Weekend Trip to Tirupathi From Bangalore

Tirupati is considered one of the holiest Hindu pilgrimage sites because of Tirumala Venkateswara Temple,and other temples in and around the city. But among these, Sri Tiruchanoor Alamelu Mangapuram temple needs to be compulsorily visited and paid homage, as the Tirupati Darshan gains total fruition only through the blessings from Goddess Padmavathi.
With this package get the darshan of Lord Venkateshwara as per the right protocol.

Package Includes

  • Accommodation

  • Food

  • Cab

  • Sthalapuranam

Itinerary Temples

  • Sri Kalyana Venkateswara Swamy Temple
  • Sri Agastheshwara Temple
  • Vakula Matha Temple
  • Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple
  • Govindaraja Swamy Temple
  • Sri Kodandaramaswamy Temple
  • Iskcon Sri Radha Govinda Temple
  • Kapila Theertham
  • Sri Varahaswamy Temple and Hayagreevar temple
  • Tirupathi Balaji Temple.

Full Itinerary

Sri Kalyana Venkateswara Swamy Temple
  • Sri Kalyana Venkateswara swamy Temple is an ancient Hindu Vaishnavite temple located at Srinivasamangapuram.
  • As the name indicates it carries great significance for newly married couples, who are forbidden by tradition to visit the mountain-top Tirupati temple.
  • The kalyana ‘kaappu’ which marriage seeking devotees tie on their hand, is believed to lead to the ideal life-partner.
  • Among the premier focus of the Sri Kalyana Venkateswara Swamy temple is the "Kalyana Utsavam" every day. The location of the temple is blessed with the presence of Lord Venkateswara and his wife for six months after their marriage. Being present at this blissful location during the Kalyana Utsav time, can alleviate any hindrance that stops a devotee from finding a great life partner. The act of participating "Kalyana Utsavam” is also proven to remove any existing problems in a married life.

Sri Agastheshwara Temple
  • Sri Agastheshwara Temple is an ancient pristine temple, having shiva as the main idol.
  • Lord Sri Venkatewara stayed here for some time after he get married to Sri Padmavathi.This place is called Mukkoti.
  • According to the Purana, this temple was conceived at the direct instructions of Lord shiva given to sage Sri Agasthya. Hence the temple derived its name 'Sri Agastheshwara Temple.
  • According to devotees, having a Sri Agastheshwara Darshan can remove many earthly worries and troubles.

Vakula Matha Temple
  • Vakula Devi is the foster mother of Lord Venkateswara.
  • As per the legend of Tirumala, it dates back to Dvapara Yuga when Yasoda, the foster mother of Lord Krishna (avatar of Lord Vishnu) complains to him that she couldn't witness any of his marriages. To this, Lord Krishna replies he would ensure she would get such opportunity later in Kali Yuga.In Kali Yuga, Lord Vishnu adorns the world as Lord Venkateswara and Yasoda reborn as Vakula Devi as foster mother of Lord Venkateswara to arrange marriage with Padmavati the daughter of King Akasa Raja. Thus Vakula Devi fulfill her wish to witness kalyanam (wedding) of Lord Venkateswara.
  • Vakula Devi, in the life of Lord Venkateswara best exemplifies mother-son relationship and as a symbol of motherly love.
  • As per the wishes of Vakula maata(mother), this temple was constructed in such a way that visage of maata faces the Seven Hills, where her son Lord Venkateswara resides.
  • Love and affection of mother-son so evident as naivedyam ('bhogh' in Hindi) first offered to mother and only later, to Lord Venkateswara at Tirumala.

Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple
  • Alamelu mangapuram(tiruchanoor) is the Home of Goddess Sri Padmavati Devi.
  • Goddess Lakshmi is the main deity of the Alamelu manga Temple,consort of Lord Venkateshwara.
  • It is believed that the Goddess Lakshmi was born as Alamelu to Akasha Raja, the ruler of this region, and wed Venkateshwara of Tirupati.
  • Goddess Lakshmi gave darshan to Lord Venkateswara on a red Lotus flower (Padma in Sanskrit) at Alamelu mangapuram after his deep penance for twelve years.
  • The festivals are Navarathri Festival(Dasara),Kartheeka Brahmotsavam,Float festaival,Vasanthotsavam,Rathasapthami.

Govindaraja Swamy Temple
  • Sri Govindaraja Swamy Temple is one of the substantial sub temples associated with Sri Venkateswara Swamy Tirupati.
  • Govindaraja swamy occupies a resting position, after counting the volume of money he has received from Sri Kubera.
  • Sri Govindaraja Swamy is the elder brother of Swamy Venkateswara, who accomplished the ever-magnificent marriage between Venkateswara Swamy and Padmavathi Ammavaru. The Govindaraja Swamy was the caretaker of massive wealth being obtained from king Kubera for conducting the marriage. He efficiently utilized this wealth to conduct one of the most glorious marriages in the history. Hence Govindaraja Swamy is considered to be the god who helps you elevate your wealth and efficiently manage the wealth acquired.
  • Sri Govindaraja Swamy is bestowed with the ability to remove of obstacles for the accumulation of wealth.
  • On every Saturday festival there is an onrush of visitors seeking blessings to gain health and immediate wealth.

Sri Kodandaramaswamy Temple
  • Sri Kodandaramaswamy Temple is one of the famous temples, after Tirumala Venkateswara Temple, in the holy city of Tirupati.
  • The temple is dedicated to Lord Rama an incarnation of Vishnu.
  • The temple also has a sub-shrine for Anjaneya the mount of Lord Sri Rama.
  • According to Varaha Purana, during Treta Yugam, Lord Sri Rama resided here along with Sita Devi and Lakshmana on his return from Lankapuri.
  • Rama Navami will be celebrated with major grandeur at this temple which includes Hanumantha Vahana Seva in connection with Sri Rama Navami day, followed by Sri Sita Rama Kalyanam on dasami, Sri Rama Pattabhisheka Mahotsavam on ekadasi.

ISKCON Sri Radha Govinda Temple
  • ISKCON Tirupati is situated at the foot hills of Tirumala, the abode of lord Balaji.
  • Srila Prabhupada made a visit to Tirupati-Tirumala as a special guest of the Government of Andhra Pradesh.
  • He then suggested the idea of reviving and spreading the ideals of the Bhagavad-Gita through an ISKCON temple in Tirupati.
  • The initial temple complex was developed as the beautiful ‘Archa Vigraha' for Sri Sri Radha Govinda.
  • Another important aspect of the Tirupati ISKCON temple is its Goshala, which is home to the retired cows and oxen.

Kapila Theertham
  • Kapila Theertham is a famous Saivite Temple and Theertham.
  • The idol is believed to be installed by Kapila Muni and hence Lord Siva here is referred to as Kapileswara.
  • According to Temple Legend Kapila Muni had performed penance to Lord Siva at this place and blissed with the Muni's devotion, Lord Siva and Parvathi presented themselves. The Lingam is believed to be self-manifested.
  • Kapila muni is believed to emerged from the Bilam(Cavity) in the Pushkarini(Theertham) on to the earth.
  • During 'Kartika' month on the occasion of its "mukkoti" on the 'Purnima' (full moon) day, all the teerthas situated in the three world's merge into this Kapila Teertham at noon for ten 'Ghatikas'(one ghatika is equivalent to 24 minutes).
  • It is believed that persons bathing in it at that auspicious time will attain salvation from the cycle of birth and death ('Brahmaloka). Moreover, those who have never offered Pindam (thidhi or thadhhina) to their departed ancestor souls can do it here and wash off your sins for non performance of it in past.

Sri Varahaswamy temple and Hayagreevar Temple
  • Sri Varahaswami Temple is located on the banks of Pushkarini River,Dedicated to Lord Vishnu in his Varaha incarnation.
  • According to legend, Lord Venkateswara had to take permission from Sri Adi Varaha Swami to stay in Tirumala, which was originally Adi Varaha Kshetra (the home of Sri Adi Varaha Swami). Hence, it is imperative to visit this temple and offer 'naivedyam' here before you make your visit to the famous Venkateswara Temple.
  • Hayagreeva temple is at walkable distance from main temple.
  • Hayagriva is also considered an horse-headed avatar of Vishnu.
  • He is worshipped as the God of knowledge and wisdom, with a human body and a horse's head, brilliant white in color, with white garments and seated on a white lotus.

Tirupathi Balaji Temple
  • This temple is considered one of the eight Sywayambu Kshetras of Vishnu where presiding deity is believed to have manifested on its own.
  • The temple is classified as one of the “108 Divyadesam”.
  • According to the Brahmanda and Bhavishyottara Puranas, the word "Venkata" means "destroyer of sins".
  • The main stone deity of Lord Venkateswara is called Dhruva Beram.
  • The deity is about 8 feet (2.4 m) from the toes to the top of the crown and is considered the main source of energy for the temple.
  • More than 50,000 to 100,000 pilgrims will have Darshan of presiding deity, Lord Venkateswara, while on special occasions and festivals,the number of pilgrims visiting the temple shoots up to 500,000, making it the most-visited holy place in the world.
  • Tirumala Sri Venkateswara Temple is a paradise of Festivals where over 433 festivals are being observed in 365 days of a year suiting the title "Nitya Kalyanamza Paccha Toranam" where every day is a festival.
  • The world famous "Tirupati Laddu" is given at Tirumala Temple as prasadam.
  • Many devotees have their head tonsured as "Mokku", an offering to God. The daily amount of hair collected is over a ton.
  • It is believed that Srinivasa had to make arrangements for his wedding. Lord Kubera credited money to Lord Venkateswara for his marriage with Padmavathi.
  • Devotees go to Tirupati to donate money in Venkateswara's hundi (donation pot) so that he can pay it back to Kubera. The hundi collections go as high as 22.5 million INR a day.
  • In the Thulabaram ritual, a devotee sits on a pan of a weighing balance and the other pan is filled with materials greater than the weight of the devotee.
  • Breakfast for 2 persons.
  • Transportation in AC Etios/Dzire cabs.
  • Hotel accommodation based on type of package (standard/deluxe/premium) chosen. The price mentioned in this package is for family of two members sharing a single room. For extra person, please place a separate request with us.
  • Room type is Standard A/C Room in 2 star hotel.
  • Toll charges and driver's allowance.
  • Upon booking confirmation, the sthalapuranam of temples mentioned in the itinerary will be sent through email.
  • No extra charges for one child below the age of five.
  • Package does not include lunch and dinner.
  • The pickup and drop point information will be provided to the customer before booking. It is customer's responsibility to reach the pickup point of the trip at specified time. On request basis, GoSthala will arrange pickup from customers place of choice at any applicable nominal charges.
  • All other expenses (temple entry ticket charges, parking charges, etc.) that are not specified in the package inclusions.
  • Any loss/expenses incurred by unforeseen circumstances e.g. flight delays/cancellations, road blockages, vehicle breakdown, strikes, etc.
  • Expense of personal nature such as laundry, etc.
  • Any applicable service tax charges.
  • Transportation provided will be as per itinerary only (not at disposal).
  • The package price is indicative and based on seasonal demands the price is subject to change and will be informed prior booking.
  • The package does not include guide services where not mentioned. Guide services can be availed from us at an additional cost.
  • Payment method as follows: 25% payment on confirmation; 50% payment before starting the trip; Balance payment before end of the trip.
  • 15% of package cost will be charged as penalty on canceling, 31 or more days before departure.
  • 35% of package cost will be charged as penalty on cancellation between 22 to 30 days before departure.
  • 50% of package cost will be charged as penalty on cancellation between 15 to 21 days before departure.
  • 100% of package cost will be charged as penalty on cancelling, 15 days before departure.
Standard Package

Starting from

₹ 9,359

2D & 1N
(Per 2 persons sharing a single room) Add people.choose hotel etc.,

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