About the DVD
The film showcases the grandeur of the World Heritage Site - Hampi, known in ancient times as Pampakshetra. Hampi was the capital of Vijayanagar Empire on the south bank of river Tungabhadra, in Karnataka between the 14th and 16th centuries. The roving camera takes one through the corridors of artistic creativity in the primeval rocky landscape, dotted with massive fortifications, aqueducts, tanks, colossal gopuras and monolithic sculptures, Queens Bath and Chandrashekhara temple, Virupaksha temple, Lakhmi Narasimha or Krishna
temple, Hazara Rama temple, Vitthala and Tiruvengalanatha temple. It explores the contextual oral tradition, animating the cultural hinterland, with sound bytes of scholars, and music emanating from musical pillars.