The ‘Ramanuja temple’ in Vitthalapura, Hampi

@article{Dallapiccola2001TheT,
  title={The ‘Ramanuja temple’ in Vitthalapura, Hampi},
  author={Anna Libera Dallapiccola and Anila Verghese},
  journal={South Asian Studies},
  year={2001},
  volume={17},
  pages={109 - 116}
}
I. Map of Vijayanagara City 1. Virupaksha Temple 2. Vitthala Temple 3. 'Ramanuja Temple' 4. Ramachandra Temple As rulers of the greatest empire of Southern India, the Vijayanagara kings consciously promoted religion and hence many cults were popular in the capital. The largest temple complexes are in the 'sacred centre' along the river Tungabhadra, in the proximity of which large ritual and residential settlements, called puras, developed in course of time. The area around the Virupaksha temple… 

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