Morning meet with our representative and drive for Tirupati via K R Puram, Hoskote, Kolar, Mulbagal, Palamaner and Chitoor. Upon reaching at the pilgrimage city of Tirupati transfer to the hotel. The city is dedicated to the Lord Venkateswara and the famous Temple of the Lord Venkateswara is located about 20 km north west of the town in the Tirumala hills. The Temple is located at an elevation of 853 mt. Tirupati is among the most important pilgrimage centers in the World, the Temple draws millions of pilgrims and is the busiest pilgrimage center in India and world. This holy city has several temples and is a major economic and educational hub in the southern region of the state Tamilnadu. Lord Vishnu is worshiped in the Temple as per Vaikhanasa traditions. The ancient texts of the sage Marichi state that Lord Vishnu here should be worshipped six times a day. 1-UshaKala Aradhana — worship should start and finish before sunrise. 2- Prathakala Aradhana — worship should start after sunrise and finish before noon. 3- Madhyanika Aradhana — worship should start and finish at noon. 4- Aparahana Aradhana — worship should start when the sun starts to descend. 5-SandhyaKala Aradhana — worship should start and finish around the sunset. 6- Ardharatri Aradhana — worship should start after the horizon is completely dark. After fresh-n-up one can participate in the evening visit pooja darshan at Balaji Temple. Overnight stay at hotel.
An early morning participate in the morning aarti darshan visiting seegra darshan at the Temple, after darshan we will visit the Tiruchanur Temple, which is the abode of Shri Padmavathi who was the consort of Lord Balaji. Later proceed to visit Sri Kalyana Venkateswaraswami Temple at Srinivasa Mangapuram also visit Kapila Theertham, a Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva with beautiful waterfalls in the background. Overnight stay at hotel.
After breakfast leave for Bangalore.