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Anegundi, older than Hampi, is situated on the northern bank of Tungabhadra River . Huchappayana matha temple (with black-stone pillars and dance sculptures), Pampa Sarovara, Aramane (a ruined palace), Ranganatha temple,Kamal Mahal, and Navabrindavan are the major attractions. Nimvapuram, a nearby village, has a mount of ash believed to be the cremated remains of monkey king Bali .

Anegundi, believed to be the monkey kingdom of Kishkinda in the epic of Ramayana, is at a distance of 5 km from the historical site of Hampi. Anjanadri hill, the birth place of monkey-god Hanuman, and the mountain Rishimuka are the other places near Anegundi associated with Ramayana.

Anegundi is best visited along with Hampi.
Places to visit includes Gagan palace, Anegundi Fort Entrance Gate, Pampa Sarovara Laxmi Temple (Lake), srikrishnadevarayalu samadi,  Seven Headed Snake, Nava Brindavana ( Nine Brindavana), Anegundi North Main Entrance Gate, Chintamani Main Entrance Gate, Anegundi South Side Entrance Gate, Anegundi Lord Ranganatha Temple, Ganesh Temple, Jain's Temple, Shri Lord Gavi Ranganath's Temple, Anegundi Garuda Sthambha , Huchchaiappana Mutt, Chintamani Lord Shiva Temple, Newly under construction Bridge of Anegundi connecting Hampi.
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