Tirupati Tirumala :

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The secret of an unknown village in Tirumala :


For the ritual worship of the deities housed in the Tirupati Balaji Temple, the flowers, clarified butter, milk, butter-milk, holy leaves etc. are sourced from an undisclosed village located about twenty two kilometres away from Tirupati. The little village has never been seen or visited by any outsider except its own people.

Idol of the deity is not in the centre


The idol of Lord Tirupati Balaji placed may appear to be standing in the centre of the sanctum sanctorum, but technically, it is not so. The idol is actually placed in the right hand corner of the shrine.

Real hair of Balaji


The hair worn by Lord Balaji is silky, smooth, tangle-free, and absolutely real. The story behind those faultless locks goes like this – Lord Balaji, during his regime on earth, lost some of his hair in an unexpected mishap. A Gandharva Princess named Neela Devi quickly took note of this incident, and cut a portion of her glorious mane. She offered her chopped locks humbly to the deity and requested him to plant them on his head. Pleased with her devotion, the god accepted the kind offering and promised that whoever visits his shrine and sacrifices his/her hair at his feet will be blessed. Ever since, it has been a custom among devotees to shave their head off in the temple before or after their desires are fulfilled.


Sea waves behind Lord Balaji’s idol

You may want to hear to believe, but the unchangeable truth is that the sound of enormous sea waves can be heard if one puts his/her ear on the back of the deity’s image housed in the shrine.


Misty idol

For an inexplicable reason, the back of the idol always remains moist, despite the priests labouring to keep it dry.



Pappulavenkatesh, the temple priests do not throw the flowers offered to Lord Balaji during morning worship out of the GarbhaGudi or Sanctum Sanctorum. So, they are thrown into the waterfalls which flow behind the rear side of the idol. The priests, however, refrain from looking at the back side of the holy deity for the rest of the day. Surprisingly, the discarded flowers can be seen at a place known as Yerpedu which lies 20 kilometres away from Tirupati.


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