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Feb 20, 2019
Karnataka court imposes Rs 70,000 fine on Hampi temple vandalisers, orders them to restore pillars under police supervisionA Karnataka court on Tuesday imposed a fine of Rs 70,000 on four people in Hampi for damaging ancient pillars of a ruined temple at the world heritage site and ordered the guilty to restore the pillars in the presence of the state police.
Feb 08, 2019
Four men held for destroying ancient pillar in Hampi, tell cops say they did it out of 'sheer excitement'The development had come just days after the Times Magazine listed Hampi World Heritage site as the second must-see place in 2019. Hampi, an ancient village in Karnataka is dotted with numerous ruined temple complexes from the Vijayanagara Empire
Feb 02, 2019
Karnataka: Hampi locals demand protection for town monuments after video of man damaging temple pillar goes viralThe development comes just days after the Times Magazine listed the Hampi World Heritage site as the second must-see place in 2019.
Jun 14, 2018
Hampi, of Gods and Kings: Bharath Ramamrutham's book reveals new facets of heritage cityHampi, of Gods and Kings captures the holy essence of the city's majestic settings which have inspired builders, visionaries and pilgrims for centuries
Apr 26, 2018
Google Arts and Culture app adds 360-degree videos of popular Indian tourist sites such as Hampi, Qutub Minar, Golden Temple among othersAs part of the partnership, Google Arts and Culture will provide users with an immersive 360-degree view of India's heritage, festivity, spirituality and adventure
Aug 18, 2017
RBI to soon issue fluorescent blue Rs 50 notes; earlier banknotes will continue to be legal tenderThe Reserve Bank will soon introduce new fluorescent blue Rs 50 banknotes bearing the motif of 'Hampi with Chariot' that depicts India's cultural heritage
Jan 10, 2014
Priceless antiquities damaged in preparation for Hampi UtsavWhile Hampi, a Unesco world heritage site in Karnataka's Bellary district, commences its annual festival, archaeologists are concerned about the ensuing destruction of the city's priceless antiquities.