Narayanavanam is a census town in Chittoor district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is the mandal base camp of Narayanavanam mandal in Chittoor income division. The town is known for Kalyana Venkateswara Temple devoted to Lord Venkateswara and was built in the year 1541 AD. Narayanavanam is situated at 13.42°N 79.58°E. It has a normal height of 122 meters 400 feet. Narayanavanam is only 35 km far from Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, India and 95 km far from Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. It is only 5 km far from Puttur, the purpose of takeoff for transports to the sanctuary town Narayanavanam. From Narayanavanam you can go to Kailasa Kona Falls.
Starting at 2011 India census,5 Narayanavanam had a populace of 37,041. Guys constitute half of the populace and females half. Narayanavanam has a normal education rate of 64%, lower than the national normal of 74%: male proficiency is 72%, and female proficiency is 56%. In Narayanavanam, 11% of the populace is under 6 years old. Telugu is the official dialect of the town.