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A nice 3d museum, which is an initiative of Sangita Jindal and JSW foundation. It showcases Hampi through the eyes of three foreign photographers, who have captured it beautiful in Panasonic view. A small 3d movies show almost the entire Hampi
Kaladhaam is situated in the Jindal township called Vidyanagar very near to the railway station of Thoranagallu. The museum is a an excellent collection of photographs taken over a period of 25years and captures Hampi like no other. The 3D show is quite interesting and...More
We visited this while stay in Hyatt place next to it. This place is really amazing, with some fantastic images, facts and videos in 3D way to represent past glory of Hampi. There is entry fee of ₹50 per head for 3D show, must watch....More
It is an amazing place to visit. completely built-in Vernacular style of Architecture. It was a part of Vidya Nagar Township, so gentiles are not allowed to enter there unless you have any known person in that township. opening timings are from 5:30 pm to...More
This is a summary of all the historical monuments that one can find in Hampi. Not only that, the Kaladham project displays images of various sites of Hampi and points out the most important places that one must visit if one is in a time...More
In 1980, two men—George Michell and John Fritz—set out to document the Hampi site. Since then, they (and those who have followed in their footsteps; the work is still ongoing, nearly 40 years later) have documented over 1,000 structures, including 30,000 archaeological features. These have...More
Had been to kaladham accidentally and its truly beautiful. Full of green grass and trees, the architecture is great. Most of the construction is done by Stones and thatch roofs,
There will be screening regarding Hampi which could have been more elaborate. If you are...More
Beautifully landscaped, spotlessly clean the scent of flowers and the sound of water that flows channelled through the space make this a magical retreat.
The museum is a good introduction to Hampi. An extensive range of photographs capture details one might miss on visiting the...More