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Description of Puttaparthi:-
It is residence of Puttaparthi Sri Satya SaiBaba. An important tourist attraction of Ananthapur district, Puttaparthi is surrounded by the arid and rocky hills bordering Karnataka. There are several tourist attractions in Puttaparthi .The most often-visited place in the ashram of Satya Sai Baba is the museum, which is located on the nearby hillock. The museum contains models of various temple structures including the Golden Temple of Amritsar, the Mecca mosque, etc. The museum also depicts the story of Satya Sai Baba, right from his birth to the time he attained 'Nirvana.
Description of Tirupati:-
Tirupati and Tirumala are places well known all over India. Sri Venkateshwara, the presiding deity of Tirumalaor engadam, is revered by lakhs of people all over the country who visit His famous temple throughout the year, traveling long distances. The chief centers of pilgrimage are Sri Venkateshwara's temple on the Tirumala hill, the shrine of Govindaraja in the town of Tirupati and the shrine of Padmavati, situated in Tiruchanur, three miles to the south of Tirupati. Of minor temples, mention may be made of the Kapileshwara temple at Kapilatirtham, the Rama temple in the town of Tirupati and the Parasareshvara temple at Jogi- allavaram, situated a furlong to the west of Tiruchanur. The Hill on which the temple of Sri Venkateshwara stands popularly known as Venkatachalam is low and surrounded by many hills of an altitude, as is the case with the hill on which is located the Mallikarjuna temple of Srisailam, The hill to the north is 3426' high, the height to the east is 2750' high, the hill to the south is 2920' high and the hill to the southeast is 3620' high. There are five well-known paths leading to the Temple. Of them, two routes start from the town of Tirupati, the stepped pathway, seven miles long and the motor road, twelve miles long. The third route is from Chandragiri. The fourth starts from the Mamandur Railway station and the fifth pass by Nagapatla.
Day 1 :- Chennai - Triupati
In the morning drive towards Tirupathi. Upon arrival at tirupati check in at the the hotel. In the afternoon, will visit Tirupathi temple, which is known for the famous ancient temple of Lord Venkateswara (Lord of seven hills or Balaji, as he is affectionately known ) on the top of the 860mts high Tirumala hills. The temple of Lord Venkateswara is not only believed to be amongst the oldest temples in the country, but also the richest of them all .Legend has it that Lord Venkateswara borrowed money from the divine treasurer Kubera for his wedding expenses. He is still paying back this debt which is why the pilgrims donate generously to the temple funds. In the evening return to Chennai. Overnight at hotel.
Day 2 :- Tirupati-Puttaparthi
In the morning after breakfast check out from the hotel, and drive towards Puttaparthi, which is well famous for Sri Satya Sai Baba. Upon arrival at Puttparthy check in at the hotel. Rest of the day free at leisure. Overnight at hotel.
Day 3:- Puttaparthi
In the morning after breakfast visit the ashram of Satya Sai Baba and museum, which is located on th nearby hillock. The museum contains models of various temple structures including the Golden Temple of Amritsar, the Mecca mosque, etc. Later back to hotel. Overnight at hotel.
Day 4 :- Puttaparthi-Departure
In the morning after breakfast check out from the hotel, and transfer towards railway station to catch the train for onward destination.
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