What is the real name of Tirupati Balaji temple? Know the secret behind this temple - Newztezz Online


Saturday, April 17, 2021

What is the real name of Tirupati Balaji temple? Know the secret behind this temple

South India is equipped with many attractive temples. 
Also, the shape of these temples, their texture is such that there is a unique feeling on entering here. One of these is a unique temple of Tirupati Balaji, which is famous not only in India but also in many countries of the world. This is an excellent quote of Indian architectural art and craft art. Tirupati Balaji Temple located in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh is one of the main pilgrimage sites in India.

Its real name is Sri Venkateswara Temple as Lord Venkateswara is seated here, which is Lord Vishnu himself. This ancient temple is located on the seventh peak of Tirupati mountain, known as Venkatachala. It is believed that Lord Vishnu has been called Lord Venkateswara due to the ownership of Venkata hill.

The craft art of Tirupati Balaji is amazing. Also, there are some amazing facts and secrets about this temple, knowing that you will be interested to see Lord Venkateswara himself. Let us know what is the fact….?

Statue status

When you enter the sanctum sanctorum of the temple, you will feel that the idol of Lord Sri Venkateswara is located in the middle of the sanctum sanctorum. You bow there and meditate on God. But as soon as we come out of the sanctum sanctorum, you will be taken aback as it comes out that it seems that the idol of God is situated on the right side. It is interesting that the statue has been installed in such a way that the experience of each devotee visiting the temple remains the same. Now it is only an illusion or no glory, no one has been able to find it till date.

Lord Venkateswara wears clothes of both men and women

It is believed that Goddess Lakshmi is also included in this form of God. For this reason, there is a tradition of wearing clothes for both men and women.

Balaji's statue gets sweat

There is a very attractive statue of Balaji in the temple. It is made of a special stone. But it is so alive that it seems as if God is seated on his own. It has been seen that Balaji's statue sweats, droplets of sweat can be seen on the statue. Therefore, the temperature in the temple is kept low.

Unique village of Balaji

There is a village situated twenty three kilometers away from Venkateswara Swamy temple where no outsider can enter other than the villagers. People here are very disciplined and lead a life by following the rules. The offerings made in the temple like flowers, fruits, curd, ghee, milk, butter etc. come from this village.

Sandalwood paste is applied on thursday

After applying sandalwood paste on every Thursday, an amazing secret comes out. After removing the makeup of Lord Balaji, a bath is applied on sandal paste and when this paste is removed, the shape of Mother Lakshmi is seen in Balaji's heart.

This lamp never extinguishes in the temple

A lamp always keeps burning in the Sri Venkateswara Swamy temple. It is amazing that no oil or ghee is ever put in this lamp. It is not even known who first ignited the lamp.

Pachai Kapoor

Pachai camphor is applied to Lord Venkateswara. It is said about this camphor that if it is applied on any stone, then the stone gets cracked in some time. But this digestive camphor has no such effect on Lord Balaji's statue.

Balaji's hairstyle is real

It is said that Lord Venkateswara's hair is real, which never gets tangled and is always soft. It is a wonder how the hair on a statue can be real?

Amazing stick placed in the temple

A stick remains on the right side of the temple, this is the stick from which Balaji was beaten in childhood. Imagine this is the stick that touched God. The stick of God was hurt by this stick due to beating. Sandal paste was applied on this injury. For this reason, sandal paste was applied in his chudi.

The sound of waves comes from the statue

If you listen with your ear to the statue of Lord Venkateswara, then the sound of sea waves is heard. It is also said that the idol of God is always moist.

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