Venkateswara Temple is a historic point Vaishnavite sanctuary arranged in the slope town of Tirumala at Tirupati in Chittoor locale of Andhra Pradesh, India. The Temple is devoted to Lord Sri Venkateswara, an incarnation of Vishnu, who is accepted to have showed up here to spare humanity from trials and inconveniences of Kali Yuga. Tirupati Balaji sanctuary or Sri Venkateshwara Swami sanctuary is a standout amongst the most celebrated milestones of the world on the slopes of Tirumala in the Chittoor region of Andha Pradesh, India. This is the wealthiest sanctuary on the earth with overpowering commitments and gifts from the general population and the most celebrated traveler goal on the earth drawing in the best number of individuals on any given day.

The Chandragiri Fort:


The Chandragiri Fort and the Raja Mahal Palace worked in the eleventh century are verifiable structures in Chandragiri, Tirupati, in the Indian territory of Andhra Pradesh. Initially worked under the govern of the Yadava Naidus, they went under the control of the Vijayanagara rulers around three centuries later.

ISKCON Tirupati:


Sri Radha Govinda sanctuary in Tirupati, built up under ISKCON, is one of the biggest ISKCON sanctuaries in southern India. As on account of the various ISKCON sanctuaries, ISKCON Tirupati goes for spreading the exploration of Krishna cognizance with the guide of Bhagavad Gita and sorts out different exercises where one can either take an interest or watch, in this manner building up their Vedic information.

Deer Park:


Deer Park is situated towards suburbia of the principle city of Kandaleru, which is known for having expansive number of creatures and beautiful scenes. The most well-known creature that can be seen in the recreation center is deer, which is cordial with the guests. This stop can be effectively gone by while in transit to Tirupati and is additionally known for fluctuated winged creature species.

Talakona Waterfalls:


Talakona Waterfalls is arranged at around 49 km from Tirupati and is viewed as the fundamental access to the Tirumala Hills. The water drops from the tallness of roughly 270 ft, which makes it the most astounding waterfall in the province of Andhra Pradesh.

Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple:


Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple is situated in Tiruchanoor, which is around 5 km from the Tirumala Hills. The principle god of the sanctuary is Goddess Padmavathi, who is accepted to have hitched Lord Venkateswara. This sanctuary was worked amid the rule of Thondaman Chakravarthy and it is trusted that fans should first visit this sanctuary before offering petitions at Sri Venkateswara Temple.

Rock Garden:


Rock Garden or Silathoranam in Tirupati, arranged close Chakra Tirtham, is a characteristic shake development as a curve. The geologists, who had found it accidently, have recognized the stone development as pre-Cambrian. This curve arrangement recommends the artifact of Tirumala Hill, on which it is arranged, to a few million years. This curve development is just a single of its sorts in Asia. Two all the more such shake developments of extraordinary vestige are seen somewhere else on the planet.

Sri Venkateswara National Park:


Sri Venkateswara National Park is arranged in the Eastern Ghats over the Chittoor and Cuddapah regions of Andhra Pradesh. Set up as a national stop in 1989, Sri Venkateswara National Park covers a range of 354 sq km. The national stop is home to a portion of the best waterfalls in the state. The valleys and canyons of this stop are constantly watered by the perfect waterfalls of Talakona, Gundalakona and Gunjana.

Silathoranam Tirupati:


Silathoranam is a characteristic shake development in Tirumala, which is arranged close to the Chakra Theertham. This stone development holds an archeological significance and takes after the hood of a serpent, a plate and a conch. Nearby tenants likewise trust that this stone is committed to the icon of Lord Venkateswara. It really goes back a great many years and is by and large sorted as a pre-Cambrian shake development.