Not to Miss These Exclusive Hindu Shrines in Tirupati

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If you are Planning to Tirumala Temple, have to must visit other Temples in Tirupati which is most famous.


While you are planning to visit Tirupati you can not sit at a hotel and just visit the local sight-seeing. If you miss visiting top Hindu shrines in Tirupati then your tour in Tirupati will not get complete. So,Guest Posting have a look at the most visited Temples here in Tirupati.

Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple:

This temple is among the most respected and holy Hindu Shrines in this city. Tourists from all parts of the world visit this temple. As per research, it has been noticed that almost 50,000 to 1,00,000 pilgrims pay their homage to Sri Venkateswara Swamy daily. This temple remains open from 02 : 30 Am to 12 : 30 Am.

Sri Govindaraja Swamy Temple :

Saint Ramanuja built this temple in 1130 AD and to date almost more than lacs of pilgrims visit this temple per year. This is well-known for its extended Temple

complex. The Dravidian style architecture of this temple is also extremely attractive. This shrine remains open three times a day.

05 : 00 Am to 12 : 30 Pm

01 : 15 Pm to 04 : 45 Pm

06 : 00 Pm to 09 : 30 Pm

Srivari Padala Mandapam :

The next Hindu Shrine which one should not miss while in Tirupati is Srivari Padala Mandapam. This temple is situated at the foothills of Tirumala Hills. The temple remains open from 5 : 00 Am to 8 : 00 Pm.

Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple :

While you are in Tirupati, you can’t move to another city other than visiting the Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple. This temple is located in an age-old pilgrim town. This Shrine remains open from 5 : 00 Am. to 9 : 00 Pm at night.

Sri Kapliswaraswamy Temple :

In Tirupati, the only Shiva Temple is Sri Kapilwaraswamy Temple. This is also one of the most sacred Theerthams in Tirumala. Mythology says that the legend Kapili muni used to meditate in front of the site. The pilgrims also considered the waterfall in the temple extremely holy. Pilgrims can visit this temple from 5 : 00 Am to 8 : 00 Pm.

Sri kalahasti Temple :

Another temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is the Srikalahasti temple. This temple is built on monolithic hills and this temple is popular among the pilgrims as it is one of the Pancha Bhoota Sthalams. The temple remains open from 5 : 00 Am to 9 : 00 Pm.. So while you are in Tirupati never miss visiting this temple.

Kalyana Venkateswara Temple :

Another popular temple to visit in Tirupati is Kalyana Venkateswara Temple. This Hindu shrine is situated at Srinivasa Mangapuram. Lord Venkateswaraya is worshiped in this temple. This is actually in Chittoor district, 12 km away from Tirupati. This holy place also has national importance as per the archaeological survey of India.

Kodandarama Temple :

Kodandarama Temple has dedicated to Lord Rama and huge numbers of pilgrims all parts of the country visit this shrine every year.

ISKCON Temple :

The beautiful architecture of this temple is extremely attractive. This temple is built at the foothills of Tirumala. Among the pilgrims, this temple is extremely popular.

Japali Teertham :

Well though this one of the lesser-known temples in Tirumala, still one should not skip visiting this Hanuman Temple.


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