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, older than Hampi, is situated on the northern bank of
. 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 is best visited along with Hampi.