Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple

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Temple Address
Sannidhi St, Tiruchanur, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh 517503
Temple overview

The Alamelu Mangapuram temple is located at a relatively close distance of 5 KM from Tirupati. The temple is dedicated to Sri Venkateswara Swamy’s Goddess Padmavathi, the consort. Here the goddess prevails at the glory of being united with Sri Venkateswara Swamy in the attire of marriage. This temple is also reflected in the Hindu tradition’s importance of femininity. It is also a love shrine between the Mahavishnu Lord and Lakshmi Goddess. Tirupati’s temple city is renowned for its many temples and architecture that is convincing. But among these, the Sri Tiruchanoor Alamelu Mangapuram temple requires to be visited and paid homage compulsorily, as the Tirupati Darshan only gains complete fruition through Goddess Padmavathi’s blessings.

Temple History

Once Maharshi Bhrigu went to visit Lord Vishnu in Vaikunth. The Maharshi entered the Vaikunth at the moment, sounding asleep was the Lord Mahavishnu. The Maharshi took this as a direct insult and, with a kick to Lord Vishnu’s chest, avenged this self-assumed offense. The awakened Lord Mahavishnu graciously acknowledged his fault and subsequently paid Maharishi adequate homage. But to the whole affair, the Goddess Lakshmi was a silent spectator. Unable to bear the burden of witnessing Lord Vishnu’s abuse at the hands of Maharshi Bhrigu, Goddess Lakshmi stepped out of Vaikunth, seeking penance in a humble place on Earth near the river Swarnamukhi.

After 12 years of difficult tapas, during the last fortnight of Kartika month, she appeared from the Golden Lotus on the 13th year on Panchami day. The bright Uttarashadha Nakshatra shone toward the earth at this moment. Here the Lakshmi Goddess was reincarnated as a Divine Child, capturing King Akashraja who came here as a daughter and naming her as Sri Padmavathi after the Lotus.

Address: Sannidhi St, Tiruchanur, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh 517503.

How To Reach Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple

By Road: Tirumala has direct bus facilities in every 2 minutes from Tirupati with a bus frequency. It also has Chennai, Bengaluru and Vellore direct busses. Paid taxis and private bus operators are also traveling to Tirupati from neighboring towns like Chennai, Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam, and Bangalore.

By Train: Tirumala has no railway station of its own. Tirupati, which is about 26 km from Tirumala, is the closest railway station. Tirupati railway station is a significant railway station and has five platforms and an escalator. It is well-linked throughout India to significant towns.

The Alamelu Mangapuram temple also participates in the nationwide celebration of good over evil during the Navarathri Festival (Dussehra).You can witness significant festivities at Alamelu Mangapuram throughout the year. Some of them are renowned festivals of Devi while others are unique occasions devoted to the temple of Purna of Alamelu Mangapuram.

Temple Timings
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5:00 am - 9:00 pm
5:00 am - 9:00 pm
5:00 am - 9:00 pm
5:00 am - 9:00 pm
5:00 am - 9:00 pm

Temple Timing