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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 Venkateswara 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 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.

Tiruchanoor, is one of the oldest pilgrim towns located 5km away from Tirupati, is abode of Goddess Sri Padmavati Devi, the beloved consort of Lord Venkateswara. This pilgrim centre is popularly known as “Alarmelmangapuram” (Alar-Lotus, Mel-top, Manga-Goddess, Puram-town) or Alimelumangapuram. According to temple legend as Goddess Mahalakshmi emerged on the golden lotus as Padmavati Devi located at the centre of Padmasarovaram-the temple tank, this place became famous by the name “Alarmelmangapuram”.
Pilgrims pave visit to Padmavati and seek Her divine during their pilgrimage.

Srikalahasti Temple is situated in Srikalahasti town, in Andhra Pradesh state, India. It’s one of South India’s most popular Shiva temples. Sri Kalahasteeswara Swami temple, 36 km from Tirupati, is renowned for its Vayu linga, one of the wind-representing Panchabhoota Sthalams. The temple is also considered kshetra Rahu-Ketu and Kasi Dakshina. The name Sri Kalahasti derives from the three unlikely but ardent devotees who sacrificed their life for Lord Shiva-‘ Sri ‘ for a Spider, ‘ Kala ‘ for ‘Serpent,  and  Hasti for  Elephant. Each of the above has been engaged in their own ways with Shiva Pooja. The Elephant (Hasti) used to bring the water from the nearby river to Abhishek the Lord’s Linga. To safeguard it from the natural components, the Spider (Sri) used to weave its powerful threads around the Linga. At this moment, Serpent (Kala) used to decorate the Shiva Linga with his beloved stone (Naga Manikyam). Once they crossed their routes, these three occurred.

Tour Itinerary: – Trivandrum-Tirupati-Padmavati-Sri Kalahasti
Package Cost: 15000 per person on double sharing
Duration of the package: (02 Nights / 03 Days)

Day 01:- Arrive Tirupati International Airport.
Arrive Tirupati and transfer to hotel at Tirupati. Check-in to hotel. O/N in hotel. Tirupati.

Day 02:- In the morning around 07:30 hrs Post breakfast proceed to visit Tirumala for darshan of Lord Venketeswara. After Darshan, return to Hotel for lunch (at own). In the evening check out and proceed to Sri Kalahasti Temple and after Darshan. Return to Hotel for dinner. O/N in Hotel.Tirupati.

Day 03:- Depart for Airport.
After B/f, departure to airport

(Tour Ends)


  • Road transfers, as per the itinerary, by AC Car.
  • 02 Night stay in AC Rooms in Tirupati Hotel.
  • Seeghra Darshan Tickets of Lord Balaji at Tirumala
  • Normal darshan tickets of Sri Kalahasti Temple.
  • All applicable taxes.

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