Queen’s Bath, one of the important monuments in royal enclosure located in Kamalapuram village at Hampi, a World Heritage site. It is a square structure looks plain on outside. Though the exterior may appear simple, the interior is stunningly ornate, with graceful arched corridors, pleasure pavilion, projecting balconies and lotus-shaped fountains that once spouted perfumed water for the ladies of the court.
Hampi, the erstwhile kingdom of Vijayanagara or City of Victory, is situated on the southern bank of river Tungabhadra in Hospet Taluk of Bellary district in Karnataka, India. Hampi, stands as a mute symbol of the imperial magnificence, famous for the might and wealth of Vijayanagara kingdom.