Tirupati Hotels, Hotels in Tirupati

Tirupati is one of the most ancient and sacred pilgrimage places in India visited by the tourists from India as well as abroad. Tirupati is located near Srikalahasti in the state of Andra Pradesh. The name Tirupati implies the 'Lord of Lakshmi' as is given to the village on the Venkat hill, the dwelling of Lord Venkateswara. However, Tirupati is the town and transport hub at the bottom of the hill. The hill adjacent to the temple is called 'Tirumala' or the 'sacred hill'. The 'Tirupati temple' is said to be the most crowded one in the world, surpassing even Rome, Jerusalem, and Mecca in the number of pilgrims visiting it every year. The tradition unique to this temple is the sacrifice of the hairs and shaving of head done on the fulfilment of a wish.

The accommodation options in Tirupati Hotels are aplenty to offer a wide choice to the tourists from Budget Hotels in Tirupati to 5 Star Luxury Tirupati Hotels. The Hotels in Tirupati offer you luxury and comforts making you feel at home even if you are away from your home. The Hotels in Tirupati are convenient enough especially economic looking to the savings done in accommodation by the tourists. The Tirupati hotels range from three star hotels to budget hotels in Tirupati.

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Ramee Hotel Guestline

Ramee Hotel Guestline

Rooms From: Rs.1162
Type: 3 Star Hotels in Tirupati

Bhima's Deluxe Hotel

Bhima's Deluxe Hotel

Rooms From: Rs.1474
Type: 2 Star Hotels in Tirupati

Bliss Hotel

Bliss Hotel

Rooms From: Rs.1863
Type: 3 Star Hotels in Tirupati

PLR Grand Hotel

Hotel PLR Grand

Rooms From: Rs.911
Type: 2 Star Hotels in Tirupati

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About Tirupati

Tirupati is one of the greatest Hindu pilgrimage centres in India. Although popularly known as Tirupati, the real name is Tirumala - Tirupati - Devasthanam. Every year Hindu pilgrims from India and abrod visit this centre. Devotees believe that their desire will be fulfilled by the grace of god. Although itis located in the Southern Andhra Pradesh, it is better to go to Tirupati via Chennai. Tirupati has regular air,road & railway link with Chennai, even one may avail packaged tour to Tirupati from Chennai & return on the same day.

During Satyayug (according to hindu mythology, 4 ages-Satya, Treta, Drapar & Kaliyuga) the place was called Rishavadri, in Treta Anjanachal, in Dwapar Sheshachal & in Kaliyuga Venkatagiri, Le, the cluster of 7 hills in Chittur district, known as Sheshachal or Venkatachal. Legend says that these 7 hills are the heads of Snake God Adidesha, who is used as the bed of Lord Vishnu. Tirumalai is one of these 7 hills. On top of the hill is Balaji Temple shaded by mango and sandal trees. The area of the town surrounding the temple is 4 Sq km and the altitude is 860 m. Surroundings are covered by hill of red stone. Railway station and bus terminus are very close to each other in Tirupati East. Adjoining is the TIO Bus Stand & buses are available round the clock. The buses leave along 4 km plain road and 18 km hilly road for the temple on top of the hill. A ticket is valid for 3 days, inclusive of return journey available in TIO buses. Share jeeps & taxis are also available for journey to the temple. It is a hilly road, there are frequent sharp curves and 5 7 hair pin bends. There is another road used by pilgrims on foot. The road starts from Alipodi 4 km to the north of bus stand or rly stn and entire stretch that leads to the temple at the top is shaded. Autos & buses ply between bus stand, rly stn to AlipidL Luggage rooms are available for keeping the luggage of passengers. Many pilgrims however reach temple on foot covering a hilly road of 14.5 km in order to earn blessings of god. There are two temples on walking route namely Nrisingha Temple & Ramanujacharya Temple. Hearsay is that without offering puja at Nrisingha Temple, Tirupati darshan is incomplete.

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