A Glimpse At Some Rare Pictures Of Tirupati And Tirumala


Today, over 40 million people visit the Tirumala temple each year and one can expect to wait up to 5 hours in the queue before having a Darshan of the main Balaji deity for a few moments. In ancient literature, Tirupati is mentioned as Aadhi Varaha Kshetra. The Puranas, associate the area with Lord Varaha, one of the Dashavataras of Lord Vishnu. Venkatadri is believed to be a part of Mount Meru, brought to the earth from Vishnu’s abode of Vaikunta by his mount Garuda. The seven peaks represent the seven heads of Adisesha. Tirumala is also one of the 108 Divya desams.

Let us take a glance at the sacred pictures of Tirumala…

1) The Vimana

Rare Pics of tirupati2) Mahadvara Gopura

Rare Pics of tirupati3) Alipiri Gopura

Rare Pics of tirupati4) Bommala Gopuram

Rare Pics of tirupati5) Pratima Mantapa

Rare Pics of tirupati6) Krishna in Yamunat turai

Rare Pics of tirupati7) Padma Nidhi

Rare Pics of tirupati8) Pratima Mantapa (View from Inside)

Rare Pics of tirupati9) Sannidhi Street

Rare Pics of tirupati10) View Of The Hills From Tirupathi

Rare Pics of tirupati11) People Climbing The Steps

Rare Pics of tirupati12) Love of God is greater than any burden that you are carrying

Rare Pics of tirupati13) God Filled Street

Rare Pics of tirupati14) An Aerial View

Rare Pics of tirupati15) The Lone Warrior

Rare Pics of tirupati16) The Chariot

Rare Pics of tirupati17) Almighty is Everything

Rare Pics of tirupati18) The Sacred Gods

Rare Pics of tirupati19) Ocean of devotees assembled during the Brahmotsavam festival in Tirumala.

Rare Pics of tirupati20) Britishers paying a visit to the temple to perform pooja for Lord Venkateshwara.

Rare Pics of tirupati