Hospet is the largest city and district headquarters in the Indian State of Karnataka in Vijayanagara, officially known as Hosapete. It is situated 12 km from Hampi on the banks of the Tungabhadra River. Hampi today is a site of World Heritage that holds the remains of Vijayanagara's ancient capital. The connector between North and South Karnataka.
In Hospet, some major cities in India are well connected. It is about 60 km from Bellary. On Hubballi-Guntakal railway line, Hospet railway station Junction is located. Jindal Vidyanagar Airport (Bellary Airport) is the city's closest airport, located approximately 30 km away from Hosapete. It's 330 km from Bangalore. The township itself has an advanced trading sector. Hosapete, largely due to its proximity to the Hampi and Dams of Tungabhadra, is a famous tourist destination. The iron ore mining and steel plants are all known to Hosapete.
The summers in Hospet are brief, swelling, dry, and the winters are cloudy, and long, warm, wet, and mostly windy. Typically the temperature ranges between 61°F and 102°F over the course of the year and is usually less than 56°F or more than 107°F.
Bellary is about 75 km from the closest airport. Other airports near Hospet have located around 350 km in Bangalore, and around 200 km in Belgaum are well linked to most parts of India by Indian Airlines.
The railways to Bangalore, Hyderabad, Hubli, and Vijapur are well linked with Hospet Railway Station.
Busses from Hospet are available and regularly travel between Bangalore and Karnataka.
Krishna Deva Raya, one of Vijayanagara's notable leaders, founded the city of Hosapete in 1520 AD. He built Nagalambika town in honor of his wife. The town was initially referred to as Naagalapura, but the town was called Hosa Pete, known as the "new city." Naagalapura is also considered the region between Hampi and Hosapete. This was the principal access for tourists from the West Coast to Vijayanagara.
According to the 2011 census, the population of Hospet is 206,167, of which 102,668 are male, and 103,499 are female. The municipality has an average literacy rate of 79.30%, with 85.95% male literacy and 72.74% female literacy. 13.46% of the population of Hospet is under the age of 6 years.
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