Tirumala

Tirumala Venkateswara Temple is a Hindu temple in the hill town of Tirumala. The Tirumala Hill is 853m above sea level and is about 10.33 square miles (27 km2) in area. It comprises seven peaks, representing the seven heads of Adisesha, thus earning the name Seshachalam. The seven peaks are called Seshadri, Neeladri, Garudadri, Anjanadri, Vrushabadri, Narayanadri, and Venkatadri. The temple is on Venkatadri (also known as Venkatachala or Venkata Hill), the seventh peak, and is also known as the “Temple of Seven Hills” . The presiding deity of the temple is Lord Venkateswara, a form of the Hindu god Vishnu.

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   Kapilatheertham

This shrine for Lord Siva is located at about 3 km from Tirupati Railway station. here we can see the beautiful water falls , where water flows from Tirumala Hills. The falls is very beautiful to see during the rainy season. Inside there are many sub temples like Vinayaka temple, Kammakshi temple, Dakshana murthy temple, Subramanya swamy temple, agastheeswara temple, navagrahams, VenuGopal swamy temple, Lakshmi narshima swamy temple, Alwar temple etc. Adjacent to it there is visiting place, Jungle Book manged by Forest Dept of India. As Kapila maharshi installed the Sivalinga here, the God is called Kapileswara and the tirtham is known as Kapilatirtham.

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   Srikalahasthi Temple

Srikalahasti, is a holy town near Tirupati. Basically Famous for Rahu ketu pooja. It is located on the banks of the river Swarnamukhi. The nearest airport is about 20 km from here at Renigunta, and 40 km from Tirupati.

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   Iskcon Temple

At one of India’s greatest pilgrimage sites, a new Hare Krishna temple showcases the special devotion of Lord Chaitanya’s line. More than three decades ago Srila Prabhupada desired to establish the worship of Radha-Krishna in Tirupati, South India. Now Revati Ramana Dasa, the temple president of ISKCON Tirupati, and the dedicated devotees there have fulfilled that desire in the most wonderful way of Lotus Temple.

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   Kanipakam Varasidhi Vinayaka Swami Temple

Kanipakam is home to a popular Hindu temple of Lord Ganesha called as Kanipakam Vinayaka Temple and is 75 km from Tirupati.

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   Tiruchanur Padmavati Temple

Tirumala Venkateswara Temple is a Hindu temple in the hill town of Tirumala. The Tirumala Hill is 853m above sea level and is about 10.33 square miles (27 km2) in area. It comprises seven peaks, representing the seven heads of Adisesha, thus earning the name Seshachalam. The seven peaks are called Seshadri, Neeladri, Garudadri, Anjanadri, Vrushabadri, Narayanadri, and Venkatadri. The temple is on Venkatadri (also known as Venkatachala or Venkata Hill), the seventh peak, and is also known as the “Temple of Seven Hills” . The presiding deity of the temple is Lord Venkateswara, a form of the Hindu god Vishnu.

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   Vellore Golden Temple

The golden temple of ‘Sripuram’ is a spiritual park situated at the foot of a small range of green hills in a place known as “Malaikodi” in the city of Vellore in Tamil Nadu, India. The temple is at the southern end of the city of Vellore, at Tirumalaikodi.The salient feature of Sripuram is the Lakshmi Narayani temple or Mahalakshmi temple whose ‘Vimanam’ and ‘Ardha Mandapam’ have been coated with gold both in the interior and exterior. And is 125 km from Tirupati.

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   Srinivasa Mangapuram

Srinivasa Mangapuram is a small village near Tirupathi. Sri Kalyana Venkateswara Swamy Temple is located in this village. Legends say that Lord Venkateswara after his marriage with Godess Padmavathi stayed here for sometime before proceeding to Tirumala, as per Hindu customs newly married couples are not supposed to climb hills, such devotees can have darshan of Lord at this temple and attain moksh. Srinivasa Mangapuram is about 11 kms from Tirupati.

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