Tirupati, East Godavari district

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Tholi Tirupati, East Godavari
Tholi Tirupathi
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Tholi Tirupati, East Godavari
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Tholi Tirupati, East Godavari
Tholi Tirupati, East Godavari (India)
Coordinates: 17°9′N82°9′E / 17.150°N 82.150°E / 17.150; 82.150 Coordinates: 17°9′N82°9′E / 17.150°N 82.150°E / 17.150; 82.150
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
State Andhra Pradesh
District East Godavari
  Official Telugu
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)

Tholi Tirupati is a south Indian village in Peddapuram Mandal in East Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh.

Tholi Tirupati is one of the famous ancient temples of South India, Located near Peddapuram, East Godavari, Andhra Pradesh; famous for Divine Lord Sringara Vallabha Swami. This temple is said[ by whom? ] to be 9000 years old. There are 3 major and unique things we can witness:

  1. Smiling posture of Lord Venkateswara
  2. Lord will be seen as small Venkatesa for Children and Big Venkatesa for Elders (various sizes lord is visible to people)
  3. Sankha and Chakra are in altered positions in comparison with Lord Balaji of tirupati. It is also called Toli Tirupati.

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