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Chennai- Tirupathi Tour Package


RATE: By A/c Valvo Bus - Rs 799.00 - 50 Rs. Darashan, Breakfast & Lunch
By Tempo Traveller - Rs 1,099.00 - 300 Rs. Darashan, Break-fast & Lunch
By Car - Rs 999.00 (Min 4) - 300 Rs. Darashan, Pick up & Drop from residence


Tirumala Temple

Tirumala Temple

Tirumala Venkateswara Temple is a famous Hindu temple of Lord Vishnu in the form of Lord Venkateswara located in the hill town Tirumala, near Tirupati in the Chittor district of Andhra Pradesh. The temple is situated on Venkatadri, one of the seven hills of Tirumala, and hence is also known as the Temple of Seven Hills. The presiding deity of the temple, Lord Venkateswara, is also known by other names - Balaji, Govinda and Srinivasa.


The temple is reportedly the richest and the most visited place of worship in the world. The Tirumala Hill is 3200 ft above sea level, and is about 10.33 sq miles in area. It comprises seven peaks, representing the seven hoods of Adisesha, thus earning the name, Seshachalam. The seven peaks are called Seshadri, Neeladri, Garudadri, Anjanadri, Vrushabadri, Narayanadri and Venkatadri. The sacred temple of Sri Venkateswara is located on the seventh peak, Venkatadri (Venkata Hill). The temple complex comprises a smaller traditional temple building along with a number of modern queue and pilgrim lodging sites. There are several legends associated with the manifestation of the Lord in Tirumala.


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Kodhanda Rama Swamy Temple

Kodhanda Rama Swamy Temple

Sri Kodandarama Swami temple, of tenth century stands as a marvellous piece of work by the Chola kings. This temple commemorates Sri Rama's visit to Tirupati. it is said that while returning from Lanka, Sri Rama, Sita and Lakshmana camped here for a while. Sri Kodandarama Swami temple is one of the ancient temples of Andhra Pradesh.


The temple stands in the centre of a rectangular courtyard, facing west. The entrance is in the west and is adorned by a Gopuram, passing through which, you can find Balipita and Dhvajasthamba in the east. The temple has a Maha Mandapam and a mukha-mandapam. The Maha Mandapam consists of five pillars in four rows each with two rectangular blocks and two octagonal shafts in between. These pillars have fine sculptures of Maha Laxmi, Lord Vishnu, Lord Krishna, Parasurama and Venugopala, all reflecting the Vijayanagara style of architecture. On the wall, on either side of entrance, leading into the interior of the Maha Mandapam, there is an emblem of the Vijayanagara.


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ISKCON Temple

ISKCON Temple

The temple is located on Hare-Krishna marg near Alipiri. The temple is lavishly built with about three-storey building and imposing structure resembling both northern and southern Indian style of architecture. The temple appears as placed on a lotus petal. Every part of the temple is beautifully decorated and nicely carved. The ISKCON temple at Tirupati is said to be the largest ISKCON temple in India.


The main entrance is marked by a huge wooden door finely carved with some amazing work of motifs. The main temple on the third floor is a huge grandeur hall with sculpted pillars and with images of Radha Govind ji (Lord Krishna and His consort Radha) and Ashta Sakhis installed on a raised platform. Just on the left side of it you can see the seat of Guru ji. The staircase in one corner leads you to the second floor has an auditorium and an audio-visual studio. The first floor that has an exhibition hall, dioramas of Lord s various incarnations and several mythological episodes. This temple of Lord Venkateshwara where He resides in the form of Lord Sri Krishna, is a beautiful place to visit.


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Akasha Ganga

Akasha Ganga

Akasha Ganga is a sacred waterfall about 5kms to the south of the temple. The water for anointing Lord Venkateshwara is brought from this waterfall. During rainy season, this place looks even more beautiful with greenery around and with white water gushing out of the rocks. Bathing in this water is really refreshing and is said to wash away the evils and confer good fortune. Every pilgrim visiting Tirupati must and should visit this place.


The river is a perennial stream. According to legend the river is said to flow from the feet of the Lord Vishnu. The Akasha Ganga as the name implies is the sacred river and many tourist take the sactred bath in this river to wash away their sins. The water from here is used for the daily rituals in the temple. The water fall on the way down the hill, Waterfall in Tirumala and other small waterfalls are present. The Akasha Ganga in TirumalaTemple of Lord Shiva at Yogimallavaram, near to Tirupati is very old and is very famous.


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Natural Arch

Natural Arch

Natural Arch, Tirumala hills is a distinctive geological wonder located 1 km North of the Tirumala hills temple, near the Chakra Teertham in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The Arch is also called Silathoranam in local language. The arch measures 8 m (26.2 ft) in width and 3 m (9.8 ft) in height, and is naturally formed in the quartzites of Cuddapah Supergroup of Middle to Upper Proterozoic (1600 to 570 Ma) due to natural erosive forces.


Mythological folklore related to the arch, linked to the famous Tirumala hills temple of Lord Balaji, has three versions. According to one version, the arch resembles the hood of a serpent, a Conch and a discus – all symbols of worship in Hindu religion- and considered to be the source of the Idol of Lord Venkateswara or Lord Balaji at the Tirumala hill temple. The second version is that the main deity in the Tirumala temple is of the same height as the height of the arch. The third version is that Lord Vishnu called as Balaji or Venkateswara at the Tirumala temple town, is supposed to have put his first foot down at a place called Padalu.


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