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Sri Venkateswara Museum Tour Package from Chennai

Sri Venkateswara Museum

At a distance of 1 Kms from Tirumala bus terminal & situated on the brink of Tirumala Tirupati Balaji Temple, Sri Venkateswara Museum may be a good place to know the history and architecture of Tirumala temple. It's located near Vaikunta Queue Complex 2 of Lord Venkateswara Temple. It's one among the favored attractions in Tirumala.


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Sri Venkateswara Temple in Tirumala, Andhra Pradesh has been a repository of rich heritage, cherished by the Kings, Nobles, Poets, Sculptures, Dancers, and Musicians, all gathered in Tirumala and enriched the temple lore. It contains valuable antique materials to enable an art historian to trace the history and development of temple art.

Location: S.V. Museum is situated in a sprawling building covering an area of 1.25 lakh sq.ft opposite the Vaikuntham Queue Complex (VQC) in the kaleidoscopic environment of Tirumala, surrounded by beautiful gardens, making it a rejoicing place for visiting pilgrims.

Established in 1980, the Museum wing houses numerous religious artifacts, including pooja utensils, alongside time-honored art and architecture. This place has meditation halls for worshipers to form a peaceful meditation.

Krishnadevaraya Visits Tirumala

All the good dynasties of the southern peninsula of India have paid tributes to Lord Venkateswara. The Pallavas of Kanchipuram, Cholas of Tanjavur, Pandyas of Madurai, Kings of Vijayanagara of Hampi, and chieftains of local dynasties have esteemed the lord. Sri Krishnadevaraya (16th Century AD) of the Vijayanagara Empire personally visited Tirumala seven times and offered tens of valuable ornaments made from jewels, diamonds, emeralds, and pearls.

Includes Ancient Weapons


The picture gallery on the third floor displays rare images of temple history, ornaments of the lord, and some contemporary art depicting Srinivasa and Tirumala.

The armory section displays a variety of ancient weapons like swords, shields, battle axes, guns, etc., used or possessed by the rulers in the medieval and colonial periods. In the origin and emergence of Vaishnavism in the South, the Alwars have played a significant role and are given utmost importance in the museum. The front porch of the museum on both sides is decorated with stone images of Alwars.

Timings: The Hall of Antiques was first established in 1980 in the Thousand Pillar Mandapam opposite the main shrine in Tirumala. This museum epitomizes the traditions of Tirumala, Vaishnavism, and Hindu culture. It houses around 6000 items of historical interest, ranging from very early periods to the present. The collections cover ten sections, starting from archaeology to contemporary items.

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Dhupa-Ganta and stone gallery with 80 images


The museum displays Dhupa-Ganta donated by Sri Krishnadeva Raya to a priest in Tirumala. you'll witness this very precious item within the museum. The stone gallery contains quite 80 wonderful images retrieved from across the region dating from 8th century AD to 19th century AD. Most of those stone sculptures speak of history of Vaishnavism within the region. The gallery of musical instruments has collected a good range of instruments of bygone ages.

More than 1000 Inscriptions

The bronze section contains idols, nutcrackers, utensils etc made centuries ago. Big iron bells, gigantic pulley wont to lift stones in temple building; cauldrons decorate the spacious galleries of the museum. The Hundi of the temple has received umpteen number of gold and silver coins starting from Roman Empire to British era, all displayed within the museum. Tirumala temple is documented for inscriptions super scripted on its walls. Quite one thousand inscriptions depicting the history of the temple for 1500 years are estamped and exhibited within the outer gallery of the museum.

Rich Experience

The guide lecturers of the museum will assist you to go to different parts of the museum. Visiting this museum would be an upscale experience for you and your children are going to be inspired to find out from this excellent centre of heritage. The museum also has facility of a conference hall hospitable the general public and invitees for deliberations on Tirumala history

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Sri Venkateswara Museum


FAQ

  • 1. What is the advance amount to be paid?

    Half the package amount is considered as advance amount.

  • 2.TTD whatsapp number ?

    An Whatsapp Number- 9399399399 and an Email: helpdesk@tirumala.org .

  • 3. Is ticket amount refundable?

    No, Ticket amount cannot be refunded because Tirupati special entry tickets cannot be postponed or cancelled .

  • 4. Is Darshan tickets are guaranteed or confirmed?

    Yes, We always confirm the darshan tickets over Email or Whatsapp .

  • 5. What is the advantage of booking through Padmavathi Travels ?

    100% confirmed balaji darshan , Our driver will act as a guide in tirupati, in this hectic lifestyle in just one day you can take the darshan with our customized Itinerary.

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