10 April 2020
Friday, 30 August 2013 08:26

The Archaeological Museum

The Archaeological Museum features archaeologically significant artefacts and items. Positioned in a small hamlet of Kamalapuram inBellary, the gallery of the museum displays numerous ancient sculptures and scale-models of the city.

These ruins and collection of sculptures were earlier housed at elephant stables by the British Officers. All the artefacts and antiquities were shifted to this building in 1972. The museum features four galleries that enclose Hampi valley with a corridor all around.

The first gallery exhibits collection of sculptures of the Saiva faith, which include Bhairava, Bhikshatanamurti, Ganesha, Kartikeya, Mahishasuramardini, Shakti and Virabhadra with his consorts and Durga. In the central hall, Shivalinga, Nandi and Dwaramantapa with a royal couple at front are displayed.

Arms, armoury, copper plate grants and metal objects of religious significance and brass plates are displayed in the second gallery. On the other hand, the 3rd gallery displays currency coins in various denominations of gold and copper, prevalent during  Vijayanagara dynasty.

Antiquities pertaining to various eras, such as prehistoric, protohistoric period, medieval along with sati stones are displayed in the fourth gallery. The excavation items such as stucco figurines, Iron objects and sherds of porcelain are also put on display.
Friday, 30 August 2013 08:23

Malvi Dam

Malvi dam which is constructed in 1972 at a cost of Rs.412.00 lakh has capacity of 2 TMC.This dam covers 15 villages for irrigation purpose.The irrigation potentiality is 2965 hectares.
Friday, 30 August 2013 08:23

Holalu

This village which is 32 kms away from Hadagali is famous for the beautiful image of Ananthashayana which is carved in black stone.
Friday, 30 August 2013 08:22

Ambli

This village is famous for Black stone Chalukyan temple dedicated to Kalleswara .
Saturday, 24 August 2013 11:57

Sahana G R

Born in Bellary on 12th April 2001 developed interest in Classical Dance right from her childhood. She started learning Classical Dance under the guidance of Vidwan Sree S K R Jeelani Basha at the age of 8 Years.

She had given many performances in Classical & Folk Dance and achieved the following:

  • State Award for her exceptional performance
  • District Award for her exceptional Performance
  • Guinness Record
  • Karnataka Natya Mayuri Award
  • National Level Dance Competitions Awards
  • State Level Dance Competitions Awards
  • District Level Dance Competitions Awards
She has also participated in many programs like Hampi Utsava, Dussehra Utsava,  Bhramotshava at Tirumala, Independence  & Republic Day  Functions, Basava Jayanthi, Kannada Sahitya Sammelana, Antharashtriya Mahila Dina,  Vishwa Hinduparishad Functions etc.,

Above all she has also participated in Puranic Costumes/ Dramas etc, further she is interested to complete her Vidhwan in Classical Dance and to serve for the Indian Art forever.   

Gallery:

Tuesday, 21 May 2013 17:12

Transformers-4 (TELUGU)

Tuesday, 21 May 2013 17:11

Jai Lalitha (KANNADA)

Tuesday, 21 May 2013 17:11

Gajakesari (KANNADA)

Tuesday, 21 May 2013 17:11

Autonagar Surya (Telugu)

Tuesday, 21 May 2013 17:00

Humshakals (HINDI)

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