RAINS ADD NEW GLAMOUR TO SESHACHALA RANGES
TIRUMALA WRAPPED UP IN THE ARMS OF “MOTHER NATURE”
MIST, WATERFALLS ENHANCE BEAUTY OF SEVEN HILLS
TIRUMALA, NOVEMBER 10: Lust green forest cover, dwelling place to several wonders of the nature including varieties of rare species of plants and animals are the general phrases used to describe Seshachala ranges. But it’s beauty has been enhanced with the incessant rains which was witnessed in Tirumala in the last 24 hours.
Throughout the15km long Second Ghat road, streams of water emerging from the hilly rocks, added the glamour quotient of Tirumala hills. It’s been a rare spectacle for the passersby as water streams on second ghat road occurs only there a unprecedented heavy downpour in Tirumala. The pilgrim devotees got down from their vehicles and trapped the beautiful images in their cell phones, cameras etc. taking photos with families and selfies with friends. People of all ages had a great time in relishing the nature’s beauty.
All the vehicles which usually rush to reach Tirumala to have darshan of Lord, chose to travel at a slow pace to enjoy “Never Seen Before”, beauties of Seshachala Ranges.
On the other hand, the fog and mist which wrapped up the entire Ghat road and Tirumala environs provided a different look to the hill town.
Apart from Malavadi Gundem and Kapilateertham water falls several others including Ghanta Teertham, Mukku Teertham provided a rare feast to the eyes of pilgrims as their appearance happens very rarely and is possible only there is a heavy downpour in interior forests.
The Check dams also outflowing with rain waters in the first Ghat road appeared as if small rivulets are flowing all through Tirumala.
The greenery appeared fresh and pilgrim devotees who trekked the newly constructed Annamaiah Marg bridge rejoiced the beauty of valley near Akkagarlagudi.
On the whole, the day in Tirumala provided a visual treat to lovers of nature with its spellbound beauty.
ISSUED BY TTD PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER, TIRUPATI