赫马库塔山上的神庙,汉皮,卡纳塔克邦,印度 Temples on Hemakuta Hill, Hampi, Karnataka, India (© Images of india/Alamy Stock Photo)

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赫马库塔上的神庙,汉皮,卡纳塔克邦,印度 Temples on Hemakuta Hill, Hampi, Karnataka, India (© Images of india/Alamy Stock Photo)

往事的低语 Whispers of the past

赫马库塔山,汉皮,印度

汉皮位于印度卡纳塔克邦,被联合国教科文组织列入世界遗产名录。从14世纪到16世纪,维查耶纳伽尔帝国统治着这片区域。而作为维查耶纳伽尔帝国首都的汉皮,自然留下了许多古迹群,例如古老庙、雄伟的宫殿和满目苍夷的废墟。在克利希那德瓦·拉亚国王的统治期间(1509年至1529年),这座城市经历了大幅扩张,新建了很多具有艺术气息的建筑,吸引着来自世界各地的游客和商人。然而,1565年,维查耶纳伽尔帝国在塔利科塔战役中战败,汉皮也随之衰落。

如今,汉皮拥有约1000座古迹,现代背包客的到来让这座失落的城市重获新生。赫马库塔山是汉皮游客最多的地方之一,那里有许多保存完好的寺庙和神社。在山上游览时,游客们还可以顺便在湿婆神的维鲁帕克沙神庙停下来祈祷。

Hemakuta Hill, Hampi, India

Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Karnataka, India. The group of monuments—ancient temples, majestic palaces, and intricate ruins—are remnants of the former capital city of the Vijayanagara Empire, which ruled much of South India between the 14th and 16th centuries.

The city grew during the reign of King Krishnadevaraya, from 1509 to 1529, and was famed for its art and architecture, attracting visitors from all over the world. However, Hampi lost its Midas touch in 1565, when it was destroyed after the defeat of its army at the Battle of Talikota.

Today, Hampi still houses about 1,000 ancient monuments and has become popular with modern backpackers, giving the lost city a new life. One of the most visited parts is Hemakuta Hill, with its well-preserved temples and shrines. While exploring the hill, visitors can stop by to offer prayers at the Virupaksha Temple, a pilgrimage site dedicated to Lord Shiva.

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