Tumburu Theertham is one of the natural watercourses, which dates back to the Vedic ages. The story behind the formation of the Theertham states that a Gandharva cursed sage Agastya’s lazy wife to become a toad that had to survive in this pond till the sage arrived. When sage Agastya came here with his disciples, the toad took the Gandharva form and hence the pond was known as Tumburu Theertham
Bathing in this water is really refreshing and is said to wash away the evils and confer good fortune. There is a platform built by the temple governance where the running water is diverted for devotees to take the water first in hand. Every pilgrim visiting Tirumala Tirupati must and should visit this place.
- Some of the interesting places on Tirumala Hills like Gogarbham, Papavinasanam, Venugopala Temple are located on the way to Akasha Ganga Theertham. Pilgrims can visit these places by taking a Free bus or a Taxi.
- A.P.S.R.T.C buses are available from Kalyani Choultry near CRO from 5 a.m every day with a twenty-minute frequency.
Tumburu Theertham Tirumala : Distance: 16 Km from Main Temple
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