This underground temple of Lord Shiva is one of the oldest temples in Hampi. This temple for some reasons was built several metres below the ground level due to which the sanctum as well as the main parts of the temple remain under water for most of the time round the year. One enters the temple by passing through the main tower, which is supposedly an incomplete addition done later on. There is a series of steps along the axis of this tower that leads one to the sanctum and to the inner part of the temple. There is a cubical pillared main hall in front of the shrine, which is the last part, access to which is dependent upon the level of water that would decide whether one can go any further or not.
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