Kalyana Venkateswara Temple


Sri Kalyana Venkateswaraswamy Temple is located at Narayanavanam, in Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh. The Temple is dedicated to Lord Kalyana Venkateswara, an aspect of Lord Vishnu. The temple is situated near puttur. According to legend, it is believed that Lord Venkateswara married Padmavati at this place and then went to Tirumala.

Narayanavanam was then ruled by the great King Akasaraja.  Akasaraja conducted the marriage of his daughter Padmavati, at this holy place.

The temple was established in the year 1541 AD, and it is also believed that the temple was established before thousands of years ago. And it was renovated and reconstructed several times. The main gopuram was constructed by the king Sri Krishna Deva Raya. The second gopuram was constructed by the king Sri Veera Narasimha. Nearby the temple, temples of vinayaka, veerabadhra, shiva, and parvati are also found.

The temple is being administered by Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams. The temple timings are: From 6.00 A.M to 8.00 P.M.

Poojas and Festivals

Daily poojas are performed in this temple, and during the tamil month of margazhi, lot of devotees would throng in this temple, to have the glimpse of the god and the goddess. Annual Brahmotsavam is grandly celebrated in this temple.


It is believed that those unmarried people, who worship the divine deities in this temple, will soon get married and will have a blessed life. They will also be blessed with good children and get all the prosperity in their life. Their life will blossom like a lotus flower and reach the upper level in their life. Lord Venkateswara being the living god of Tirumala, will grant immense benefit to his devotees, and will never make them to suffer in their life, and always make them to live happier in their life.

Let us worship Lord Venkateswara and Mata Padmavati and be blessed.