Venkateswara Temple is a landmark Vaishnavite temple situated in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh, India. The Temple is dedicated to Lord Sri Venkateswara, an incarnation of Vishnu, who is believed to have appeared right here to store mankind from trials and troubles of Kali Yuga. Hence the place has also were given the name Kaliyuga Vaikuntham and the Lord here is known as Kaliyuga Prathyaksha Daivam. The temple is likewise regarded by using other names like Tirumala Temple, Tirupati Temple, Tirupati Balaji Temple.
Lord Venkateswara is thought by many different names: Balaji, Govinda, and Srinivasa. Tirumala Hills are a part of Seshachalam Hills range. The hills are 853 metres above sea level. The Hills accommodates seven peaks, representing the seven heads of Adisesha. The temple lies at the 7th height -Venkatadri, on the southern banks of Sri Swami Pushkarini, a holy water tank. Hence the temple is likewise referred to as "Temple of Seven Hills". Tirumala town covers approximately 10.33 sq.mi in area. The Temple is constructed in Dravidian architecture and is thought to be built over a period of time beginning from 300 AD. The Garbagriha is called Ananda Nilayam.