HistoryHampi was the capital of which empire

Hampi was the capital of which empire


  1. A
    Mughal
  2. B
    Slave
  3. C
    Vijaynagar
  4. D
    Mewar 

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    Hampi was the capital of the Vijaynagar empire. It is in the state of Karnataka. The name Hampi is derived from the native mother goddess Pampadevi. On the south bank of the River Tungabhadra, adjacent to the revitalised Hampi Bazaar, lies the 7th-century Virupaksha Temple. In the southeast of Hampi, at the Daroji Bear Sanctuary, live Indian sloth bears. Hampi functioned as the administrative centre of the Vijayanagara Empire in the fourteenth century. The name Vijayanagara, which translates to "city of victory," was applied to both a city and an empire. The empire was founded in the fourteenth century. In its heyday, it stretched from the north to the furthest south of the Krishna River, encompassing the entire peninsula. Around 1800, Colonel Colin Mackenzie came across the Hampi ruins.
     
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