Also recognized as Pampapathi temple, the temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple is noted for a 160 feet high tower located at the entrance of the temple. Apart from the presiding deity, the temple complex also has the shrines of goddesses Pampa and Bhuvaneshwari. The temple is counted amongst must visit places of the region.
The Vittala Temple is otherwise called Shri Vijaya Vitthala Temple. It is committed to Lord Vitthala, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. An icon of Vitthala-Vishnu was cherished in the sanctuary. Legend has it that the sanctuary was worked as a house Lord Vishnu in his Vitthala structure. In any case, the Lord had observed the sanctuary to be excessively great for his utilization and had come back to live in his own unassuming home.
The Vittala Temple is ventured to be the most stupendous of all sanctuaries and landmarks in Hampi. The sanctuary embodies the tremendous inventiveness and design greatness controlled by the artists and artisans of the Vijayanagara time
Elephant Stable is a major tourist attraction. This long building with a row of domed chambers was used to ‘park’ the royal elephants. There are 11 domed tall chambers; some of them are inter- connected. The center one is specially decorated and big. Probably the musicians and the associated band troupes had been using this during ceremonies involving elephant processions