Japali theertham

Japali Anjaneya Swamy Temple, Tirumala, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh
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Jabali performed penance at Sri Hanuman’s birthplace atop Tirumala and Sri Hanuman discovered himself at the spot. Therefore it’s called Japali Hanuman Kshetra.

Jabali performed penance at Sri Hanuman’s birthplace atop Tirumala and Sri Hanuman discovered himself at the spot. Therefore it’s called Japali Hanuman Kshetra.

Tirumala is encircled by the variety of sacred water bodies (theerthams). All those theerthams are familiar with its quality. Among them, Japali theertham is that the most generally familiar holy theertham that is being visited by most pilgrims. The prime attraction here could be a temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman (Anjaneya Swamy).

The Anjaneya Swamy temple at Japali Theertham is one among the smallest amount familiar and most worthy places of visit in Tirumala. Japali Aanjaneeya Swamy temple, that is found in Tirumala seven kms from Sree Venkateswara Swamy (Lord Balaji) temple. The spot is on the thanks to Akasa Ganga from Tirumala. From the road, we’ve got to steer nearly 1km within the forest.

Pilgrims visiting Tirumala can never fail to require a shower during this Japali Teertham because it believed that each one their sins and evils are going to be washed out after they dip within the teertham

It is aforesaid that Lord Rama along with his consort mythical being and brother Lakshmana stayed here beside Lord Hanuman. There’s a perennial lake, referred to as “Rama Kund”, within the temple premises that was aforesaid to be the supply of drink, throughout their keep here. There’s a water supply flowing to the present place and it’s not known wherever the water comes from.

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How to reach Japali theertham from Tirupathi Bus Stand:-

  • APSRTC runs a daily ‘Travel as you like’ transportation company from Tirumala to Papavinasanam, covering vital places on the manner like Venugopala Swamy temple, Akasha Ganga and Japali.
  • Fare: Rs. 10.00 per head(Rs.20.00 for up&down)
  • Frequency: each half-hour, from 05:00 hrs to 19:45 hrs.
  • You can additionally reach Japali by your own vehicle or Private taxi, however, you wish to run one click within the forest.

How to reach Japali Theertham from Tirupathi  Railway Station:-

  • From Tirupathi Railway Station to Tirupathi bus stand is 1.1 km.
  • APSRTC runs a daily ‘Travel as you like’ transportation company from Tirumala to Papavinasanam, covering vital places on the manner like Venugopala Swamy temple, Akasha Ganga and Japali.
  • Fare: Rs. 10.00 per head(Rs.20.00 for up&down)
  • Frequency: each half-hour, from 05:00 hrs to 19:45 hrs.
  • You can additionally reach Japali by your own vehicle or Private taxi, however, you wish to run one click within the forest.

How to reach Japali theertham from Tirupathi Airport:-

  • It takes 1 hour 17 minutes to Travel from Tirupati  Airport to  Temple.
  • The approximate driving distance between  Tirupati Airport and  Temple is 44.2 km.
  • Private taxis are also available for this site.
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Jabali performed penance at Sri Hanuman’s birthplace atop Tirumala and Sri Hanuman discovered himself at the spot. Therefore it’s called Japali Hanuman Kshetra.

This ancient temple of Lord Hanuman was built in fifteenth-century during Vijaya Raghava Rayalu’s dynasty, and later as a most of the temples in India, this was also faced the wrath invaders. This temple was left in dark for so many centuries and the god was not offered daily ‘Harathi’. The strong belief existing in Hindu hearts that God gets his wishes fulfilled through human beings; was provided once again and the asthikatwa of the people like Karanam Vivekananda Murthy could cross all the hurdles and renovated the Temple in the year 1984.

The temple was restored from dilapidated condition and the deity was being offered with the regular pooja’s from tenth February, 1984(according to Hindu calendar Magha Sudda Dasami).The temple was recognized by the people near-by and regular seva’s were being offered to the presiding god.

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