Geography of Tirupati

Tirupati is a city in Chitoor district in the state of Andhra Pradesh, South India. It is a well known pilgrimage place. It is the richest city of the state as the temples in the city receives billions of money as donation. It is the largest city in Rayalaseema region. It is also known to be the 4th largest growing city amongst the Indian states.

Facts of Tirupati

  • Latitude: 13.65°N 79.42°E
  • Longitude: 13.65°N 79.42°E
  • Country: India
  • State: Andhra Pradesh
  • Region: Rayalaseema
  • District: Chittoor
  • Elevation: 161 m (528 ft)
  • Language: Telugu
  • Time zone: IST (UTC+5:30)
  • Telephone code: 0877
  • Vehicle registration: AP-03
  • Religion: Hinduism
  • Sex Ratio: 969female/1000males
  • Traditional Attire: Dhoti Panche for males and Sellai or Saree for females
The city is surrounded with seven hills and it lies at the foothills of these Eastern ghats. It lies between two metro cities Chennai and Bangalore.

Geography of Tirupati

Distance Chart from nearby places

Chittoor: 65km
Chennai: 150 km
Banglore: 250km
Hyderabad: 550km

The city is well known for Venkateshwara Temple and Goddesses Padmavti Temple. The city witnesses millions of visitors round the year. It has become a major economical and educational hub.
The languages spoken in this place are Hindi, English, Tamil and Telugu.

Climate of Tirupati

The greenery around the city keeps the environment of the city clean and healthy.

Monsoon: Moderate July to November
Summer: 35degree to 40degree Celsius Mar to June
Winter: November to February
Spring: February to March

The city remains crowded round the year with visitors from different parts of the world. The season is not a concern for devotees visiting their deity. The peace and positivity in the city will make one feel relaxed.

Population of Tirupati

According Municipal Corporation, Tirupati of 2011 Census.
Total number of houses: 74864
Total Population: 296156
Male Population: 148380
Female Population: 147774
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