Tirupati temple is situated in the southern state of Andhra
Pradesh in India. The temple has a large number of devotees coming
from all over the world. The people offer large sums of money every
day, making the temple the richest in the world. The money that is
collected is used for charity work. People's belief in Lord
Venkateshwara (the deity of the temple) is very strong.
religious pilgrims, Tirupati also attracts vacationers. The green
surroundings on the Tirumala Mountains are breath viewing. The
satisfying weather will make your trip worth remembering. Tirupati is
also exceptional for its natural-occurring stone mid-foot that's
nearly twenty five feet prolonged, which is merely three of the
geological features in the world. Whenever you travel here, you have
to abide by the divine guidelines while going to Sri Varahaswami
temple. Do try going in the mid weather as the summers are pretty
severe with sizzling and moisture. The winters are quite
Chennai is a metropolitan city located only 144 kilometers
away from Tirupati. The shortest route from Chennai to Tirupati is
through Thiruthani. The average travelling distance is between 2
hours 30 minutes to 3 hours 30 minutes from Chennai. To commute to
Tirupati the commonest mean of transport like Taxi, buses and flights
are available. Chennai
Tirupati Offer Package tour is also offered by travel agencies
for people who look for food and travel that also on standard price.
Package tours are ideal for groups and families as the rate is very
economical compared to the taxi rates.
Package tours are arranged
so conveniently that travelers can be back in Chennai on the same
day. Online booking also has made Chennai
to Tirupati Package Travelling alot easier. Sapthagiri Express,
Chennai-Tirupati Express, Chennai-Tirupati Intercity Express are a
few names of the trains that commute daily. Driving your own car or
booking a taxi is also optional but it will cost a lot. For Chennai
Tirupati package Tour, you can find them in the local newspaper
and internet classifieds.
Chennai is very distinctive from the
other states of India, cause of its blend of old and new. The
historical monuments, heritage sites, temples, parks and beaches, all
blend together in this metropolitan city. Chennai is known for its
temples therefore, a tour to this holy town is must. If you come in
the summers, after the darshan of your deity you can go to the beach
and refresh your self. The Marina beach, which also happens to be the
world's second largest beach, Cove long beach and Eliot beach are
ideal retreats to escape the humid and hot weather.
For a little
history class in Mahabharata, Mahabalipuram or Mamallapuram (named
after a great Pallava king who took on the epithet-maha-malla, a
great wrestler) is classified by UNESCO as a world heritage spot.
With its temples and monuments portraying events that happened in
Mahabharata should be seen. For vacationers close to the
Mamallapuram, the Crocodile Research and Breeding Center is situated.
The various species of alligators and crocodiles are breed in
custody. To complete your tour visit Kanchipuram for the popular
Golden Triangle in the Coromandel Coast.