About Tirupati Balaji
Tirupati Balaji sanctuary or Sri Venkateshwara Swami sanctuary is a standout amongst the most well known points of interest of the world on the slopes of Tirumala in the Chittoor area of Andhra Pradesh, India. This is the wealthiest sanctuary on the earth with overpowering commitments and gifts from the general population and the most popular pioneer goal on the earth drawing in the best number of individuals on any given day.
History of Tirupati Balaji
Tirupati Balaji sanctuary is brilliantly depicted by the Hindu sacred texts as the natural area where Lord Vishnu dwells in the time of Kali. The Tirupati Balaji or Shree Venkateshwara Swami sanctuary is a standout amongst the most critical points of interest of the Hindu folklore, holding a great position in the Chittoor area of Andhra Pradesh. Tirupati Balaji was constructed and overhauled in parts by different kingdoms. The engravings in the sanctuary were found in Sanskrit, Telugu, Tamil and Kannada dialects which determine the commitments of the Pallava Kingdom around the ninth century AD, Chola Kingdom around the tenth century AD and the Vijayanagara Empire in the fourteenth century AD.During the fifteenth century, Sri Tallapaka Annamacharya sung numerous tunes in acclaim of the heavenly town in Telugu. He contrasted it with be divine, including the stones, streams, trees, creatures, and includes that it is paradise the earth. One case of such a tune is.
Tirupati Balaji, Lord Venkateswara is one of the wealthiest in the sanctuaries of the world. He is considered as the ‘Kaliyug Avatar’ of Lord Vishnu of the Hindu trinity Gods. Tirupati is situated at the foot of the slopes of Eastern Ghats in Chittoor locale of Andhra Pradesh, southern territory of India. The genuine sanctuary of Tirupati Balaji is over the slopes, especially seven slopes and the place is called Tirumala. On the off chance that you watch the Lord and his adornments, beautification, you would be flabbergasted and pulled in to it instantly.
How to reach temple and timing
There are regular flights from other major cities of the country to Tirupati. Tirupati is well connected to other major cities of the country via regular trains.
Monday to Thursday 2.30 am to 1.30 am
Saturday to Sunday 2.30 am to 1.30 am
Friday 2.30 am to 10.30 pm