Kanipakam Vinayaka temple | South India Tourism

Kanipakam Vinayaka temple

Kanipakam Vinayaka temple

The famous Kanipakam Vinayaka temple is present in the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. This temple is well-known for its purity and the holiness. The temple was built by the Pandya king during the 11th century. 'Kani' means wetland and 'Pakam' means the flow of water in the wetland. The sacred Bahuda River flows beside the temple which is rich in heritage. The incredible thing is, the Swayambu Vinayaka is present inside the well. The idol of the Vinayaka continues to grow. At present, you can see the abdomen and knees of the idol. The water from the sacred well is given as theertham to the devotees. The phenomenal of the temple is the special oath which resolved many problems. Due to guilt, people accept their mistakes after bathing in the Bahuda river.

Special Note: Special entry fee is 100 INR

How to Reach?

By Road : From tirupati central Bus station is is 72 Km Far and from their all local transport is available

By Rail: Nearest Railway station is Tirupati and it is 70 Km far and from there all local transports are available.

By Air: Nearest airport is Tirupati airport and from there it is 86 Km far from their all local transport is available

Opening time :

05:00 to 02:00

04:00 to 09:00

Closing time:

02:00 to 04:00

Recognized by Ministry of Tourism , Government of India Member of