The Ruins of Hampi are charismatic even in its ruined state. Doted around the hills and valleys over an area of about 25 sq kms are innumerable monuments which have stood the ravages of man and time and still evoke memories of the grandeur of a bygone era. In Hampi at every turn there is a surprise. Every rock, every path and every monument at Hampi speak the same language; a language of glory and beauty. There is always something new to discover. Hampi is called "Dakshina Kashi" it is one of the most sough places by Hindu Piligrims. Its also the birth place of Legendry Hanuman and place where Lord Rama met the Monkey King Sugriva. Also on the banks of River Thunga Bhadra at Nava Vrundavana lie the Brundavanas of Seers. A visit to Hampi is a sojourn into the past. The best way to experience this World Heritage Site is to take a leisurely stroll through the eloquent ruins.