Tirumala is one of Tirupati’s seven hills, where the main temple is located. Lord Venkateshwara is said to have taken the form of an idol in this temple, which houses the god Govinda.
The temple of 7 hills is another name for the temple, which covers 26 kilometers and attracts nearly 50,000 pilgrims every day.
Sri Venkateshwara Temple is Tirupati’s most revered and celebrated temple, with tourists and pilgrims flocking there all year.
Akasaganga Teertham is a waterfall in Tirupati that is 3 kilometers from the main temple. The waterfall has water flowing all year and is extremely religiously significant.
Swami Pushkarini Lake is almost next to the Sri Venkateshwara Temple. According to legend, Lord Vishnu owned the lake, which was located in Vaikuntha.
This is a natural rock formation that is one of just three of its sorts in the world.
The development of Srock is also tied to beliefs concerning lord Venkateshwara’s idol.
ISKCON Tirupati was thus founded in 1982 to resurrect Lord Krishna’s messages. It is thought to be the only way to bring about global peace and harmony.