Sugriva's Cave2 Votes Currently Open
- Address: Hampi, Karnataka 583239, India
- Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Family And Kids
The Sugriva's Cave is a Hindu Temple with a great mythological significance –the legend goes that in this site the legendary monkey warrior Sugriva from Ramayana resided, and he hid the jewels dropped by Sita while she was being abducted by the demon Ravana. The highlight of Sugriva's Cave is the stunning vibrant pattern on a rock that is called as “Sita Konda” by the local people owing to its shape that looks like the costume of Sita. As you enter the cave, you will be stunned to see the beautiful paintings carved on the cave wall. The rocky surface near the cave is decorated with the carvings of several footprints, depicting that of the warrior Rama and his brother Laxmana.
How to Reach Sugriva's Cave
- Cover on foot