Master Vishnu is directing divinity here as Sri Venkateswara Swamy. The temple was developed by the Mylaam Zamindars in nineteenth century. The self-showed symbol of Sri Venkateswara Swamy was uncovered by a holy person named Dwaraka and thus, the temple is called Dwaraka Tirumala
. This place is additionally called Chinna Tirupati. The statue of the master is noticeable over the midsection and the lower divide is envisioned to be in the earth. The heavenly feet are said to be offered to Bali Chakrathi in Patala loka for his day by day revere.
The full size icon of Lord Venkateswara remaining at the back of the principle symbol is said to have been introduced by the colossal social reformer Ramanujacharya in eleventh century. These two icons are situated in a similar sanctum sanctorum which is a remarkable component of this sanctuary. The symbols of Goddess Padmavathi and Nanchari are introduced in the Arthamandapa.