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“The place where Lord venkateswara steps on hills and he located in that hill, the hill named as Seven hills and also called as the tirumala”

The Temple is constructed in Dravidian architecture and is believed to be constructed over a period of time starting from 300 CE.

The presiding deity, Venkateswara, is in standing posture and faces east in Garbha Gruha. The temple follows Vaikhanasa Agama tradition of worship.

During Dvapara Yuga, Adisesha resided on earth as Seshachalam Hills after losing a contest with Vayu.

According to Puranas, Tirumala is regarded as Adivaraha Kshetra. After killing Hiranyaksha, Adivaraha resided on this hill. Venkatachala Mahatyam is the widely accepted legend over Tirumala Temple.


Srinivasa, unable to bear the quarrel between Lakshmi and Padmavati had turned into stone right when he was encountered by Lakshmi and Padmavathi.

Brahma and Shiva appear before the confused queens and explain the main purpose behind all this – The Lord’s desire to be on the 7 hills for the emancipation of mankind from the perpetual troubles of Kali Yuga.

Goddesses Lakshmi and Padmavathi also turn into stone deities expressing their wish to be with their always.

Lakshmi stays with Him on His Chest on the left side while Padmavathi rests on His Chest’s right side

Lord Govinda

Srinivasa went to his foster-mother Vakula Devi on Tirumala hills and stayed there for a while.

After curse Chola king took rebirth as Akasharaja and he had a daughter named Padmavati who was born in the Padmapushkarini situated at present day Tiruchanur in Andhra Pradesh.

Srinivasa married Padmavati at present day Narayanavanam in Andhra Pradesh and will return to Tirumala Hills.

After few months Goddess Lakshmi had come to know about the marriage of Srinivasa with Padamavati and went to Tirumala hills to question Srinivasa.


lord balaji foot


Temple open at morning 3.Am & closes 1.00pm.

Bus start from morning 3.00Am to Night 1.00pm

Special entery darshan tickets:300.

Seva tickets cost :120rs to 10000(acording to sava)


Andhra Pradesh,India.


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