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36 Kms(distance from our hotel)

Narayanavanam is a small town about 22 kms. South east of Tirupati. A shrine dedicated to Kalyana Venkateswara is located here. Puranas and legend claim that Lord Venkateswara married Padmavathi Devi, the daughter of Akasa Raja, at this hallowed place and that to commemorate this great even, Akasa Raja build the Temple. 


59 Kms(distance from our hotel)

The sacred temple dedicated to Lord Veda Narayanaswamy is situated here. Nagalapuram is about 65 kms. South east of Tirupati. However, its centre of attraction is the temple of Sri vedanarayana swamy which is a fine specimen of the vijayanagar style. The sanctum sanctorum houses an image of the Matsyavatara from Vishnu accompanied by Sridevi and Bhoodevi on either side. Sun worship is an important aspect at this temple. Every year in the month of March the rays of the sun pass through the Gopuram entrance for three days and fall on the idol in the sanctum and this is considered as an act of adoration by the Sun. The temple constructed by Sri Krishna Devaraya, the Vijayanagar emperor at the behest of his mother.


15 Kms(distance from our hotel)

This Shrine for Lord Siva is located at about three kilometers from tirupati Railway station. As Kapila Maharshi installed the Sivalinga here, the deity is called Kapileswara and the tirtham is known as kapilatirtham.


47 Kms(distance from our hotel)

Karvetinagaram is near Puttur at a distance of 58 kilometres from Tirupati. The temple hereis dedicated tp Lord venugopla swamy with Rukmini and Satyabhama. This was maintained by the Narayanavanam rulers in the olden days. It also houses a shrine with monolithic idols of Sita, Rama, Lakshmana and Anjaneya. 

Golden Temple

116 Kms(distance from our hotel)

Sripuram The Golden Temple was built in a short span of 7 years. It was inaugurated on August 24, 2007. The consecration ceremony was witnessed by thousands of devotees. Since then, the temple has attracted hundreds of thousands of devotees; often breaching the 1 lakh mark on special occasions. The temple has also changed the face of Thiruamalaikodi village and the nearby town - Vellore. In the coming years, the temple envisages to create a positive influence on the society and ultimately bring about a change.