Temple is not only a centre for spirituality but also a centre for good health. Health means a state of complete physical, mental and social well being. All these three states of health can be had together by a person who visits a temple often.
Temple is a holy place where God is present in idol form. Hence everyone should take bath and wear clean and healthy clothes. This serves the scientific purpose of keeping one’s body clean and healthy.
If we can observe every step by step activity that can be taken place at/in a temple with keen interest, several amazing scientific reasons will arise in our minds.
The three states of health (i.e., physical, mental and social) are interlinked to one another. The lack of any one of this, health can affect remaining two. Positivism is a seed for social health. Temple is a treasure house for this positivism.
A regular visit to a temple let a person absorbs more of this positive energy.
Temples in Tirupati
Tirumala Venkateswara Temple is the most notable temple for being the world's richest Vaishnavite temple of Lord Venkateswara. Beside Venkateswara Temple, the city is known for many other ancient temples, such as
- Padmavathi Temple at Tiruchanur,
- Govindaraja Temple,
- Kapileswara Temple at Kapila Theertham,
- Thathayyagunta Gangamma Temple of Goddess Gangamma is the Gramadevata of Tirupati,
- Sri Kodandaramaswami Temple etc.
Below are main and important temples to visit in Tirupati. However, there are much more and they will be listed soon.