Padmavathi Temple is the sanctuary committed to Goddess Padmavathi or Alamelumanga, the associate of Lord Venkateswara. The Temple is arranged in Tiruchanur, Andhra Pradesh, India. The Temple is being controlled by Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams. It is trusted that the Goddess Lakshmi was conceived as Alamelu to Akasha Raja, the leader of this area, and marry Venkateshwara of Tirupati. Goddess Lakshmi offered darshan to Lord Venkateswara on a red Lotus blossom at Alamelu mangapuram after his profound repentance for a long time.
As indicated by convention, the Mother Goddess showed Herself in the heavenly Pushkarini called Padmasaroam in a brilliant lotus. The Venkatachala Mahatyam states that Lord Suryanarayana was instrumental in blooming of the lotus in full wonder. A sanctuary devoted to Lord Suryanarayana is arranged on the eastern side of the Pushkarini. The Padma Purana gives a striking portrayal of the approach of the Goddess and resulting wedding with Lord Srinivasa. The sign of Sri Padmavathi Devi happened in the long stretch of Karthika on Sukla Paksha Panchami when the star Uttarashada in the ascendent.
The Brahmotsavam of the Goddess is praised with all ceremony and magnificence to honor the promising event of Her avatara. Padmavathi or Alamelumanga is the principle god of the sanctuary. Padmavathi is the manifestation of goddess Lakshmi and is partner of Lord Venkateswara. The god is looking towards east. Padmasaroam is the Temple tank of Sri Padmavathi Temple. It is trusted that Goddess Padmavathi showed in this Tank in brilliant Lotus bloom on 'Sukla Paksha Panchami' day in the Kartheeka masam.