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Sri Govindaraja swamy Temple

Tirupati  is an ancient town associated with the Vaishnava Mentor, Sri Ramanuja , who  guided that one can get mukthi through only chanting  NARAYANA mantram that is  'Namo Naryana naya'. He founded Govindaraja swamy temple in 1130 A.D and started a small settlement round it and named it Tirupati. Several new shrines like kodanda ramaswamy temple, narsimha swamy temple shrine and kapileswara swamy temple were also built in different parts of Tirupati. Sri Govindarajaswamy temple, is very near to Tirupati railway station. The deity Sri Govindarajaswamy is in a reclining pose.He is considered to be Lord Venkateswara's brother.It has an imposing seven-storey 'Gopuram'. The temple came in for greater importance in 1506 A.D. during the rule of Saluva Dynasty of Vijayanagara.There are Sri Andal, Sri Parthasarathy and Sri Venkateswara in  the temple .

Ph : 0877 2264592/2264593

Sri Kodandaramaswamy Temple

This temple is dedicated to Sri Rama is situated within a distance of about 1 kilometer from the Tirupati Railway station. Opposite to this temple there is a Anjaneya swamy temple called as Bedi Anjaneya swamy.Inside the temple there is temple of Vishwaksena and Alwar. Sri Rama navami is celebrated here where the utsavam starts from Ugadi to Rama navami. The Temple was built to commemorate the visit of Sri Rama,Lakshmana and Sita to Tirupati, while returning from Lanka. According to inscriptions, the temple was built by one Narshima Mudalayar for the benefit of Saluva Narasahima in A.D  1480.

Ph: 0877 2264584

Sri Kalahasti temple        

SriKalahasti temple is located 36 km away from Tirupati. The inner temple is constructed around 5th century and the outer temple was constructed in the 12th Century.It is the abode of Shiva, from whose head, according to legend, the Ganges is said to flow.Kalahasti is the ‘Kailas of the South’.This temple itself is a great architectural piece of art.The inside pillars are fresh as theywere hundreds of years back because they were hidden from degradation by nature. SriKalahasti got its name because in days of yore a spider (sri), serpent (kala) and elephant (hasti) elephant worshipped Shiva with great devotion.


Kanipakam temple          

Sri Vara sidhi Vinayaka Temple which is in Kanipaakam in Irala Mandal, Chittoor District. It is about 11kms from Chittoor town. "Kani" means wetland and "Pakam" means flow of water into wetland.The 'swayambhu' idol (the self-manifested) of Lord Vinayaka emerged from the swirling waters in a well.Even today the idol is in the original well and the springs of the well are perennial and the eternal. During the rainy season, the holy water from the well overflows even today.

Another striking and strange feature of the idol is that it is still growing in size.
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Sri Kapileswaraswami temple

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.

Ph: 0877 2264587

Alemelumangapuram (Tiruchanur)

Tiruchanur, also known as Alamelu Mangapuram, located about 5 kms from Tirupati is also known as ancient sacred place. The temple of Sri Padmavathi Devi, the consort of Lord Venkateswara is situated in this place. It is said that the visit to Tirumala is fruitful only after a visit to sri Padmavathi Devi Temple at Tiruchanur. Therefore after visiting the temples at Tirumala  and Tirupati , the piligrims proceed to Tiruchanur to worship Goddess Padmavathi Devi. The sacred tank adjoining the Padmavathi Devi Temple is called Padma Sarovar. The legend is that the godess revealed herself on a lotus in the sacred tank.

Ph: 0877 2264585/2264586

Srinivasa mangapuram

Srinivasa Mangapuram, a small village , is 12 kms to the east of Tirupati. Sri Kalyana Venkateswara Swamy temple is located South-east of this village. Legends say that Lord Venkateswara after his marriage with Padmavathi Devi stayed her for some time before proceeding to Tirumala . In srinivasa mangapuram there is way to Tirumala known as srivari Mettu , which is very shortest footway to Tirumala. According to puranas Lord has reached Tirumala after his marraige along with Padmavathi Devi through this footway.The shrine was renovated by Talapakka Chinna Tiruvengatanatha in the 16 th century .It is now under the Archaeological Department of India. Around the Srinivasa mangapuram there is a entrance for Chandra giri Fort, which was built by Vijayanagara emperors.

Ph 0877 2264588


Narayanavanam is a small town about 22 kms south east of  Tirupati. A shrine dedicated to Kalyana Venkateswara is located here. Puranas and legends claim that lord Venkateswara married

Padmavathi Devi, the daughter of Akasa Raja, at this hallowed place and that to commemorate this great event, Akasa raja built the  Temple .

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The scared temple dedicated to Lord Veda Narayana Swamy is situated here. Nagalapuram is about 65 kms , south east of Tirupati. However its centre of attraction is the temple Sri Vedanarayana swamy Temple which is fine specimen of the Vijayanagara style. The sanctum sanctorum houses an image of the matsyavataram form of Vishnu accompanied by Sri Devi  Bhudevi on either side.

Sun worship is an important aspect of this temple. Every year in the month of March the rays of the Sun pass through the Gopuram entrance for 3 days and fall on the idol in the sanctum and this is considered as an act of adoaration by the Sun. The temple is said to have been constructed by Sri Krishna DevaRaya , the vijayanagara emperor at the behest of his mother.

Ph:  08576 – 2264590


The Lord  Prasanna Venkateswara swamy is located at Appalayagunta, 15 km from Tirupati. Festivals like Brahmotsavam are being celebrated on a grand scale. The idols of Goddess Padmavathi and Sri Andal are also seen in the ancient temple. The temple is constructed by the Rajas of Karvetinagaram consists of shrine for Anjaneya. The imposing mammoth image of the wind-god is worshipped by devotees for relief from ‘Chronic diseases’.


Karvetinagaram is near puttur at a distance of 58 km from Tirupati. The temple here is dedicated to Lord VenuGopalaSwamy with Rukmini and Satyabama. This was maintained by the Narayanavanam rulers in the olden days. It also houses a shrine with monolithic idols of Sita, Rama, Lakshmana and Anjaneya.

Ph  0877 2287685

Iskon is located at a distance of 3 km from Railway station,Tirupati.It was in the year 1974-75; His Divine Grace Srila Prabhupada made a visit to Tirupati-Tirumala as a special guest of the Government of Andhra Pradesh. During his stay at Tirumala, Srila Prabhupada was extremely pleased to have Darshan of Lord Sri Venkateswara. He was also pleased to see hundreds and thousands of pilgrimage devotees visiting the divine place daily.

During the course of his discussion with the then Endowments Minister of A.P., Sri Sagi Suryanarayana Raju, Srila Prabhupada pointed out that T.T.D.should take steps for propagating and reviving the message of Bhagavad-Gita, immediately on large scale. His Divine Grace said it is the only way to bring peace and harmony throughout the world. Since T.T.D. has the basic infrastructure it should work out some program and take the assistance of the devotees of the ISKCON to conduct vigorous preaching for the benefit of all.

On the 10 th April 1984, a small temple was inaugurated by installing the most beautiful ‘Archa Vigraha' if Sri Sri Radha Govinda.But now is a A HISTORICAL MONUMENT AT THE MOST FAMOUS RELIGIOUS PALCE IN INDIA-TIRUPATI. THE ABODE OF LORD SRI VENKATESWARA.

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This this the only temple in India where Lord Shiva is in maanava roopam i.e not as Linga . ABOUT 56 KM from Chennai, on the Tamil Nadu-Andhra Pradesh border, is a small village called Surutapalli, which houses the only "Sayana Sivan" (sleeping Siva) called Pallikondeswarar.

According to Sthalapurana , it is said that Asuras (demons) and Devas (Gods) decided to consume the nectar from Kseerabthi (the milk ocean) in order to live longer. Hence, they churned the ocean with the help of Vasuki (the celestial snake) and the hill Mandhara, with Gods on one side and demons on the other. Unable to tolerate the pressure, Vasuki spilled out the poison from his mouth.  The Gods and demons then approached Lord Shiva to save them from the harm of poison. Lord Shiva transformed himself into Vishabhakarana Moorthy and consumed poison. The situation was such that if Lord swallows the poison, the living creatures on the earth will die and if he does not, the Gods and Demons will be killed. He then started feeling little giddy. Fearing this, his consort, Goddess Parvati placed Lord’s head in Her lap and gently pressed His neck and the poison remained thus in His throat without affecting His body. Hence Lord Shiva got the name as ‘Neelakantha’ (‘Neela’- blue with poison and ‘Kantha’- throat) because of the accumulation of the poison in his throat and Goddess Parvati was called as ‘Amudhambigai’. On their way to Kailasa (Lord Shiva’s aboard), Lord Siva who was feeling little dizzy, rested on the lap of His wife for a while in the place where the village stands today. Hence the village got its name as Suruttapalli, Surutta meaning ‘Little dizzy’ and Palli meaning ‘Resting’.
Mr. K. S. Venkararama Raju, Chairman, Trust Board, Sri Pallikondeswara Swamy Devasthanam, Surutapalli, Dasukuppam Post, Nagalapuram M.D., Chittoor District Pin-517 588 (A.P.)
Darshan Time:
Morning : 6.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.
Evening : 4.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m.
Gudimallam is a small village located in Srikalahasti Mandal, of the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. It is seven miles away from Renigunta Railway Junction of considerable significance. Gudimallam is just 30-km east of Tirupati.Though a small village, historically it is very important, because it has a beautiful Siva Temple which is popularly known as "the Parasurameswara Temple."

The main importance of the temple lies in the Linga which is housed in the Garbhagriha of the temple. This is supposed to be the earliest Linga discovered so far and it has been assigned to the 2nd or 1st century B.C. The name of the temple is mentioned as Parasurameswara Temple in the inscriptions.


The floor of the sanctum is below the floor level of the Antarala and Mukhamantapa. The figure of Siva carved on the linga resembles a vigorous hunter. These two names however are not mentioned in the inscriptions. The village is referred as Viprapita (Brahmana Agrahara).

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