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Sri Varahaswami Temple, Tirupati

Sri Varahaswami Temple is a famous Hindu shrine in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh. This temple is dedicated to Sri Varahaswami, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The almighty is depicted here in Adi Varaha form i.e. the head of a boar and the body of a human. This temple stands amid the pristine hills of Tirumala and has to be visited to complete the visit to Tirumala.

 

It Is Known For:-
1) Sri Varahaswami Temple is known for its architecture and carvings. It is built in the Dravidian style of architecture and houses amazing serpentine carvings on the inner walls of the shrine
2) This temple has a great religious significance. A pilgrim has to pay the visit to Sri Varahaswami Temple after visiting Sri Tirupati Temple to complete the visit
3) Before performing the prayers in front of the presiding deity Sri Varahaswami, one has to take a bath in the holy waters of the river Pushkarini

 

Best Time To Visit:-
Sri Varahaswami Temple is a well-known Hindu shrine and can be visited throughout the year. The devotees flock to the temple on a large scale each day. The best time to pay a visit to this temple is considered during the festive season. The shrine is decorated beautifully and welcomes various pilgrims. The notable festivals celebrated here are Sri Narayana Jayanti, Sri Varahaswami Jayanti etc. The temple opens daily at 5 am for the holy darshanam.

 

Reaching There:-
Sri Varahaswami Temple is located to the north of Tirupati Temple. Since these both shrines are renowned in the region, they have a well-established network of the roadways and railways. The service of the local transit like the bus and taxi etc. is available for reaching the temple.

 

Nearest Railway Station- Tirupati Railway Station
Nearest Airport- Tirupati Airport

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