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Lotus Palace, Hampi

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
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4.1/5 based on 170 reviews on the web
Witness the charming, World Heritage-listed architecture of the only building to remain untouched during the siege of Hampi, Lotus Palace. The structure represents a mix of Hindu and Islamic architecture, designed in the shape of a half-open lotus bud. Pyramidal towers give the building a lotus-like shape while arches that hold up the structure represent the flower's petals. A close look at the pillars reveals exquisite carvings of birds and other artworks. During ancient times, the palace probably served as a place of relaxation for women. Use our Hampi tourist route planner to arrange your visit to Lotus Palace and other attractions in Hampi.
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  • Lotus Mahal is it's original name. This was basically for the queens to relax and unwind themselves. This is a beautiful place and also its a must see place. Make sure you take out the best photograph...  read more »
  • The Lotus Palace is shaped like the lotus flower & was constructed in a way that it was always cool, no matter how not the outside was. The palace is an open palace with openings from all sides. It us...  read more »
  • For all the hype, I must say, our family found this quite lousy.. I mean if you dont go here you arent missing anything.. The whole world goes there though! So totally your call if you have time and w...  read more »
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