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Hyderabad to Tirupathi Tour Package By Car

There are many ways to travel from Hyderabad ​to Tirupati. This includes travel by cabs, flight, bus, train, But Hiring a Taxi from JKR Cabs from Hyderabad to Tirupati will avail much more Benefits by Seeing more Tourist Places and Famous Historic Temple in Way to Tirupati.

Hire JKR Cabs from Hyderabad to Tirupati and Visit all Below Listed Places. 

Alampur Jogulamba Temple,Shaktipeeth

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The heritage site of Alampur located in Mahabubnagar district of Telangana is home to the Navabrahma temples and famous Jogulamba Temple.Jogulamba Temple, considered one of the 18 Shaktipeetas in India attracts thousands of visitors each day. Alampur is considered historically as an important centre of the Chalukyas. Goddess Jogulamba is seen her as Shakti in her “Roudra avatar”. Alampur is also the site where the historical Sangameshwara temple was relocated after its submergence by the backwaters of Srisailam dam.

Mahanandi, Andhra Pradesh

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Mahanandi is one of the Nava Nandis. The Mahanandiswara Swamy Temple, an important shrine, is located here. This ancient temple dates back over 1,500 years. It is believed that the temple was constructed in the 7th century by the Chalukyas and several more additions were done during the Nanda Dynasty in the 10th century and by the Vijayanagara kings in the 15th and 16th centuries. The gopuram of the temple stands over the sanctum sanctorum and is constructed in the Badami Chalukyan architectural style.

The temple houses a Linga made from rough uncut rocks, with two sockets. Here the Linga is seen just above the earth`s surface without the three Peethams underneath. There is a massive Nandi bull in front of the temple and this is the reason the temple is called Mahanandi Tirtha. Close to the main shrine is another shrine dedicated to the Goddess. The Srichakra, in front of the deity, is said to have been installed by Adisankara himself.

Vontimitta, Andhra Pradesh

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It is famous for the Kodanda Ramaswamy Temple, which was built by the Chola and Vijayanagara kings.  The images of Rama, Lakshmana and Sita are carved on a single piece of  rock.

Splendid architecturally, it boasts of a towering gateway, a large beautiful sculptured Mandapam with exquisitely carved pillars, an inner chamber and the sanctum. Apart from architecturally gate-way, the large and beautifully sculpted mandapam with 32 pillars called the Madhya Ranga Mandapamleading to inner chamber and sanctum is of a great architectural interest.

It is also said that Bommera Pothana author of Sree Madandra Bhagavatam hails from this place.

Few temples in the country can rival it for the sheer magnificence and beauty of its intricate carvings and fineness of finishing.  In fact, the well-known French-traveler, Tavernier, described the Temple as one of the grandest pagodas in the whole of India.

According to the legend, Rama, Lakshmana and Sita spent some time here in the forest during the period of their exile.  Once to quench the thirst of Sita, Rama shot an arrow deep into the earth, upon which sweet water gushed out.  Later, with this perennial water spring, two small tanks named Ramathirtham and Lakshmanathirtham were formed.

Tirumala, Andhra Pradesh

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Venkateswara Temple is a Hindu temple situated in the hill town of Tirumala at Tirupati in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh, India. The Temple is dedicated to Venkateswara, a form of Vishnu, who is believed to have appeared here to save mankind from trials and troubles of Kali Yuga. Hence the place has also got the name Kaliyuga Vaikuntha and the Lord here is referred to as Kaliyuga Prathyaksha Daivam. The temple is also known by other names like Tirumala Temple, Tirupati Temple, Tirupati Balaji Temple. Venkateswara is known by many other names: Balaji, Govinda, and Srinivasa. The temple is run by body Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) which is under direct control of Andhra Pradesh Government. The head of TTD is appointed by Andhra Pradesh Government. The revenue from this shrine is used by Andhra Pradesh government.

Kapila Theertham, Andhra Pradesh

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This is a unique waterfall where the water of mountain streams drop from a height of over 100 feet into a large pond in the temple premises. It is one of the must visit tourist places in Tirupati and a major pilgrimage site in Tirupati city.

Kapila Theertham temple is the only Shiva temple in the vicinity of Tirupati. It is also said to be one of the 108 sacred teerthas (springs) on Tirumala hills. The Siva lingam here is made of brass. A huge stone statue of a seated bull Nandhi, greets devotees at the entrance to the temple.

According to legend, Saint Kapila Maharishi was said to have lived here, worshipped and meditated in the cave in front of the idol of Lord Shiva, hence the placed is named after the saint as Kapila Theertham. Lord Shiva is said to have blessed Sage Kapila with a vision of himself and his consort. This temple received very good support from the Kings of Vijayanagara between 13th and 16th centuries, especially from Krishna Devaraya.

Kanipakam , Andhra Pradesh

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​Kanipakam is a village and pilgrimage center located in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. Famous for the Varasiddhi Vinayaka Temple (Kanipakam Temple), Kanipakam is one of the top Andhra Pradesh places to visit. This is one of the ideal weekend getaways near Bangalore & Chennai for a day trip and a major pilgrimage site in Andhra Pradesh.

This village lies close to Karnataka & Tamil Nadu border on the banks of Bahuda River. The temple was constructed in the 11th century by Chola king Kulothunga Chola I and was expanded further in 1336 by Vijayanagara Kings. Kanipakam temple is a rare temple with a self-manifestation (swayambhu) idol of Lord Ganesha.

The striking feature of the idol is that it is still growing in size. According to a legend, there were three handicapped brothers, Dumb, Deaf and Blind. They were farmers and used to draw water for farming from a well nearby. One day the well got dried and they could no longer continue cultivation. One of them got into the well and started digging it up. He was shocked to see blood coming out of the well. Within in a few seconds the entire water turned red. All the three became normal getting rid of their deformities. As soon as the villagers came to know about this miracle, they thronged to the well and tried to deepen the well further. They found swayambhu idol (the self-manifested) of Lord Vinayaka emerging from the swirling waters.

Golden Temple, Sripuram, Chennai

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Located in Tirumalaikodi, the golden temple complex of Sripuram is not just a temple but more of a spiritual park. Dedicated to Sri Lakshmi Narayani, the temple’s Vimanam and Ardha Mandapam are covered in pure gold. The architecture of this temple is one of its kind, for great care has been taken to minutely carve out it intricate details and designs. Highly trained artisans specializing in temple art were allocated for this project. Each and every detail was created manually, including conversion of gold foils from gold chunks, which were then mounted on copper. One of the interesting facts about this temple is that each of the details used for designing the temple art has some significance from the Vedas.