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  • Archaeological museum The Archaeological museum is closed on Fridays and on other days it is open from 10:00 am to 5:00pm. The entrance fee is Rs.2 per head for elders and children above 15 years of age.The museum is opposite to the bus station. If you are coming from Vijayawada or Guntur, You will get a main road when you entered into amaravathi. There turn to your left hand side go straight youwill see the museum opposite to bus station. is a home to many relics that dates back to thousands of years, found during excavations. This museum unfolds the wealth ofi Amaravat that belonged to 3rd century BC, through the galaxy of sculptures that once were a part of Mahachaitya (the Giant Stupa).There are different galleries that take you close to the very old history of Amaravati and the life of the Buddhists in those days.      In the first gallery we can find the ancient art traditions of Amaravati. The Purnakumbha designs and the Lotus designs here express the intricate art of those days. The two drum of slabs depicting the Stupas, Svastika mark on the cushioned seat of the throne under the Bodhi tree which is considered as symbolical representation of Lord Buddha, the Agni Skanda (Flaming pillar), the dome and the          standing Buddha belonging to 8th century are the master collections of this museum.The third gallery exhibit some of the beautiful sculptures belonging to 2nd century BC. Some of them include Yakshi of Bharhut tradition, a stele (an ancient stone, slab or pillar) with labelled panels, fragmented pillar edict of Asoka, images of Buddha from Alluru, Dharma Chakra from Lingarajapalli, Bodhisatvas and a dome slab depicting the jewels of Buddhist order viz. The Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha in a panel represented by a Bodhi Tree and the Stupas worshipped by devotees are all noteworthy. The couple in round in the central showcase is a masterpiece of Amaravati Art, with full of vigour and vitality of the Satavahana period. The life size Nandishwara (bull) of Satavahana period marks as an attractive piece of the museum.
  • Sri Venkateswara Zoological Park          t was established on 29 September 1987 and covers an area of 5532 acres It is one of the largest zoo parks in Asia       Sri Venkateswara Zoological Park: This Zoological park is situated in the outskirts of the abode of the Lord of Seven Hills, Sri Tirumala Balaji Of Tirupati. The zoo is about 12kms from the Renigunta railway station. Once you are near the Bus stand or the railway station Go down the road towards KapilaTeertham, then to Alipiri Circle.           From there instead of going ahead towards Tirumala, take the road towards Bangalore where you will see the Sri Venkateswara Zoological Park on your right.            Sri Venkateswara Zoological Park in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh is nothing like the zoos you  would have seen in your lifetime. To understand why, you need to comprehend the theme around which the park has been created. Located at the foot of Seshachalam Hills, Sri Venkateswara Zoological Park extends over a huge area of over 5500 acres. You will come across very few parks with such a diversity of endemic flora and fauna and such remarkable, scenic environs.Sri Venkateswara Zoological Park is 12 km from the Tirupati Railway Station and 31 km from the airport. From here the Central Bus Station is also 12 km away. This unique park is located in Kadapa and Chittoor Districts of Andhra Pradesh.
  • Kapila Theertham Apart from some ancient Shiva temples like Gudimallam Parashurameshwara Temple, the others are Parasareswara temple in Yogi Mallavaram, Thiruchannoor Padmavathi Temple, the famous Sri Kalahashteeswara Temple and the Manikanteswara Swamy Devasthanam (Shivalayam) in Kanipakam. Some other temples are the Goddess Kamakshi temple, Veda Narayana Swamy Temple, Lakshmi Narayanaswamt Temple, Lord Ganesha’s Temple, Kumaraswamy and the Dakshineswara Temple.Legend has it that Saint Kapila Maharishi, one of the holiest Hindu saints, meditated in the cave in front of the idol of Lord Shiva. The pond in to which the water falls is called the ‘Kapila Theertham’ in honour of the great saint. The waterfalls is also said to be holy and it is believed that according to the  Hindu calendar in the month of ‘Kartika’, which generally falls in between October and November, on a particular auspicious date, all the ‘theerthas ‘ in the universe merge to flow into Kapila Theertham. It is also believed that pilgrims or devotees who bath in the pond will attain salvation from rebirth.The Waterfalls is best visited immediately after monsoons especially in December.  Monsoons are from July to October and the temperatures are low at that time. The festivities are generally in September and visitors to the temples around are advised to book their accommodation reasonably earlier. 
  • Govindaraja Temple, Sri Govindaraja Swamy Temple timings are from 5 am to 9 pm. If interested, one can opt for special entrance by paying a minimal fee of Rs. 5 per person. With an entry fee of Rs. 20 per person, one can opt for quick darshan as well.This temple is only half a km away from Tirupati Railway station and at a distance of 1.5 km from Tirupati RTC Bus stand.down voteGovindraja is the main and basic posture of lord Vishnu who sleeps on the coils of adishesha embodiment of time.Now,to answer your question first of all you try to get rid of all mythological and sentiment based confusion. Govindraja is the core form of mahavishnu and all the stories were built around the obvious vaishnavite centre Tirupati.The real thing is that lord vishnnu was worshipped in the form of Govindraja in Tirupati that's why tirupati also has an alias Govindrajpattana later on the story of lord venkatesha happened around tirupati Tirumala and shrinivasa was declared as an Incarnation of lord vishnu and Thu the priority and significance of Govindraja was shifted to lord venktesha its all a sequence based story or rather a myth.we should stop Fantasizing about the the gods timeline and should focus on the real cosmic form LORD MAHAVISHNU you wouldn't want to explore it furtherLord Govindraja Is my family deity kuladevta and to know him I never ever referred to any mythological conclusions.
  • Talakona Waterfall At a distance of 49 km from Bakarapet, 64 km from Tirupati, 120 km from Horsley Hills, 192 km from Chennai, 241 km from Bangalore and 89 km from Chittoor, Talakona Falls are situated in Sri Venkateswara National Park near Nerabailu Village of Yerravari Mandal of Chittoor district in Andhra Pradesh. The gorgeous waterfall falling deep into a valley from a height of around 270 feet makes it the highest waterfall in Andhra Pradesh and also one of the top Tourist places in Andhra Pradesh. It is one of the ideal getaways from Chennai & Bangalore for a day trip.The waterfalls are placed amidst dense forest surrounded by natural beauty and greenery. It is believed that the water of Talakona Falls is enriched with herbs with healing powers. Talakona was declared as Bio-Sphere Reserve in 1990 because of wide variety of plant species present in the region. In this forest, one can find variety of endangered species like sambar, porcupine, cheetal, golden gecko, Indian giant squirrel, slender loris, panther and mouse deer etc. Talakona means 'head hill' in Telugu. This place is believed to be the starting point of Seshachalam Hills which are extended till Tirumala. There is a 240 m long canopy rope walk, about 35 to 40 feet in height, giving a thrilling experience to the visitors while walking. There are mighty trees around with birds and monkeys during the canopy walk. There are number of trek routes in different categories of difficulty, giving an option for the visitor to choose their route. There are also several caves dotted over the mountains where it is believed that sages meditate eternally. Situated close to this waterfall is a small temple dedicated to Lord Siddeswara Swamy. This temple is believed to be built by a devotee named Appa Swamy in 1811 AD. The temple is usually crowded by devotees during the festival of Shivaratri, which is a very popular event in this region. The falls have to be reached by 2 km trek from Siddeswara Swamy Temple which is the nearest motorable road to the falls. The duration of the trek is about 30 minutes (one way) through dense forest and slippery road.

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