Tirumala is an enumeration town in Chittoor area of the Indian province of Andhra Pradesh. The town is a piece of Tirupati Urban Development Authority and situated in Tirupati rustic mandal of Tirupati income division. It is a slope town where Tirumala Venkateswara Temple is found, which is the dwelling place Lord Venkateswara. Tirumala is found 3,200 feet 980 m above ocean level and covers a region of roughly 10.33 square miles 26.8 km2.
Encompassing the slopes are seven pinnacles of Seshachalam go, Eastern Ghats to be specific Seshadri, Neeladri, Garudadri, Anjanadri, Vrushabadri, Narayanadri and Venkatadri. The sanctuary of Sri Venkateswara is on the seventh pinnacle Venkatadri. At 21 km point on the Tirupati – Tirumala Ghat Street, there is a noteworthy irregularity of stratigraphic criticalness that speaks to a time of astounding tranquility in the topographical history of the Earth. This is alluded to as Eparchaean Unconformity. This Unconformity isolates the Proterozoic Nagari Quartazite and Archean stone speaking to a period hole of 800 Ma.
In 2001, the Geological Survey of IndiaGSI announced the Eparchaean Unconformity to be one of the 26 "Topographical Monuments of India". Tirumala has a tropical wet and Dry atmosphere assigned Aw under the Koppen atmosphere order. As the slope place of worship is arranged in the midst of the slopes, the temperature will go beneath 10 degrees in winter. Contrasted with Tirupati, summer won't be much here. The South-west Monsoon season begins from June, however rains won't be heavier. Sporadically, Thunderstorm frames and pours for a considerable length of time.