4 Must Visit Temples in Tirupati

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Lord Venkateshwara Temple

This magnanimous temple is dedicated to Lord Venkateshwara, an avatar of Lord Vishnu. The temple is flocked by ardent devotees who try their best to get a glimpse of the Lord residing in the inner sanctum. Known by many names including Tirumala Temple, Tirupati Balaji Temple and Tirupati temple, this abode of the Gods is a place where you will find inner peace and calm.

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ISKON 

A familiar name to tourists across the globe, ISKON has established itself in many parts of India. Spreading Krishna consciousness in Tirupati, the ISKON temple offers a space to introspect and lose yourself in devotion. Apart from its religious significance, the temple has a glorious architecture with spacious courtyards and intricate pillars lining the temple walls.

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 Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple

This temple is dedicated to the Goddess Padmavathi - the goddess of wealth and prosperity. Built in the Dravadian Style, the temple is a glorious monument which will definitely make you gasp in awe. It is believed that the goddess had emerged on a golden lotus of thousand petals and the temple stands as a testament to her divine powers.

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 Govindaraja Swamy Temple

One of the oldest temples of Tirupati, Shi  Govindaraja Swamy Temple was built by Saint Ramanujacharya in 1130 AD. This expansive temple houses one of the largest temple complexes in Chittoor district. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the temple is one of the most revered temples in all of you Tirupati and is bustling with devotees throughout the year.