Queen’s Bath

hampi, india

Ancient Ruins , History and Culture , Monuments
At Queen's Bath, Queens and their maids from mughal era used to take bath. The elaborate structure signifies the grandness of this place. History buffs can have some fun time exploring these ruins.
About Contact Location
About Contact Location
event_available When to visit: january - december
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8:00 - 18:00 Everyday
hourglass_empty Duration: 1 hours
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The Queen’s Bath is believed to be constructed by Achyuta Raya for the women of the royal family of Vijayanagara. It was used as the private bathing chamber of the king and his queens.
Built in the Indo-Islamic style of architecture, the Queen’s Bath is an elaborate structure with a simple exterior and an ornate interior.
Today, the Queen’s Bath is an empty structure. The floor of the bath has some empty sockets that were once used to support pillars. These pillars are believed to have been part of a canopy that was destroyed during the Mughal attacks on Hampi.


Kapiolani Loop Princeville Kauai County Hawaii United States 96722
City center: Hampi
Nearest airport: Hubballi Airport

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