Melatirupati

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Sri Venkatesa Perumal Temple
Sri srinivasa perumal Kovil
Vishnu.jpg
Religion
AffiliationHinduism
District[chennai]
DeitySri Venkatesa Perumal
Location
Location(medavakam)
StateTamil Nadu
CountryIndia
Architecture
Typedravidian Architecture
Monument(s)[11]

Melatirupati is a temple and abode of Lord Venkatesa Perumal in Chennai District.

It is in the Pillayar Koil Street, Medavakkam.

Devotion[edit]

This temple, also called Mela Tirupati, an abode of Sri srinivasa Perumal (Lord Balaji). The "Dwajasthambam" is seen at the entrance. The Bali Peetam and the Kodi Maram (flag post) are seen at the entrance. Further ahead is "Garuda Azhwar" praying to the Lord with folded hands facing the main deity. The Lord "Sri srinivasa Perumal" gives his divine darshan to his devotees. Next to him is padmasani thayar and andal in separate shrines.

Other shrines[edit]

There is Sri Hanuman opposite to goddess Padamasani and Ramar Padugai (feet) opposite to Andal. As one goes around the sanctum there are separate shrines for Varahar, Narasimhar, Venugopalar, Ramar and Chkaratazlwar there is a Ganesha temple and Sakthi temple outside this temple.there are also utsava murthis of azhwars and acharyas

samprokshanam[edit]

the most recent samprokshanam took place on 8.4.2015