Annapurna Residency

Address: No.-29B, Laxmipuram,Tiruchanoor Road, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, 517501, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on No.-29B, Laxmipuram,Tiruchanoor Road, Tirupati.
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      Tirumala - World's Most Visited Pilgrimage Site

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jan 31, 2014

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      ... year. Do the math and that comes to nearly 100,000 visitors per day. Some days, of course, see more pilgrims than others and on some jam-packed festival days there are around 500,000 pilgrims visiting. The temple is also said to the India's best endowed financially, something displayed by the perfectly paved roads up and down the mountain to the temple and the spic and span grounds and mini-city that's grown up around the temple to house and serve the needs of ...

      A temple experience like no other

      A travel blog entry by eddim on Feb 01, 2013

      ... again off I went and got sucked in the push through the gate. On the other side the line was fast moving and turned into single file which was a little less chaotic for a time. Turning the corner there was another security checkpoint to go through and then back into the queue to continue our journey. Here is where the pushing and shoving and chanting got started up again and I just went with the flow and was pretty much pushed up to the temple door through the ...

      A visit to a Hindu temple

      A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren on Nov 23, 2012

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      ... to get inside the temple. As we emerged into the line, we felt like we were at a music festival. As the line moved forward, even if we didn’t want to, we were carried with the crowd. Skin to skin was inevitable, and we reached out to our group, but we were separated. As we waited patiently in close vacinity to our Hindu strangers, we looked around and realised we towered over many of the old ladies, and for everyone else, we were an interesting sight.

      Where are all the spiritual people from Goa?

      A travel blog entry by dansar on Feb 25, 2012

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      ... ourselves with the fact that we have paid our dues over the years and we still not cruising around in a chauffeur driven car so we're allowed to cheat sometimes.

      We got of at 5 am and waited on the trainstation for about an hour so our check out time wouldn't be to early (24 hours occupancy). As we left the station it was still dark but we walked on the road so that was OK. For about five minutes. Then all streetlightning ...

      Temple visit

      A travel blog entry by sriramnarayanan on Jan 11, 2011


      Today we went to a big Temple. The temple is in Tirupati on top of a big mountain. We went in a big car and saw monkeys and deer as we climbed the mountain. We stayed near the temple in a guest house. In the evening we went to the temple and it is 1000 years old. There were 1000 people. We stood in line before we went to the temple. We saw the golden roof of the temple and the stone pillars. It was very beautiful. We saw a beautiful sunset over the ...