Venkateshwaraswamy

Lord Venkateswara is a famous of Hindu Gods. Lord Venkateswara was known as Srinivasa, Balaji, Venkata, Venkata Ramana, Venkatacalapati, and Govinda, is the supreme God believed to be a form of the Hindu Deity Lord Vishnu. Lord Venkateshwara of Tirupati is a famous Hindu God and Temple is the Tirumala Balaji located in Tirupathi, Chittoor District, Andhra Pradesh. Every year millions of people coming to the hills of Tirumala to look for blessings of the Lord. The presence of seven hills impacted alternate names for the god, Edu kondala vadu in Telugu and as Elumalaiyan in Tamil both of which mean "Lord of the Seven Hills". Lord Vishnu had then incarnated Himself as Venkateshwara and came to earth in looking for Lakshmi, who had taken birth as Princess Alamelu (Padmavati) in the family of Akasa Rajan. Lord Venkateshwara's temple is at the top of the seven hills in the place called Tirumala. The temple of the Lakshmi, in the form of Princess Padmavati, is located at the foot of the seven hills at Tirupati, in a town called Tiruchanur. Sri Venkateswara Swami vari Brahmotsavam or Srivari Brahmotsavam is the most important annual fete celebrated at Sri Venkateswara Temple in Tirumala Tirupati.