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Vehicle Type4 hours 40 kms 8 hours 80 kms Per Hour RatePer Km RateDriver ChargeMin Kms / day
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Tourist places in Tirupati / Places to see in Tirupati


  • Hare Rama Hare Krishna Mandir
  • Chandragiri Fort
  • Tiruchanur
  • Govindaraja Swamy Temple
are a few places to see in Tirupati.

Tourist places in Tirumala / Places to see in Tirumala

  • Hastakalaramam
  • Papanasanam
  • Gogarbham
  • Akasganga
  • Shilathoranam
  • View Point
  • S.V. Museum
are worth a visit while in Tirumala.

Tirupati, Tirumala


Tirupati - Located on top of the Tirumala Hills, Tirupati is famous for its Sri Venkateshwara Temple. Tirumala is said to be one of the most visited pilgrimage centers across the world. The town of Tirupati lies at the foothills of Tirumala. The Tirumala hill, has seven peaks ("Sapthagiri"), said to represent the seven hoods of Adisesha, the serpent under whose hoods Vishnu resides in Vaikuntha, thus earning the name Seshachalam. The seven peaks are Seshadri, Neeladri, Garudadri, Anjanadri, Vrushabadri, Narayanadri, and Venkatadri. The Tirumala hills are the world's second oldest rock mountains. Sri Venkateshwara Temple, Constructed in the Dravidian style of architecture, is visited by about 50,000 to 100,000 pilgrims daily (30 to 40 million people annually on average), while on special occasions and festivals, like the annual Brahmotsavam, the number of pilgrims shoots up to 500,000, making it the most-visited holy place in the world. It was under the regime of the Vijayanagara emperors that the temple gained most of its current wealth and size, with the donation of diamonds and gold. The exquisitely wrought deity, called the Mulaberam, is believed to be self-manifested, and no human being is known to have installed it in the shrine. The names ascribed to the main deity are Balaji, Srinivasa (the one in whom Sri resides, Venkateswara, and Venkatachalapathy. The Lord wears a gold crown with a large emerald embedded in the front. On special occasions, he is adorned with a diamond crown. The Lord has a thick double tilaka drawn on his forehead, which screens his eyes. He bears Sri Lakshmi Devi on his right chest and Sri Padmavathi Devi on his left chest. His feet are covered with gold frames and decked with gold anklets. A curved gold belt encompasses his legs. Lord Venkateswara is believed by followers to be a very merciful form of Vishnu, being the fulfiller of every wish made to him by the devotees. "Ven" means "sin" and "Kata" means "destroyed or burnt". Therefore the name means that a person who worships there will get cleansed of all sins. Tirupati Car Rentals can eb booked right here on taxiGUIDE.in

Tirupati Darshan


Tirupati Darshan entrance is through the Vaikuntam Queue Complex. The complex is a series of inter-connected halls that leads to the main temple. An efficient queue system ensures that pilgrims move in an orderly fashion through the Queue Complex, towards the main temple. Some of the darshan’s one can opt for is listed below.

Sarvadarsanam - Sarvadarsanam means 'darshan for all'. On normal days, about 18 hours are allotted for Sarvadarsanam and on peak days, it is open for 20 hours.

Special Entry Darshan (Seeghra Darshan) – This facility provides quick Darshan for the Pilgrims. The cost of the Ticket is Rs.300/- per pilgrim. The tickets will be issued at Vaikuntam Queue Complex in a separate queue line with 4 counters, after taking the tickets, the pilgrims are directly allowed for Darshan.

Divya Darshan - Divya Darshan facility is provided for pedestrian who come on foot to Tirumala through Gali Gopuram or Srivari Mettu.

Tirupati Darshan ticket system - This system was introduced to minimize the waiting time for Sarvadarsanam, Special Darshan and other paid darshan/sevas. The tokens are available Rs.50/- . The time of darshan is indicated on the tokens. Pilgrims can enter the Vaikuntam Queue Complex at Tirumala at the time indicated on the tokens. This system saves on waiting time and provides pilgrims with enough time to visit other temples.

Tirupati Prasadam


Laddu (Tirupati Laddu), is the famous prasadam given at Tirumala Temple. Recently the trust has taken copy right of Laddu prasaddam, hence, no one can prepare the same Laddu. Many other delicious prasadams are also available including daddojanam (curd rice), pulihora(tamarind rice), vada and chakkera-pongali (sweet pongal), miryala-pongali, Appam, Paayasam, Jilebi, Muruku, Dosa, seera (kesari). Free meals are given daily to the pilgrims. On Thursdays, the Tirupavadai seva occurs, where food items are kept for naivedyam to Lord Srinivasa.
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Tirupati Temples


Sri Govindrajaswamy Temple, Sri Kodandaramaswami Temple, Sri Kapileswaraswami Temple, and Sri Kalyana Venkateswaraswami Temple. You can also visit Tiruchanur, which has the temple of Sri Padmavathi Devi.

Tirupati Festival


The Brahmotsavam celebrated every year during September is the most famous and prestigious. Cabs in Tirupati can be booked a days in advance.

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Kalahasti


Sri Kalahasti is a temple town. Situated about 38Kms from Tirupati, the vast west facing Kalahastiswara temple is built adjoining a hill, on the banks of the river Swarnamukhi. At some points, the hill serves as the wall of the temple. The ancient temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva (as Sri Kalahastheeswara) and his consort Parvathi (as Gnanaprasunambika) is one of the Panchabootha Sthalams, meaning the temple celebrates Lord Shiva as the embodiment of the primary elements (Fire, Space, Water, Earth, Air), Air being the element here. According to the legend, Lord Bramha was asked by the Lord to create beautiful and enticing hills of Kailasa. As Bramha was struggling with the task, a piece fell on earth and in the south and thus called as Dakshina Kailasam. The temple is also associated with Rahu and Ketu. Kalahasti houses another famous shrine and this is the one made famous by the Bhakta Kannappa, who gave his eyes to his favorite Lord,Shiva!

Tirupati Offerings


One of the most important offering in this temple is the ‘Thulabharam.’ In the Thulabaram ritual, a devotee sits on a pan of a weighing balance and the other pan is filled with materials greater than the weight of the devotee. Devotees usually offer sugar, jaggery, tulsi leaves, banana, gold and coins. This is mostly performed with newborn babies or children.

important festival in Tirumala.

Tirupati Seva


Pilgrims can view and participate (in a limited fashion) in the various sevas performed to Dhruva bera (main idol), Bhoga Srinivasa, Sri Malayappa swami and other idols in the temple. When pilgrims purchase arjitha seva tickets, they get the opportunity to see a seva performed to the Lord; obtain prasadam in the form of vastram (clothes), akshantalu (sacred and blessed rice) and food articles (laddus, vadas, dosas, pongal, rice items) and a darshan of the utsavamurti.

Tirupati - Hair tonsuring


Many devotees have their head tonsured. The daily amount of hair collected is over a ton. When Lord Balaji was hit on his head by a shepherd, a small portion of his scalp became bald. This is noticed by Neela Devi, a Gandharva princess. She feels "such an attractive face should not have a flaw". Immediately she cuts a portion of her hair and with her magical power she implants it on his scalp. Lord Balaji notices her sacrifice. As hair is a beautiful aspect of the female, he promises her that all his devotees who come to his abode should render their hair to him, and she would be the recipient of all the hair received. Hence it is believed that hair offered by the devotees is accepted by Neela Devi. The hill Neeladri, one among seven hills is named after her. The hair thus gathered is sold by the temple organization a few times a year by public auction to international buyers for use as hair extensions and in cosmetics, bringing over $6 million to the temple's treasury.

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