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Appalayagunta

Sri Prasanna Venkateswara Swamy Temple is a vaishnavite temple located at Appalayagunta , near Vadamalapeta,which is 16 km from Tirupati in Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh, India. The temple is dedicated to Lord Venkateswara, referred to as Prasanna Venkateswara. Unlike other typical Venkateswara temples the presiding deity has its right hand in Abhaya posture.

Tirumala

The main attraction of Tirupati is the Sri Venkateshwara Temple which is located at the hilltop of the Tirumala hills. Dedicated to Lord Venkateswara, it has a mesmerizing idol of the Lord ornamented with a magnificent crown. It is made on the basis of Dravidian architecture. This temple claims to be one of the richest …

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Tiruchanur

This popular attraction is located at a distance of less than 2 km from Tirupati Home Stay. It is believed that the trip to Tirupati is incomplete without visiting the home temple of Sri Padmavathi Devi.

Thalakona

Talakona is a site for the nature lovers, this place is naturally blessed.Talakona means ‘head of hill’ in Telugu. This place is believed to be the starting point of ‘Seshachalam Hills’ which are extended till Tirumala. The forests of the area, waterfalls, silvery streams cascading down the rocks, undulating hilly terrain, magnificent trees and woody …

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Srikalahasthi

SriKalahasti temple is located 36 km away from Tirupati.This temple is one of the most impressive Shiva temples in India. This temple features an enormous, ancient gopuram (entrance tower) over the main gate. This ancient temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is one of the five Panchabhootha stalams (temples celebrating Lord Shiva as the embodiment of …

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Puligundu

Do you see white temple at the top? If yes, you can imagine how big is rock? Puligundu (Tiger Rock) is a solid granite rock formation situated in Chittoor District, Andhra Pradesh along Chittoor to Penumuru road. Created by the forces of nature, the two towers of rock rise up parallel to each other separated …

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Kanipakam

This 11th century temple is must see place of visitors as this temple has many striking features. The Kanipakam Vinayaka Devasthanam has the swayam-bhu idol of Lord Vinayaka (Ganesh) and the idol is still growing in size. At present, we can see the knees and the abdomen of the idol Another striking and strange feature …

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