About Tirupathi

Tirupati is a Vibrant Pilgrim town located in Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh,dramatically sited at the foot of bluff red sand stone that marks the Tirumala Hills. It has closed link to two metros i.e., Chennai and Bangalore at a distance of 150 KMs & 258 KMs. Tirupati town itself is focused on the Govindaraja swamy temple (16-17th Century) with the streets of town laid on the East- West axis, with the temple at the centre and surrounded by Sri Padmavathi Temple, Tiruchanoor, Sri Kodanda Ramaswamy Temple and RamaChandra Koneru, Kapilatheeratham, Agastheeswara Temple at Thondavada (Mukkoti), Srinivasa Mangapuram. Tirupati, foothill town of Tirumala hills and the abode of Lord Venkateswara, a pilgrim place is visited by over 180 lakh devotees annually. Municipal Corporation spread over an area of 24.00 sq.km with 20 Revenue Wards and 50 Election wards with 42 Poor slums. 
The best introduction that you can give to Tirupati is that it is the 'Abode of Lord Venkateswara'. Located in Andhra Pradesh, this temple town attracts devotees from all over. Needless to say, it is the Lord Venkateswara Temple, more commonly the Tirupati Balaji Temple, which has served as its most popular attraction. The lush green beauty surrounding the temple, situated atop the Tirumala Hill, only serves to add to its reverence. However, apart from the sacred shrine, there are a number of othertourist attractions in Tirupati that engage visitors' interest. In the following lines, wewill provide you with information about the places to see in Tirupati


 Tirupati is Also centre for business point, as there are many villages near by it and they come to town Tirupati for any purchases, you can find information about Tirupati Stores, Tirupati Shopping Malls, Tirupati any business related activities