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Pristine Woods hidden from the crowds

If you want to experience tranquility @ Tirumala - this is the place. One needs to walk around for... read more

Reviewed June 18, 2018
travellite1012
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Bangalore
Lord Anjaneya temple amidst woods close to Tirumala

Situated amidst woods and requiring an easy 1 km trek (after about 5kms drive from Tirumala... read more

Reviewed June 17, 2018
UNNIMAYA
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ABUDHABI UAE
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Reviewed June 18, 2018

If you want to experience tranquility @ Tirumala - this is the place. One needs to walk around for 35 mins from the main road. That itself is a deterrent for many and makes it a hidden gem from the typical "Pilgrim" crowd. Behind the...More

1  Thank travellite1012
Reviewed June 17, 2018

Situated amidst woods and requiring an easy 1 km trek (after about 5kms drive from Tirumala) , this Hanuman temple is worth a visit if you are a Anjaneya bhakt. Try to visit on Tuesday in the early morning around 0730/ 0800 for the abhisekham...More

1  Thank UNNIMAYA
Reviewed December 17, 2017

The temple is located about 5 km from Tirumala temple. While going towards akasaganga/papavinasam, one will get this temple. This temple is located deep inside the forest. There is good amount of trekking to be done. The steps have been laid out and are well...More

4  Thank Krishna K
Reviewed November 17, 2017

This is lord hanuman temple. It is in tirumala 4km from main temple. has to walk around 2 km from main stop to temple. it will be very enjoyable if you visit with friends & family meme. With lots of monkeys near to temple. you...More

1  Thank Mahesh_417
Reviewed October 5, 2017 via mobile

Very ancient pilgrim spot which is in tirumala must visit place. Need to climb steps and go there.. But very enjoyable place look like going in forest but no harm... Lord hanuman is very powerful there...

1  Thank Nagabalaji
Reviewed September 28, 2017 via mobile

Japali Theertham is located amidst deep woods and a shrine of lord hanuman is located there.The tourists can trek from the dense forest to reach this holy pond in tirumala.

Thank Rachamallu
Reviewed September 18, 2017

Little away from tirumala, you can reach there by bus or taxi. and also need to have a 15mins trek, depends on body condition. Lord Hanuman is the main idol, Dip your hands, and legs in the puskarani before enter the temple. this hanuman is...More

1  Thank smk_kandan
Reviewed September 2, 2017 via mobile

Hanuman is worshipped in this temple.It is located in tirupati.It is famous temple.It is also consider as one of tourist spot

Thank Sai n
Reviewed July 27, 2017

Temple was Located in deep forest...we need to talk around 20-30 minutes to reach temple..we can see forest while walking the way to temple.. Greenery is awesome I felt to stay there only.fresh air from surrounding of the forest..

Thank Muddabhaktuni s
Reviewed March 29, 2017 via mobile

Japali Theertham is a popular pond in Tirumala, which is not very crowded like other theerthams in the region. It is located amidst deep woods and a shrine of Lord Hanuman, which attracts several visitors.Tourists can also trek from the dense forest to reach this...More

Thank akhilchandu
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