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Tirupati located in the Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh, Tirupati is a temple town that is revered by Hindus. Each year millions of devotees and believers come to the town to pay homage at the Sri Venkateshwara Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. This amazing temple is located on top of the Tirumala Hill, while the town of Tirupati is situated at the foot of the hill. Tirupati is a fascinating town for people, who want to find out more about Hinduism, or those, who want to exercise their religious beliefs. The numerous temples in the town and its vicinity give a tranquil and serene ambience to Tirupati. Waking up to the temple bells and hearing the chanting of the temple priests and devotees can be a rejuvenating experience that can soothe the mind and soul. The town is also famous for its wooden toys, which are made from a type of red wood.

Day 1
Pick up from Airport or Railway Station and proceed to Hotel check in After fresh up will move out for local sightseeing and temples in Tirupati Padmavathi Ammavari temple Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple is one of the most important temples in Tirupati Located at a distance of only 5 km from Tirupati this temple in Tiruchanoor is also known with the name of Alamelu mangapuram Temple or Alamelu mangapuram which denotes the legend associated with Goddess Padmavathi as she is believed to have come on a Golden colour Lotus flower hence the name denoting AlarLotus Mel Top MangaGoddess and Puram villagetown It is said that devotees must visit Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple and seek Goddess blessings before visiting the Lord Venkateshwara Temple of Tirumala Govindraj swami temple One of the most prominent temples of not only Tirupati but entire India Sri Govindaraja Swamy Temple was sanctified in 1130 AD by the revered Saint Ramanujacharya Sri Govindaraja Swamy Temple not only bestowed with immense religious significance it also showcases undeniable architecture excellence If you look into the history of Sri Govindaraja Swamy Temple of Tirupati the legend goes back to the time of Islamic reign in South India When the southern parts of India witnessed Muslim invasion to maintain its safety statue of Lord Govindaraja Swamy deity of Chidambaram was brought to Tirupati which was later brought back once the situation returned to its normalcy However revered Saint Sri Ramanujacharya had a dream where Lord Govindaraja Swamy informed him about his wishes to reside in Tirupati Owing to this when he visited the place he saw in his dream he found the statue of Lord Govindaraja Swamy there It was then he advised the king to build a temple in the same place Kapileswara swami temple Sri Kapileswara Swamy Temple is another important temple of Tirupati dedicated to the Lord Shiva According to legends this temple has been named after great saint Maharishi Kapila who was an ardent devotee of Lord Shiva Pleased with his unwavering devotion Lord Shiva along with Goddess Parvati gave him their divine darshan at this location During the same time a Kapila Lingam appeared out of the Earth It is believed that that Sri Kapileswara Shiva Linga is selfcreated form of Lord Shiva also called as Swayambhu form of Lord Shiva During the same time the sacred lake Sarovara also came into existence in front of the temple According to some legends it is through the opening created through the lake Kapila maharishi arrived on the earth Iscon temple ISKCON International Society for Krishna Consciousness Krishna Temples are located all over the world Although in almost every important city of India there is an ISKCON Temple ISKCON Temple in Tirupati is especially popular Its architecture and location make it is even more attractive to the devotees The idea for this temple germinated in the year of 1974 1975 when his holy Srila Prabhupada visited Tirumala Tirupati on the request of Andhra Pradesh Government Impressed with the spiritual atmosphere of the place and after seeing thousands of devotees visiting every day he saw this Tirupati as an ideal place to promote the teachings of BhagwatGita and Lord Krishna while in turn creating an environment of amity throughout the world
Day 2
The king of all temples lies in Tirupati which is located in the Chittoor District The town is located at the foothills of Tirumala Hills which is home to one of the most ancient and holy temples of India This temple attracts millions of devotees each year and is called Sri Venkateshwara Temple It is claimed that the temple gets more pilgrims than Mecca and Jerusalem Tirupati is about 525 kilometres from Hyderabad and is surrounded by seven panoramic hills which are home to perennial waterfalls lush valleys and verdant forests Besides the Sri Venkateshwara Temple other shrines located in the region include the Sri Govindarajaswamy Temple Sri Kondandaramaswami Temple Sri Kapileswaraswami Temple and the Sri Kalyana Venkateswaraswami Temple Sights seen in Tirumala Varahaswami temple In the divine seven hills of Tirumala located on the banks of Swami Pushkarini is the Sri Varahaswami Temple also known as Sri Bhu Varaha Swamy Temple Standing to the north of Tirupati Balaji Temple this temple also holds immense religious significance It is dedicated to Sri Bhu vara Swamy one of the incarnations of Lord Vishnu a form of the wild boar According to the legend behind the temple when Lord Sri Venkateswara Swamy came down to Earth to the hills Sri Bhu Varaha Swami was residing there According to Hindu scriptures the original name of Tirumala is Adi Varaha Kshetra which means the abode of Sri Varaha Swamy There has been mention of the temple is the Brahma Purana as well According to it Lord Varahaswami who was residing on the hills gave the land of holy seven hills to Lord Venkateshwara Swamy when requested In order to thank him Lord Venkateshwara gave the gift of first darshan and also the first naivedyam to Sri Varahaswami This privilege was given by the lord as a thanks giving gesture Venugopala swami temple Located at KarvetiNagaram Sri Venugopalaswamy Temple is near to Puttur that is 48 km from Tirupati The ancient temple of Sri Venugopala Swamy is the only temple in and around Tirupati which is dedicated to Lord Krishna Lord Krishna has been depicted in his childhood form The Lords idol is with a flute in his hand while it has been placed in front a cow A pot of butter is also kept in front of the Lord as according to legends Lord Krishna in his form of a small kid used to love butter Along the Lords statues statues of his beloved consorts Goddess Rukmini Devi and Goddess Satyabhama Ammavaru are also placed in the main temple The statue of lord Krishna and the goddesses are symbolic of the immense capabilities of the Lord to be omnipresent through the passage of time It also represents how the Lord Krishna is his favourite position with flute and pot of butter at the same time is accompanied by his consorts Akasha ganga Located on the hill of Tirumala near the temple of Sri Venkateswara is a beautiful waterfall which has been there since time immemorial The devotees believe that the water of the cascade flows from the feet of Lord Vishnu The Akasa Ganga waterfalls are considered holy because the water is used for the daily maintenance of the temples and shrines The devotees believe that the waters of the cascade is as holy as the waters of the Ganga and can be seen sprinkling it over their heads as an act to absolve their sins The surroundings around the waterfalls are beautiful and spellbinding There is a walkway leading to the falls and one can find a beautiful idol of Lord Vishnu with Sridevi and Bhudevi on either side All the three idols have a divine glow that attracts passerbys who stop there to offer prayers before proceeding to Akasa Ganga Papavinasanam Located at a distance of 6 km to the north of Tirumala Papavinasam is a popular sightseeing place in Tirupati Papavinasam as the name suggests is believed to eradicate the sins from devotees lives papa means sins while the word vinasam means destroy This place offers an incomparable combination captivating scenic beauty and immense religious connotation According to the legend whoever takes a dip in the holy water of Papavinasam he or she will be redeemed from all the sins they have committed in their lives Hence many devotees visit this place to take the holy dip and revive their lives by getting rid of their past sins
Day 3
Kanipakam village is located in Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh on the banks of Bahuda River This village is famous for its Lord Ganesha temple which is known as Kanipakam Vinayaka Temple According to archaeological and historical evidence the temple was built in the early part of the 11th century CE by King Kulothunga Chola I and was expanded subsequently by the kings of the Vijayanagar Dynasty Local legend claims that the idol of Lord Ganesha housed in the temple grows continuously Another local legend claims that the temple was constructed after a selfmanifested idol of Lord Vinayaka made an appearance in the local well waters Even today the idol is housed in this well and the water in the well is perennial During the rainy season the holy water from the well overflows
Day 4
Srikalahasti is located close to Tirupati on the banks of Swarnamukhi River This town is considered to be one of the important sites for ancient Shiva temple The Srikalahasti Temple is situated between the banks of the river and the foot of the neighboring hills and is also referred to as Dakshina Kailasam The temple has three majestic towers which can leave visitors spellbound with the ornate and beautiful architecture The original temple was constructed during the Pallava Dynasty and the temple that visitors see today was built in the 11th century during the reign of the Chola Dynasty The massive 100pillared mandapam was constructed in the 16th century by Krishnadevaraya

Price Includes:

    • Sightseeing as per the itinerary
    • Breakfast at the hotels mentioned
    • Accommodation on single/double sharing basis
    • All Transfers, excursions & sightseeing as per the itinerary by private vehicle in Standard Package
    • Below 5 Years Child sharing same bed with parents will be Complimentary.
    • Parking and all transport related expense including Driver Services
    • All toll taxes, parking fees, Fuel and driver's allowances
    • Welcome drink on arrival
    • All Transport & Hotels Related Taxes
    • A 24 - hour helpline.
    • Assistance on Arrival.
    • No Hidden Cost

Price Excludes:

    • Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone calls, tips & gratuity, mineral water, soft & hard drinks, porterage
    • Anything not mentioned in the inclusions.
    • GST
    • Additional sightseeing or extra usage of vehicle, other than mentioned in the itinerary
    • Entrance Fees & Guide charges
    • Any cost arising due to natural calamities like, landslides, road blockage, political disturbances (strikes), etc (to be borne by the client, who is directly payable on the spot)
    • Any increase in Airlines taxes or fuel price at the time of departure, leading to increase in cost on surface transportation & land arrangements, which may come into effect prior to departure
    • Still camera/ video camera charger
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    • Wild Ass Sanctuary entrance fees is on direct payment
    • Porter age at hotels and airports, tips, insurance, laundry, liquors, wine.
    • Any increase in taxes or fuel leading to an increase in surface transportation.
    • Any hike in fuel cost by State / Central Govt., the package cost will change accordingly.

Important Terms:

    • Rates are not valid for peak Festive season i.e. New Year, Diwali, Pushkar fair etc.
    • Rates are based on Hotels Subject to Availability at the time of making Reservation. In case of unavailability in mentioned hotels, alternate accommodation will be arranged in a similar category hotel.
    • Rates are subject to change if there is any Fair & Festival, Major conference, events in travel destination
    • Early check in / late checks out is subject to availability of rooms.
    • Cancellation charges would be as per the company policy.
    • Vehicle confirmed will be as per Itinerary and not at disposal. AC will work only in the plains and will be switched off during hill drives.
    • All sightseeing mentioned is subject to weather conditions, political conditions & traffic conditions in the destination.
    • Any sightseeing missed due to natural calamities / weather conditions is non-refundable.
    • All entrances fees will be on direct payment basis as per Itinerary
    • It is not advisable to travel in night, if necessary supplement charge applicable

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