Sri Govindaraja Swami Temple is one of the critical sanctuaries in Tirupati, situated in the core of the city. It is a standout amongst other spots to visit in Tirupati city. This renowned temple in Tirupathi is a striking accomplishment of the antiquated south Indian engineering. It has a noteworthy external gopura and an internal gopura. The internal most gopura is the soonest one, dating from the fourteenth century and has carvings that portray scenes from Ramayana and Lord Krishna's life.
The place of worship toward the north is Sri Govindaraja and the holy place toward the south is Sri Parthasarathi Lord Krishna. The temple has two principle hallowed places devoted to Lord Vishnu and Lord Krishna. The symbols of Rukmini and Satyabhama are likewise found here.