Kadirampura village is located on the way to Hampi. The name Karirampura literally means the village of rice grain.
Obviously there are large numbers of paddy fields around this village area.
Deccani Islamic style mausoleum without the dome.
The main attractions in this village is the Mohammadan Tomb & Darga at one end and a more recent Subrahmania ( Murugan) Temple in the village square. Buses to Hampi village usually go via Kamalapura , bypassing Kadirampura.
However if you are traveling by the auto rickshaw to/from Hampi, they usually take the Kadirampura route. Go through the giant arch next to the main road as you are about to reach Kamalapura
The north end of the road via Kadirampura village mearges with the Hampi main road near the Krishna Temple.
Areas of Hampi
Hampi's attractions are clustered across many zones and villages. Typically a few miles apart, all of them are connected by road and at places by the local ferries.
Anegondi was the capital of the region, before it was moved to Hampi. In fact this was the core of a tiny kingdom that eventually expanded into the Vijayanagar Empire covering the whole of south India. Currently Anegondi is sleepy village with a principally farming community inhibiting it.
The riverside gorge just north of the Kodandarama Temple is remarkable for the various clusters of ruins.The sought after ones are the array of Shiva Lingas carved on the flat rock surface and the carved Anandashayana Vishnu on the rock cleft.