his brother,Balarama.They reveal to him that after the fall of Bheesma the battle was not fought in accorddance with the laid down norms. In other words, the battle was fraught with all that is adharma. Pained at the devolpment,Balarama embarks on a piligrimage. As a part of it he visits Tirumala and worshipped Lord Venkateswara. This apart, the temple had an ancient andf chequered history. According to availble inscriptions,the existence of the temple traces back to the 3rd Century A.D.The sanctum sanctorum,also known as the Ananda nilayam, meaning the abode of bliss,was renovated in 614 A.D.And an indication to this effect can be found in the palm leaf books said to have been written by Perim Devi, one of the queens of the Pallava Dynasty. The temple witnessed immense development during the reign of the Pallava during the 9th Century A.D.,while it received further facelift during the period of the Cholas and the Pandyas. The first Brahmotsavam (annual festival) to the Lord was celebrated in 1328 A.D. under the aegis of the Pallava King, Vijayaganga Gopala Indian Search Engine
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