The Richest Temple On Earth

The Richest Temple On Earth

Lord Tirupati Balaji's temple is in Tirumala, Andhra Pradesh. People come here from far away to visit. People here offer sacrifices as per their wishes. Both rich and poor come in the court of Tirupati. Every year, a large number of people crowd around the hills of Tirumala to take God's blessings. Lord Tirupati Balaji lives in Tirumala with his wife Padmavati. It is said that whatever the devotee wishes anything from the true heart of this temple, his desire is definitely fulfilled. Lord Tirupati Balaji is also known as Venkateswara, Srinivas and Govinda.

On the lines of Tirupati Balaji Temple of Tirumala, one of the famous pilgrim centers, the plan to build another temple in Andhra Pradesh has got a green signal. Tirupati Balaji Temple will be built in the area of 25 acres in ...

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Lord Tirupati Balaji's temple is in Tirumala, Andhra Pradesh. People come here from far away to visit. People here offer sacrifices as per their wishes. Both rich and poor come in the court of Tirupati. Every year, a large number of people crowd around the hills of Tirumala to take God's blessings. Lord Tirupati Balaji lives in Tirumala with his wife Padmavati. It is said that whatever the devotee wishes anything from the true heart of this temple, his desire is definitely fulfilled. Lord Tirupati Balaji is also known as Venkateswara, Srinivas and Govinda.

On the lines of Tirupati Balaji Temple of Tirumala, one of the famous pilgrim centers, the plan to build another temple in Andhra Pradesh has got a green signal. Tirupati Balaji Temple will be built in the area of 25 acres in Amravati, Andhra Pradesh's capital.

According to the Tirumala Trust, the architecture of the new temple will be completely similar to Tirupati Balaji Temple. Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam, who manages Tirupati Balaji Mandir in Tirumala, will do this construction work. In order to give the ancient shape of the temple, it will be used in the construction of the stones found on the banks of the Krishna River.

According to the Tirumala Trust, CM Chandrababu Naidu has given a green signal to the planning of construction of a new temple. Accepting the project, CM suggested that the architectural architecture of the temple from inside and outside reflects ancient times. It is estimated to take about two years to build the temple.

The inspiration of temple craft is taken from the Pallava style of Pallava, Chola, Chalukya and Vijayanagara. Also, the shape of the proposed temple shape has been prepared by Kashyap Shilpaksha, Mymattam and Manasarama. According to the officials, the rules of Agam and Vastu Shastra are kept in mind in the construction of a new temple. On the sanctum in the temple, the plane and peak will be constructed like Tirupati Balaji Temple.

Let us tell you that the construction of Gangakand Cholapuram and Brihadevar Temple in Tiruchirapalli district is based on Chola architecture. In South India, the Baikunth Perumal Temple and Kailashnath Temple are built on the basis of Pallava Vastu Shastra. Chalukya style is used in Badami and Aihole. In Hampi, there is a view of the Vijayanagara style in the thousand ram temple.