From Tuesday, 05/06/14 to Wednesday, 05/07/14
Serviced Apartment 0
Porba Vaddo, Near Bank of Baroda/One-Stop Calangute 403 516 India
Only show hotels with the following criteria:
Description Nikita Residency
- Nikita Residency
- Porba Vaddo, Near Bank of Baroda/One-Stop
- 403 516Calangute
- Telephone: +91(960)4921200
- Official Homepage
Room features Nikita Residency
- Bathroom with shower
- Windows that open
- Air conditioning
- Cosmetic mirror
- Small lounge
- Cable TV
Hotel features Nikita Residency
- Parking lot
- Porter service
- Hotel bar
- Laundry service
- Room service
- Balcony/ Terrace
- Car rental at the hotel
Type of lodging
Visitors to this hotel were also interested in...
Achyuta Rayas Temple
Achyta Raya's Temple was built in the 16th century and is an example of the Vijayanagara style of Indian temple architecture. in its most advanced form than any other temples in Hampi. The temple was dedicated to Lord Tiruvengalanatha (one of the many forms of the god Gandhamadana & Matanga hills .
Good views of the temple and the Courtesans' Street are available from the top of Matanga Hill. Entrance is free to the temple and the Courtesans' street which form part of the buildings covered by the UNESCO World Heritage listing for Hampi.
UNESCO Group of Monuments at Pattadakal
The UNESCO World Heritage Committee listed the Monuments at Pattadakal in 1987 There are nine Hindu temples and a Jain sanctuary dating from the 7th and 8th centuries. Of these the Temple of Virupaksha was singled out for particular attention and it is noted that this temple was commissioned by Queen Lokamahadevi to commemorate the victory of Vikramaditya II over kings from the South of India.
The oldest temple is the Sangamesvara circa A.D. 697. Used for royal coronations and noted for their architectural features, the Monuments at Pattadakal feature varied ceiling panels, reliefs and inscriptions. Pattadakal also hosts the Chalukya Utsava, a three-day dance festival which is held in January/February.
The temples are open from dawn to dusk and an entry fee of approximately $5.00 (US) is charged for visitors aged 15 and older. Pattadakal is located approximately 22km from Badami, 134km from Bijapur and more than 500km from Bangalore. It is connected by road and rail to both Bangalore and Mysore.
Der Virupaksha Tempel liegt in Hampi, circa 350 Kilometer von Bangalore entfernt. Der Tempel stellt die Hauptattraktion der Pilgerer die nach Hampi kommen dar und wird seit Jahrzehnten als der am meisten verehrte Tempel angesehen. Obwohl alle umliegenden Tempel in Ruinen liegen ist der Virupaksha Tempel nicht beschädigt. Gewidmet ist der Tempel dem Gott Shiva.
Der Hampi Bazar hat seit kurzem seinen alten Glanz wieder erlangt und die alten Gebäude werden wieder funktionell genutzt. Allerdings werden im Gegensatz zu früheren Zeiten fast ausschließlich Markenartikel verkauft. Der Virupaksha Tempel liegt nur etwa 50 Meter vom Markt entfernt.