The Hazara Rama Temple is a 15th century old artwork, located in the middle of the Royal enclosure, and is supposedly the place of worship for the royal family members. It was only used for royal ceremonies.
The pillars of this temple are carved in fragile designs, showcasing the many forms of Lord Vishnu. Other fascinating sculptures depict some of the important events from the great epic of Ramayana. The walls of the attachment are luxuriously decorated with friezes, featuring grand processions of horses and elephants, along with beautiful dancing women and soldiers in grand amour.
This is one of the highly celebrated Vishnu temples of Hampi, showcasing the architectural wonder and cultural heritage of the erstwhile Kingdom.