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I went to Kadalekalu Ganesh. Kadalekalu Ganesh is an important religious attraction in Hampi. The temple has traditional stone architecture and is located on Hemakuta Hill and has a huge 15 feet monolithic statue of Lord Ganesha which is a believed to be one of...More
This temple complex is impressive by itself but the interior houses a massive monumental statue of Ganesh which looms out of the darkness. Impressive ! Its not far from Hampi Bazaar and on the way to the rest of the temples so should not be...More
This giant statue of Ganesha was carved out of a huge boulder at the northeastern slope of the Hemakuta hill. The belly of this statue resembles a Bengal gram (Kadalekalu, in local language) and hence the name.
A sanctum is built around the statue. The...More
This Ganesha status is situated near to the entrance of Hampi and used to have a huge belly, hence the name Gram Dal Ganesha. The belly was cut out by the invaders however it is still a good site to visit.
Entrance is free.