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History of Hathiram Baba Mutt

Hathiram Bhavaji popularly known as Hathiram Baba, was a saint from North India, who visited Tirumala around 15th Century on a pilgrimage. After visiting Tirumala, he became a great devotee of Lord Venkateshwara and settled in Tirumala by setting up an ashram. This ashram was named as Hathiram Baba Mutt and well taken care by TTD even now. Hathiram Bhavaji and Lord Venkateshwara had…

Guest Houses in Tirumala

Tirumala is one of the famous holy places in India where you can see lakhs of people waiting to visit Lord Balaji. For the convenience of pilgrims, there are several cottages and guest house built across the widely spread area. Our previous blogs would have given you an overview of prestigious cottages available in Tirumala. Today, we will talk about…

How to Reach Kalyana Venkateshwara Swamy Temple, Srinivasa Mangapuram from Tirumala?

Sri Kalyana Venkateshwara Swamy temple is a very famous and a pretty ancient temple located in Srinivasa Mangapuram, maintained by Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams since 1967. This temple is considered to be sacred, next to Tirumala. Therefore, pilgrims who cannot get darshan of Lord Venkateswara can visit this temple and fulfill their wishes. Significance of Sri Kalyana Venkateshwara Swamy Temple The…

List of Cottages available in Tirumala

Tirumala is a wonderful and powerful pilgrimage where Lord Venkateshwara lives in the hearts of millions of people worldwide. Tirumala’s environment and climate are always moderate, leaving the pilgrims with peace of mind on worshiping God. It is not a one-day process of darshan to see God in Tirumala. Moreover, you have several important and auspicious places to visit in…

Sevas in Tirumala

The term “Seva” is a Sanskrit word meaning “The Act of Selfless Service”, and the Hindu spiritual practice sanctifies it as one of the best ways to achieve enlightenment. In Tirumala Venkateshwara Temple, a variety of Sevas in Tirumala is performed on a daily, weekly, or yearly basis by the priests. While some Seva’s are open to the public, the…