Located in the heart of the
The presiding deities are Sita, Rama and Lakshmana. It was built by Chola
king during the 10th century AD. The temple of
Anjaneya Swami, which is
directly opposite, is a subshrine of this temple.
It is believed that this temple commemorates the visit of Sri Rama to Tirupati. The festivals of Ugadi and Sri Ramanavami are celebrated in this temple on a grand scale. Every year the temple celebrates the 'Brahmotsavams' to the Lord Sri Rama.
Road & Rail: Tirupati is well connected by rail and road with all the places in the state one can take city buses, taxis, autos, and rickshaws for local transportation.
Hotel accommodation is available at Tirupati .