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Sri Kalyana Venkateswaraswami Temple

This is a beautiiful temple and a seat for the Vaishnavite in the hill city of Tirumalai in the Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh. The temple is dedicated to Sri Venkatehswara, a form of Lord Vishnu who is said to have had appeared over here to save the people from the bad effect of Kaliyuga. The temple is thus also known as the kaliyuga Vaikuntham. The other names of the temple are Tirumala Temple, Tirupathi Temple and Tirupathi Balaji Temple. The Seshachalam Hills known for the presence of the seven heads of the huge snake named Adishesha is a place of natural beauty overlooking the temple. The temple itself lies on the seventh and last peak formed out of the head of the snake. The Pushkarini holy tank is also situated just on the side. The temple is in the Dravidian Architecture and is the richest temple in the whole world. This is mainly due to the amount of donations it recieves every year.
At a distance of 12 km from Tirupati, 3 km from Chandragiri & 29 km from Tirumala Tirupati Temple of Lord Venkateswara, Srinivasa Mangapuram is famous for Sri Kalyana Venkateswara Swami Temple. This is one of the important temples near Tirupati town and is located towards Chandragiri town. It is one of the must visit Tirupati TemplesThe ancient temple at this site was discovered by some devotees in 1540 CE. The present form of the temple came into existence by the relentless efforts of Chinna Thirumalaiyya, the grandson of Annamacharya. According to legend, Lord Venkateswara stayed here after his marriage with Sri Padmavati Devi. Once the marriage ceremony got over, Venkateswara paid a visit to the holy ashram of sage Agasthya located near the banks of the river Swarnamukhi in Chandragiri Hills. It is believed that sage Agasthya requested them to stay in his ashram for six months. Later, the location where the Lord stayed with his bride became a holy shrine and acquired the name, Sri Kalyana Venkateswara Swamy Temple.This ancient temple which is under the control of Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) is maintained by Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams since 1967 and utsavams and rituals in this temple are being performed since 1981. Today, Sri Kalyana Venkateswara Swamy temple is considered as of the sacred temples of Venkateswara. Those who are unable to make it to Tirumala can have darshan of Lord Sri Kalyana Venkateswara Swamy to fulfill their wish. Sri Rama Temple, Sri Ranganayaka Temple, Sri Padmavathi and Sri Andal Temple are other shrines in this complex. Devotees can also find small shrines including Sri Sakti Vinayaka Swami, Sri Veerabhadra Swami, Sri Avanakshamma, Sri Parasareswara Swami and Sri Agastheeswara Swami.This temple carries significance for newlywed couples who offer prayers first in this temple just after their wedding. It is also said that individuals having trouble getting into wedlock can pray here and get rid of troubles. Kalyanotsavam to the Lord is performed here every day. Devotees get rid of their troubles by attending this ritual.Annual Brahmotsavam and Shakshatkara Vaibhavam are major festivals celebrated here.Kalyanotsavam Timing: 11 AM - 12 PM (Daily).Timings: 5.30 AM to 7.30 PM