Shri Balaji Temple also well-known as Sri Venkateshwara Temple close to Narayanpura Village in Pune has been constructed via ‘Venky’s Chicken Company or the Sri Venkateshwara Hatcheries. That’s the cause people also often call it Venky’s Balaji. Built with marble and black stone, the principle temple and different smaller ones are artfully constructed. The temple is nicely maintained, however at some stage in monsoons, the parking adjoining to the temple can be a bit muddy.
A pink-carpeted course leads to the entrance of the temple complicated. While coming into the temple, the traffic are required to deposit their cameras in addition to mobiles to a chosen counter. Somewhat winding, a smooth route leads to the main temple where devotees can pray and input for darshan. The drive to the temple is fun via the Bangalore toll road and en-course there is an extended tunnel stretching 1.5 km, that’s a top notch experience for the children too. Generally, the temple is by no means too crowded.