Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams famously known as Balalji temple is accredited as being the most worshiped temple in India and world. It is located on the picturesque Tirumala hill at Tirupati in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh; India. The Tirumala Hills are portion of Seshachalam Hills, range 853m above sea level. The temple is one of the eight Vishnu Swayambhu Kshetras and is listed as 106th and the last earthly Divya Desam.

The stone deity of Lord Venkateswara is considered to be main source of energy for the temple, which stands 8 feet tall. It is called Dhruva Beram; Dhruva means "pole star” something which has a fixed position and beram means "deity. This temple occupies a unique place in our great land of holy shrines and hence it is visited by about 50,000 to 100,000 pilgrims daily while on special occasions the number of devotees shoots up to 500,000.

One of the most interesting beliefs associated with Balaji Temple is the tradition of donating hairs. Several devotees have their head tonsured as an offering to God.

One thing can be observed when you visit the temple the deep imprints and a sense of divine presence of Lord Vishnu who eternally exists in the air around.