Another prominent visitor puts in Tirupati is Silathoranam, a characteristic shake development, with colossal archeological essentialness alongside religious significance. Close to the Chakra Teertham Silathoranam is at a separation of just 1 km from the acclaimed Tirupathi Temple. The stone arrangement is called as Silathoranam, which is Telugu Language implies as shake Sila and curve.
There have been numerous perspectives in regards to its shape. Logically, this development of rocks is related with outrageous climatic changes and erosions. This wonder is thought to be extremely uncommon and named as 'eparchean unconformity', signifying uncommon land blame. As indicated by another view, this uncommon shake arrangement of Silathoranam has been cut out of a quartzite.