in Hampi (Karnataka) India

  1. Abhishek says:

    Very nice photo

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  3. Oh, how beautiful those (elephant stables!) are! I went to India for the first time, last year, but stayed in northern India the whole time. Must visit Karnataka next time!

    • Ritu says:

      Definitely. Karnataka has a lot to offer. You can also check out Coorg (Kodagu district). Hampi is good too and is rich in history that we can see but it is not as well-maintained as other UNESCO world heritage sites around the world.
      Actually I’m from Northern part of India but I have explored Southern India more.

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  5. mithriluna says:

    Very nice. Neat place!

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