Hampi is a jewel that contains all the characteristics of the Indian soul. A paradise is full of architectural and sculptural masterpieces, nature, mysticism, religion, flora and fauna and above all the energy that is felt in this place. The Tungabhadra river, with its waters, enhances the beauty of the hills of Hampi. These, formed by enormous granite boulders, constitute the distinctive feature of the places, further embellished by coconut palms, rice fields, banana plantations and more. In the 1400s, Hampi was the second-largest city in the world after Beijing. Capital of the Vijayanagara empire, it was among the most modern and richest cities of the time. In ancient times it was called Pampasar and Kishkindha, from the name of a principality of the monkey lineage mentioned in the epic Ramayana, which tells the life of the god Rama. In the city temples, ruined buildings and markets, statues and other works of art meet at every step. A stay in Hampi brings to life the true essence of the Indian soul, known for its spiritual, mystical, natural and energetic richness.