Venkateshwara is another form of Lord Vishnu who is the most popular deity. He is also known as Venkatachalapathi or Venkataramana or Tirumal devar or Varadaraja or Srinivasa or Balaji or Bithala. He has a dark complexion and four hands. In his two upper hands he holds a discus (a symbol of power) and a conchs hell (a symbol of existence). With his lower hands extended downward he asks devotees to have faith and surrender to him for protection. The supreme temple of Venkateswara is at Dwaraka Tirumala and every one wants to visit this temple at least once in life.
Sri Konda Malleswara Swamy
The temple of Sri Konda Malleswara Swamy is at a distance of 1 Km to the North-West of the main temple. The footpath leading to this Saivait temple is in a Serpant form and reminds the Serpant for the mountain.
Poojas/Seva that are offered are Ashtottra Satanamarchana, Laghunyasam, Vrushabha puja, Navagrahala puja, Mahanyasa Rudhrabhishekam, Nakshatra Santhi, Saswatha Laghunyasa Rudhrabhishekam, Ammavariki Saswatha Kunkumarchana, Sri Swamy Vari Kalyanam (on Arudra Nakshtram Day)etc.,
Sri Renuka Devi (Kunkullamma)
This temple is on the main road leading to the village, at a distance of 1 K.M. towards south.
Poojas/Seva which are being offered such as Ashtottara Satanamarchana, Kunkumarchana, Pushpalankarana, Pushpalankarana On Navaratri Days etc.,
Sri Subramanyeswara Swamy
This is a small and famous temple near the bathing ghat, dedicated to Sri Kumara Swamy or Lord Subramanya.
Poojas/Seva which are being offered are such as Mahanyasapurvaka Ekadasa Rudrabhishekam, Mahanyasapurvaka Ekavarabhishekam, Ekavarabhishekam, Ashtottara Satanamarchana, Sahasranamarchana, Vighneswara Pooja etc.
Sri Anjaneya Swamy
This is a small, but famous temple near the Siva Kalyana Mandapam.
Temple is offering Poojas/Seva Details such as Ashtottara Satanamarchana with leaves (Tamalapakulu), Sahasranamarchana with leaves, Vahana Pooja, Abhishekam, Bhogams etc.,