If you are at Tirumala you should plan to visit some other beautiful places. It will take minimum 4-5 hours, if you use engage a cab.

10 Places To Visit In Tirumala:

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1. Nitya Pushkarini

Swami Pushkarini Lake is located just beside of Sri Venkateswara Temple that has religious significance. This is also considered to be the holy lake of Vaikuntha, where Lord Vishnu used to take bath with his wife. Garuda is believed to have brought the theertha and water at this site. The holy water tank at this place is associated with cleansing all the evils and sins of the people.

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2. Sri Aadhi Varahaswami Temple

As per puranas, after receiving a blow on his head, Srinivasa wandered one day in search of herbs. On the way he met a Svetavaraha and each began to wonder who the other was. Ultimately they came to an agreement. Varaha, who was already there on the west bank of the Pushkarini. Varaha who was already there on the west bank of the Pushkarini, agreed to give Sinivasa 100 padas of space to live on and to shared with him milk, honey and syamaka food. He also detailed a lady named Vakula to attend upon Srinivasa. This Vakula was Yasoda in the previous life. Once Yasoda told Krishna replied that she would see in the Kaliyuga. Yasoda was re-born as Vakula and attended upon the Lord as she did when he was Krishna.

The Puranas state that Varaha was on Seshachala earlier than Sri Venkateswara. The place is called Varahakshetra. Sri Venkateswara and Bramha stipulated that this god should be seen earlier than Sri Venkateswara.

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3. Sri Bedi Anjaneyaswami Temple

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4. Sri Anjaneyaswami Temple (Near to srivenkateswara temple)

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5. Venu gopala swamy temple

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6. Akasha ganga

The spiritual waterfall is believed to be falling directly from heaven. It is approx 3 kms away from the main temple. Akash ganga’s water is utilized for Shree Balaji’s Bathing, that is the prime usage of water. It is also used for the abhishekham of Shree Balaji.

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7. Papa vinasanam

It is in the north 5 kms away from tirumala temple, it is another must visit place in tirupati to clean your sins. It is surrounded by beautiful hills, many tributaries from the hills meets the reservoir (Papa Vinashanam). To preserve the divineness TTD has developed a dam to maintain the flow of reservoir.

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8. Sila thoranam (Great Geological Arch)

It is located 1km away in the north. It says the story of lord’s transformation into rock. It is very unique and mysterious place to be visited in Tirupati. No buses towards Shila Thoranam. You need to go by foot or by private vehicle. It is located at a 20 minute walk able distance from varahswami temple.

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9. Sreevari padalu

As per the ancient Hindu mythology, it is believed that 'shreevari padalu' is a place where "Shree Balaji" placed his feets for the first time. The foot prints acknowledging the same can be seen at the top of Narayanagiri hill. Charismatic Tirumala temple is visible from the hill.

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10. Gogarbha dam

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