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Sri Padmavathi Ammavari

Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple is one of the most important and amazing temple in Tirupati where peoples thousands of peoples visit every day.Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple is also well known as Alamelu mangapuram Temple or Alamelumangapuram. The name of this temple has its own significance it is believed that it is a place where goddess Padmavati appeared on a lotus of golden beautiful colour therefore it is named as Alamelumangapuram each word in the name has various meaning that is Alar refers to Lotus, Mel means Top, Manga signifies Goddess and Puram refers to the village or town. Padmavathi  is the main deity of the temple. To visit in this temple lots of tourist come here every years to seek blessing and enjoy with their family to wish for their happy and prosperous life and also Padmavati as she is known as the goddess of wealth and prosperity. In the Hindu main festivals such as Dewali, Holi and many others it is decorated wonderfully and peoples always come. The temple is open in 6am to 9pm. The temple was built during the reign of Tondaman Chakravarthi, who was the elder brother of Goddess Padmavathi. It is old saying and peoples believe that before visiting the Vanketeshwara temple it is necessary to visit the Padmavati temple. This is the peoples believe that to doing that padmavathi will happy and give blessing to us.  There is a padmasarovaram in the temple in which Goddess padmavati emerged on the golden lotus of thousand petal on Sukla Panchami. It is a very calm place and is surrounded by lush greenery the main attraction of the temple is the incarnation of goddess padmavati and the architecture of the temple.  There is the specific timing of pooja and seva that devotee go to the as per the giving time.