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Venkateshwara Temple:

The wealthiest temple in the world, the Venkateshwara Temple is situated at the top last of the seven hills, which is covered with dense forests. The sanctum of the temple is a sight to behold; its outer walls being wrapped with gold sheets. The deity about 9 feet tall is adorned from head to toe in sparkling diamonds and precious jewels. The atmosphere in the inner sanctum is vibrant and filled with divine fervour. The temple is visited by over 50,000 pilgrims every day. The temple has had numerous royal patrons throughout its rich history, including the British and the Muslims.


Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple:

The temple dedicated to Goddess Padmavathi, the consort of Lord Venkateshwara, is situated at Almelumanga Puram. It is also called Tiruchanoor and lies about 5 km from the city of Tirupati. It is said that a trip to Tirupati is complete only after this temple has been visited.


Sila Thoranam:

Lovers of nature can look forward to a trip to the Sila Thoranam which is a rare and natural arch formed of rock. The formation, believed to be almost a few million years old, is located close to Chakra Tirtham on Tirumala. With a height of 25 feet this natural geographical wonder is one out of three in the world.


Chakra Teertham:

Located close to Sila Thoranam, this water body is believed to have been formed over a crater, created by Lord Vishnu by plunging his Sudarshana Chakra (divine weapon). A visit to this site is said to be equivalent to touching the Lotus at the feet of Lord Vishnu.


Chandragiri Fort:

Built at an altitude of 183 m on a huge rock, the Chandragiri Fort dates back to 1000 AD. The fort is a shining example of the architectural skill of the Vijayanagar Empire.


Sompalayam Temple:

According to local legend, the temple was constructed by a shepherd in the Vijayanagar era. Famed for its architectural beauty, the temple is situated at Sompalli between Thambapalli and Mulakalacheruvu civil road.



Mogili is situated almost 30 km away from Chittoor on the Chennai-Bangalore highway. At the time of the Shivratri festival, New Year’s Eve or any other important event, thousands of devotees flock to this sacred town to pray for prosperity.


Kapila Teertham:

Aside from the presence of refreshing waterfall, this place lying 2.5 km from Tirupati is believed to have witnessed the blessing of Lord Shiva to Sage Kapila.


Sri Prasanna Venkateshwara Swamy Temple:

This is considered to be the site where Sri Siddeswara and several other sages received blessings from the divine couple of Lord Venkateshwara and the Goddess Padmavathi Devi, following their wedding. The temple is situated at a distance of only 4 km away from Tirupati in a town known as Appayalagunta.


Sri Kodandarama Swamy Temple:

The Sri Kodandarama Swamy Temple, situated at a distance of 1 km from the Tirupati railway station, was erected to commemorate the visit of Sri Rama, Sita and Laxman along with Hanuman to Tirupati, after their victory at Lanka.


S.V. Museum:

This museum is an architectural marvel, housing a photo gallery, exhibits of temple artifacts such as ancient weapons and idols. A meditation centre is present for those who prefer tranquility and peace.


Japali Teertham:

Lord Rama, during his Aranyavasam (life of exile in forest) is deemed to have taken a trip to this spot which lies almost 5 km away from Tirumala hill. This holy place attracts many devotees at the time of Hanuman Jayanti, who come here in order to worship the renowned idol of Lord Hanuman, the monkey God.


Sri Varahaswami Temple:

Situated on the banks of the Swamy Pushkarini river, the shrine of Sri Varahaswami in closely related to Indian mythology. According to the mythology, those who seek the blessings of Lord Venkateshwara need to first make an offering to Sri Lakshmi Thaayar at this temple, before visiting the Venkateshwara Temple.


Gangamma Temple:

Located in the heart of the city, this temple is dedicated to Gangamma, believed to be the sister of Lord Venkateshwara. The temple acts as the site of a jatara during 7 days in the month of May when devotees offer Pongal in exchange for good wealth and health.


Srivari Padaalu:

This spot at the top of the Narayanagiri Hills is where Lord Narayan first set foot. These footprints, Srivari Padaalu, still exist here and are revered by all who visit Tirupati. The site offers a panoramic view of the entire temple town.


Sri Subramanya Swamy Temple:

This is another important temple for visitors of this temple town. The ideal time to visit this temple is at Pakala in August, when the Kavadi festival takes place in a grand manner.



The sacred garden here is believed to be the venue of the holy marriage of Lord Venkateshwara and Goddess Padmavathi. A temple dedicated to the Goddess is located within the premises.



Talakona happens to be the spot where a 60 km waterfall is located, believed to cleanse both the mind and the body. Important festivals take place at this site, located only 4 km away from Tirupati.


Sri Venkateshwara Sanctuary:

This zoological park, covering an area of 506 sq. km is dedicated to research in Environmental Studies. This is a pleasant diversion for tourists visiting Thirupati, away from the busy streets of the town.


Kanigi Venkateshwara Swamy Temple:

This is believed to be the original spot where Lord Venkateshwara first stepped on this world, before heading to Tirumala. This spot, situated atop Kaligiri hills, is visited by many tourists owing to its natural beauty.



A marvelous idol of Lord Ganapathi is housed within the temple that is always growing in size, making the armour made of silver too small to fit the statue. The temple was erected during the reign of the Cholas in the 11th century.


Swami Pushkarini Lake: 

Located within the premises of Venketeswara temple, Swami Pushkarini Lake is an important spot in Tirupati. It is believed as a holy water source where Lord Venkateswara used to take bath accompanied by his consorts. It is also believed that bathing in this holy waters would fetch good fortune, prosperity and it wipes away all sins.


TTD Gardens:

Spread around 460 acres, this landscaped garden with intermittent ponds and streams is a feast to eyes to all Tirupati visitors. Full of ornamental flowers this garden supplies more than 500 kilograms of flowers each day to the temples in and around Tirupati.


Akasaganga Theertham: 

This majestic waterfall five kms from Tirupati is strongly associated with several legends. The waterfall blooms to its fullness during monsoon and is believed to as God’s shower due to its sheer beauty.


Asthana Mandapam

This spot house several cultural programs through out the year like discourses, bhajans, musical nites, dance concerts, plays etc. All the programs will be devoted for spiritual enlightenment of the devotees.



This holy water falls lying 2 kms from Tirupati witnesses heavy rushes of devotees to take a dip which is believed to wash away their sins. 


Sri Chennakesavaswami Temple:

This temple boasts of a history of more than 1000 years. The temple premise houses several sub temples also. Festivals like
Brahmotsavam, Annamacharya Jayanthi and Vardhanti Utsavams are celebrated here with much pomp.


Givindarajaswami Temple:

With a vaishnavite tradition of architecture, this temple stands unique in Tirupati and dates back to 1235 AD.