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Sri Krishna Swamy Temple, (Alagiyaperumal Shrine),Tiruchanoor
This is the earliest of the shrines found inside the compound of Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple at Tiruchanoor. Alagiyaperumal or Krishna swamy installed in this shrine is the presiding deity.

Historical evidences reveal that this deity and temple came to existence by 1221 AD. A devotee by name Pokkiran spent his own money and leveled a piece of land and made it cultivatable and he gave it to the shrine and its servants agreed to conduct the Panguni festival for the Deity. The principal image is that of Aligiyaperumal or Krishna Swamy seated in the centre. He sits in padmasana with his both hands in the varada pose and resting on knees. At right side to him is another deity stated to be Balarama, the other two images are of Krishna in Kaliya mardana pose and Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy.

This shrine is found inside the compound of Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple at Tiruchanoor to the south of the shrine of Alagiyaperumal or Krishna Swamy temple. This shrine came into existence sometime in the 16th century. Inside the sanctum in the centre is the idol of Sri Varadaraja Swamy flanked by Sridevi and Bhudevi on His either side. The Annual Avatharotsavams of this shrine will be held every year in the month of July for three days.
The one of its kind Lord Sri Suryanarayana Swamy temple is located opposite to Padma Saraovaram-the temple tank of Sri Padmavathi Ammavaru temple in Tiruchanoor, about 5km from Tirupati.

The presiding deity of Lord Sri Suryanarayana Swamy in this ancient temple is believed to have been installed by none other than Lord Sri Venkateswara Himself as a token of His worship to the Sun God.

According to temple legend, after Goddess Lakshmi left Vaikuntha notwithstanding the ignominious gesture of Sage Bhrigu who hit Lord Mahavishnu on his chest, which happens to be Her dwelling place, Lord also left Vaikuntha in search of Her. He happened to meet Goddess Padmavathi Devi and wished to marry her for which he required lot of wealth. For “Lakshmi Kataksham” he offered penance for twelve long years worshipping Lord Surya, the eternal power which is responsible for birth and growth of the entire humanity and fulfillment of aspirations. Lord Surya appeared before Lord Sri Maha Vishnu and granted His wish and hence this place is also called “Bhaskara Kshetram”.

Venkatachala Mahatyam states that Lord Suryanarayana was instrumental in blossoming of the Golden Lotus in full splendor from where Goddess Padmavathi emerged from Padma Sarovaram.

As a mark of tribute to Sun God, Lord Mahavishnu in His incarnation as Lord Venkateswara constructed a temple and consecrated a fine black stone statue of Lord Suryanarayana, located 20feet towards the east on the bank of Padma Sarovara and to the north of Sri Alarmelmanga Tayar sannidhi in Sukapuri, the legendary name of present Tiruchanur.

All the rituals in this temple are as per vaikhanasa agama tenets.

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The Prasanna Venkateswara Swamy temple is located at a distance of about 16km, from Tirupati. This temple has its uniqueness with the presence of the presiding deity of Lord Sri Prasanna Venkateswara Swamy in 'Abhaya Hasta Posture’, which is considered the ultimate blessing posture. The Lord's blissful posture is pleasant and rewarding for a devotee who wants to divulge deep into the Swami's realms.

Significance of Prasanna Venkateswara Swamy Temple
This is the place where the Lord Venkateswara Swamy graced the conglomeration of Sri Siddeshwara and other sages on the occasion of his marriage. As the temple was the place for the Lord's union with his consort Sri Padmavathi Ammavaru, here he is considered the most pleasant and granting. The pilgrims believe that a glimpse of this Lord will fulfill wish since the Lord is in Abhaya Hasta posture. Another important feature of this ancient temple is the presence of Lord Vayu –wind God who liberates devotees suffering from chronic diseases.

The temple was constructed by the King of Karvetinagaram, Sri Venkata Perumalaraju Brahmadeva Maharaj in the year 1232AD and consists shrine of Lord Anjaneya Swamy located opposite to the temple. The temple also contains idols of Goddess Padmavathi and Smt Andal Devi within the temple.

This temple was taken over by TTD in the year 1988 and all the rituals are as per the tenets of Vaikhanasa Agama.

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Temple Timings: 5:45 AM to 8:00 PM

1) Archana & Harathi - Rs. 5-00
2) Abhishekam (on Friday) - Rs. 30-00 per person
3) Kalyanotsavam - Rs.300-00 per person
(every month on Sravana Nakshathram day)

Daily Sevas:

Name of the Seva Timings
Suprabatham 5:45 AM to 6:15 AM
Thomalaseva 6:45 AM to 7:30 AM
Archana 8:00 AM to 10:30 AM
Sarvadarshanam 6:15 AM to 6:45 AM
11:00 AM to 5:30 PM
6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Night Bell 5:30 PM to 6:00 PM
Break ( Sudhi) 7:30 PM to 7:45 PM
Ekantha Seva 7:45 PM to 8:00 PM

Weekly Sevas:

Day Name of the Seva Timings 
Friday Abhishekam 7:00 AM TO 8:00 AM
8:00 AM TO 8:30 AM
Saturday Unjala Seva 5:30 AM TO 6:30 AM

Monthly Sevas:

Day Name of the Seva Timings 
Sravana Nakshatram (Every Month) Kalyanotsavam 11:00 AM to 12.30 PM

This historical temple was constructed by Sri Thondaman Chakravarthy, king of “Thondamandalam” and elder brother of Goddess Padmavathi Devi.

The significance of this ancient temple is that the Structure of the sanctum sanctorum of the temple is like “Ananda Nilayam” of Tirumala Temple. This temple is located about 30km from Tirupati and 6km from Sri Kalahasti.

According to temple legend, Thondaman Chakravarthy used to go to Tirumala frequently to worship Lord Venkateswara Swamy. As years passed by, due to his age he was unable to reach Tirumala and prayed Lord His for darshan. Moved by his devotion, Lord Venkateswara blessed him and granted a boon and appeared in his house along with Sridevi and Bhudevi.

Tondaman Chakravarthy constructed a temple for the Lord and His two consorts here and paid his tributes everyday till his last breath. The Moolavarlu of this temple will be in sitting posture.

This temple was taken over by TTD in the year 2008 and all the kainkaryams are as per the tenets of Pancharatra Agama.

Temple Timings:
06:00 AM to 12:30 PM and from 04:00 PM to 07:30 PM
Archana & Harathi - Rs.5-00
Sridevi Bhudevi Sametha Venkateswara SwamyTemple, Thondamanadu is under Balalayam. Reconstruction work is under progress.

In the early 19th Century, ardent devotees of Lord Sri Balanagu Lachanna along with some village representatives gathered a small piece of land and installed the idol of Lord Venkateswara.

As it was installed by Balanagu Lacchanna, the presiding deity is known as Sri Bala Venkateswara Swamy. Later, Balanagu Lachanna thought that Lord Venkateswara Swamy should not be kept alone and hence the idols of Sri Padmavathi Ammavaru and Sri Govindaraja Swamy Varu were installed. All the Kainkaryamas and rituals of the temple are conducted as per Pancharathra Agama. TTD has taken over this temple in the year 2000.

situated 20 KM from the National highway-215 (Vijayawada to Calcutta) at Pithapuram Municipality entrance and adjacent to Pada Gaya Kshethram in East Godavari District.

Temple Timings :
05:30 AM to 12:00 Noon and from 05:00 PM to 08:00 PM

Sevas :
Archana & Harathi - Rs. 5.00
Abhishekam - Rs.30.00

Sri Padmavathi Sametha Venkateswara Swamy Temple, Pithapuram is under Balalayam. Reconstruction work is to be taken up.