Anegundi (Anegondi) (Kannada: ಆನೆಗುಂದಿ/ಆನೆಗೊಂದಿ) is a village in Gangavathi taluk, Koppal district in the Indian state of Karnataka. it is older than Hampi situated on the northern bank of Tungabhadra River. Huchappayana matha temple (with black-stone pillars and dance sculptures), Pampa Sarovar, Aramane (a ruined palace), Ranganatha temple, Kamal Mahal, and Nava Brindavana are the major attractions. Nimvapuram, a nearby village, has a mount of ash believed to be the cremated remains of monkey king Vaali.Anegundi is best visited along with Hampi, it is part of the world Heritage Site, Hampi, being developed into a world class tourism spot by engaging the locals to sensitise them to their cultural wealth and provide them a means of livelihood. Existing tanks in the village have been redesigned to store clean drinking water and proper drainage facilities developed to keep the surroundings clean and hygienic. The Kishkinda Trust is working on tourism development in AnegundiWikipedia
Find crucial information and trip planning details about Anegundi, which is a city in India. When planning a trip to Anegundi, make sure you visit its near-by prime city of Hampi. Attractions in Hampi include Vithala Temple Complex, Vijayanagar, Elephant Stables. A vacation to Anegundi can typically be of 1-2 days. Immerse in the spirit of the city and you'll not miss your home.
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