Small but significant, the Archaeological Museum at Hampi exhibits a superb collection of sculptures recovered from the area. It also contains two scaled models of the Hampi topography with monuments. Other than the model, the museum has an entire section dedicated to sculptures and idols recovered from Hampi. These include several incarnations of Lord Shiva, like Lord Veerabhadra, Lord Bhairava and Lord Bhikshatana-murthi. Another section displays an array of tools, coins and other objects that were in use during the Vijayanagara era. An interesting display is of the documents made of brass and bundled with a ring. The museum also has an array of objects from the prehistoric and proto historic periods recovered from Anegundi. You can also admire stucco figurines, pieces of porcelain pottery and a gallery of photographs from the area.

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