What are the temples nearby Tirupati?

What are the temples nearby Tirupati?


Name of the temple Deity Location
Venkateswara Temple Venkateswara Tirumala
Padmavathi Temple Padmavati Tiruchanur
Govindaraja Temple Govindaraja Tirupati
Kapila Theertham Kapileswara and Kamakshi Tirupati

Which Temple should I visit first in Tirupati?

In honour of that Lord Venkateswara has ordained that all devotees visiting Tirumala temple must visit Sri Varahaswami temple first and then visit him.

How many temples are under TTD?

It is also involved in various social, religious, literary and educational activities. TTD is headquartered at Tirupati and employs about 16,000 people….Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams.

Logo of TTD
Formation 1932
Purpose Management of 12 temples including Tirumla Venkateswara
Headquarters Tirupati
Chairman Y. V. Subba Reddy

Which God is famous in Tirupati?

Venkateswara Temple

Sri Venkateswara Swami Vaari Temple
Affiliation Hinduism
District Tirupati
Deity Venkateswara (Vishnu)
Festivals Brahmotsavam, Vaikunta Ekadasi, Ratha Saptami

How far is Arunachalam from Tirupati?

tirupati to tiruvannamalai Trains Route Details

Number of Trains from tirupati to tiruvannamalai 6 Trains
Distance from tirupati to tiruvannamalai By Train: 198 Km
Fastest Train from tirupati to tiruvannamalai : VM PRR EXPRESS(22606)
Slowest Train from tirupati to tiruvannamalai : RMM TPTY EXP(16780)

Should I visit Balaji temple or Padmavati temple first?

FAQ: When we visit Tirumala-Tirupati, whose Dharshan should we have first – Sri Balaji or Padmavathi Thayar? It is always preferred to visit first Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple at Tiruchanur (lower Tirupati).

Which temple is first Kalahasti or Tirupati?

Tirupati and Kalahasti can be visited on a same day if you are not performing Rahu Ketu pooja at the time of Rahukaalam at Kalahasti. Principle is after Tirupati darshan only one will visit Kalahasti and have to leave straight to one’s home.

Which temple is first kalahasti or Tirupati?

What is Arunachalam famous?

Arunachalesvara Temple (also called Annamalaiyar Temple) is a Hindu temple dedicated to the deity Shiva, located at the base of Arunachala hill in the town of Thiruvannamalai in Tamil Nadu, India.

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