‘Hampi by Night’: World heritage site to be illuminated to attract tourists


Team Udayavani, Jul 27, 2021, 10:58 AM IST

Hampi: The Hampi World Heritage Area Management Authority (HWHAMA) has decided to illuminate in its areas and surroundings allowing tourists to visit the place during night hours too.

According to officials, the development is part of a project named ‘Hampi by Night’ which is expected to be operational from August 15.

“As many as 17 monuments including Virupaksha temple, Narasimha temple, Kamal Mahal, and Gejjala Mantap have been picked for the project. They will remain illuminated every night, different from the usual scenario when they are illuminated only during Hampi Utsav,” the official said.

However, officials are yet to finalise an official date for the launch, entry fee, and timings to allow entry to tourists during night hours too. Technical works for the same are now underway, they added.

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