Tirumala Srivari Padalu Timings and Distance

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SriVari Padalu also called Tirupada is situated at the peak point of Narayangiri. It is believed that Lord Venkateswara Swamy descended on the earth to set his feet on one of the seven hills  “Narayangiri” from Vaikuntam. Narayanagiri is the highest of all Tirumala hills. Srivari Padalu is situated near Silathoranam where Lord Narayana has passed through this place once. Harsh weather conditions already led to little damage to the relic Srivari Padalu. To avoid further complications, Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams took steps to protect  Lord Venkateswara’s footprints in a glass frame so that pilgrims cannot touch the footprints directly. 

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Tirumala Srivari Padalu Timings and Distance

The distance from Tirumala Bus station to Srivari Padalu is 4km and the distance from Srivari Temple to Srivari Padalu is 5km.  The Timings for visiting Srivari Padalu are from 6 AM to 6 PM. To ensure safety, pilgrims or private vehicles are not allowed post 6 PM as wild animals might wander hereTo view the divine sight of Tirumala, Pilgrims have to climb 300 steps to reach Tirupadam. Since it is located in a deep forest area, a rare wild species of squirrel called the great Indian Malabar Squirrel can be found all over the walkway to SriVari Padalu.

Sri Vari Padalu is in close vicinity of SriVari Temple. In order to get a complete view of Tirumala, Srivari Padalu is a must-visit destination. On the route, you will see beautiful tall trees. One can find themselves in a serene environment which makes this the best place to relax. The main temple can be seen from here. It is a perfect backdrop for photoshoots. The Location is amazing covered with dense forests and tall trees. Especially in winter, it is so chilly with fog which makes the scenery even more beautiful, similar to the Ooty environment.

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