Why Is Tirupati Famous For Lord Vishnu’s Temple?

A One day Tirupati tour package from Chennai consists of lunch, breakfast, prasadham, and special darshan tickets which are offered by our Balaji Travels at affordable prices. Tirupati is one of the most famous religious places in India where the sanctuary of Lord Vishnu is located. The temple is known as Tirumala Tirupati where Lord Vishnu takes the epitome of Lord Venkateshwara. Venkatadri is one of the seven significant hills in Tirupati where the temple is situated. Devotees call Lord Vishnu as Govinda, Balaji, and Srinivasa.

Tirupati is visited by an enormous number of devotees(1.5lakh) every day and this gets increased on special occasions like Diwali which means Tirupati has been visited by almost 4 to 5 crore worshippers annually. 

Mythology:

Most devotees choose a wide variety of Chennai to Tirupati Car Packages to gain peacefulness at the Tirupati temple. It is believed that Lord Kubera has offered a huge amount to Lord Venkateshwara after his wedding with Padmavathi. So, Lord Vishnu’s debt is paid back by his devotees by the deposition of money in the hundi at the sanctuary of Tirupati.

History Of The Temple:

Tirupati was under the rule of the Vijayanagara emperor which is how the temple grew famous. The worshippers believe that the temple received valuable stones and gold from the rulers. The temple was gold-plated by the order of king Krishnadevaraya and Raghoji Bonsle started administering the system and took care of the management a few years later. 

Popular Hills:

There are seven popular hills called Saptagiri in Tirupati where Vishnu was given the name from these hills. The names of the hills include Garudadri, Neeladri, Narayanadri, Anjadri, Vrushabadri, and Venkatadri.

The Reason For Tonsuring Hair At Tirupati:

People believe that Lord Vishnu’s head became tonsured when a shepherd had hit him. So, Neela Devi offered her hair when she saw that Lord Vishnu had tonsured his hair. People believe that Neela Devi receives the hair happily which is offered by Lord Venkateshwara’s worshippers.

Thus, most people book rental cars on Tirupati Travel Packages from Chennai to have an entertaining journey with security.

Don’t leave Tirupathi before you visit these powerful temples

The heritage of India is vast and Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam is very popular in India. It is located in Andhra Pradesh and the Dravidian style architecture fascinates every tourist who comes to pay a visit to the sacred temples in South India. A visit to this temple will be memorable for everyone and most of us can’t really forget the mad rush, continuous chanting, secured premises, idols, and sculptures with detailed work and the divine surroundings. So we all know how marvelous Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam is and it’s good to know what other famous and powerful temples are in and around the location to make your next trip worthwhile. I have enquired with several cars travels companies about the Tirupati tour package from Chennai and not every travel agency has this on their travel agenda. So, make sure you are signing up with a travel company that shows every important temple at a reasonable charge.

Sri Kalahasthi temple

Whenever you are planning to visit Tirupati, plan your schedule accordingly so that you never miss out to visit the most powerful and sacred Lord Shiva’s stalam – Sri Kalahasthi temple. It is just an hour’s distance from Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam and is commonly known as “Pancha bhootha stalam” and it represents one of the five nature elements’ – wind.

Padmavathi Temple

It’s customary to first stop at Goddess Lakshmi’s sacred and very fascinating Padmavathi Temple. As per the Puranas, Goddess Lakshmi wedded Lord Venkateshwara in Kali Yugam and it’s believed that it’s one of the reasons why the temple is at a very close distance. Padma Sarovaram is a large lake where Goddess Lakshmi appeared in front of Lord Venkateshwara on a lotus flower. And it’s considered divine to take a bath in this lake with complete devotion. 

Sri Kalyana Venkateswara Swamy Temple

Also notable as Srinivasa Managapuram, the Sri Kalyana Venkateswara Swamy Temple is a renowned temple of religious and national importance. The story of this temple is absolutely impressive, as it is believed that the Lord Venkateshwara incarnated at this stalam to instill harmony in kali yuga. With the yagam hosted by devoted sages, the Lord Venkateshwara is said to have blessed this holy temple.

If you are a first-timer or had troubles on your own drive in your earlier experience then It’s best recommended to opt for car travels who knows the place in and out of Tirupati. Also, check out the Chennai to Tirupati Car Packages well in advance to plan your holy trip!