Kanipakam Varasiddhi Vinayaka Temple Timings

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Kanipakam Sri Varasiddi Vinayaka Swamy Temple is one of the most famous and powerful Hindu Temples in India. Kanipakam Varasiddi Vinayaka Temple is also known as Kanipakam temple in both Telugu states. Kanipakam Temple is located 16 km away from Chittoor town, and 70 KM from Tirupati in Andhra Pradesh state.

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Significance and Uniqueness of Kanipakam Temple:

Lord Ganesha Vigraham (Idol of Vinayaka) the main deity in the temple is said to be growing every year; Armor and jewelry offered to Sri Varasiddi Vinayaka Swamy of Kanipakam before 50 years do not fit the deity anymore. Pilgrims who visit Tirupathi will visit Kanipakam Temple first as there is a saying that any Devotional journey or any work should be started after offering prayers to Lord Vinayaka.

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Kanipakam Varasiddhi Vinayaka Temple Timings

  • Kanipakam Temple Darshan Timings: 05 AM to 09 PM
  • Entry fee: There are two types of Darshan Entry into the Temple. One is Free Darshan named as Sarva Darshan and Rs 10 for Special darshan per head.
  • Nijaroopa Darshana of Kanipakam Sri Varasiddi: 05 AM to 05.30 AM, 07 AM to 07.30 AM, 08.30 AM to 09 AM, 10.30 AM to 11 AM, and Evening 04.30 PM to 05 PM.
  • Entry fee for Nijaroopa Darshana: Rs 50 per head.

How to reach Kanipakam from Tirupathi / Route map from Kanipakam Sri Vara Siddi Swamy Temple to Tirupathi:

  • Through A.P.S.R.T.C buses devotees can reach Kanipakam temple which is 70 Km away from Tirupathi.
  • From Chittoor, devotees can reach Kanipakam temple through A.P.S.R.T.C buses which are 12 Km away.

Famous and Devotional temples near Kanipakam to visit :

  • Ardhagiri Anjaneya Swamy Temple, 13 Km away from Kanipakam. Direct transportation is available.
  • Mogileswara Swamy Temple at Mogili, 28 Km away from Kanipakam Temple.

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