Friday, 21 March 2014

Narayanavanam: Sri Kalyana Venkateswara Swamy Temple Address and Timings

Narayanavanam, the abode of Sri Kalyana Venkateswara Swamy. The temple town is located at a distance of 35KM from Tirupati City, Chittor District, Andhrapradesh. The main deity of Narayanavanam temple is Sri Kalyana Venkateswara Swamy. It is believed that the Lord Sri Venkateswara Swamy married Goddess Sri Padmavathi in this temple town.

The other shrines of Narayanavanam temple complex are  
  • Sri Padmavathi Ammavari(Amman) Templ,
  • Sri Andal Temple,
  • Sri Sita Lakshmana sameta Sri Rama Temple and 
  • Sri Ranganayukula Temple. 
The Narayanavanam temple is under the administrative control of Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams(TTD), Tirupati.

Narayanavanam Temple Timings:

The temple is kept opened all the days in a year from 6:00am onwards to till 8:00pm

For details...  
The Temple Contact Number: 08577-224417


Weekly Sevas/Poojas:
Every friday Abhishekam is being performed to the main deity of the temple. Pilgrims are allowed to participate in the seva. This is an Arjitha(Paid) Seva at a cost of Rs. 5:00 per person.

Annual Festival/Sevas:
The most important festival in the temple is Srivari Annual Brahmotsavam which is being celebrated in the month of Vaishaka(April/May) for a period of 10days. The other annual festivals/rituals are Ugadi, Rathasaptami, Anivara Asthanam and Vaikunta Ekadasi which will be celebrated once in a year in a grand manner.

KalyanaMahotsavam is being performed to the Lord  on the day of Rathotsavam during the annual brahmotsavams once in a year. This is an Arjitha Seva and the cost of the seva is Rs.300. Two persons are allowed on one ticket.

Narayanavanam Temple Route Map:  
Route1: The temple is located at a distance of 35km from tirupati town.
Route2: The temple distance  is 95km from chennai, Tamilnadu.


By Rail: The nearest railway station is Puttur, Chittor District(just 5KM away from temple)
and Tirupati Railway Station.
By Air: The Chennai Airport and Renigunta Airport,near tirupati
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