Tirupati Balaji Temple’s net worth reaches Rs 3 Lakh crore:’Richer’ than top Indian brands 

Apeksha Agarwal

The Tirupati balaji temple of India which is also known as Srinivasa, Venkateswara or Tirumala Venkateswara temple which is situated in town of Tirumala of Andhra Pradhesh. The temple is considered as the most visited and the richest temple in the world. This temple marked its landmark and the history for all the hindu’s as they belive in hindu mythology, which says that the temple is built to worship lord Vishnu who resides here in his age of Kali. Also, people from all over the world come to visit the temple and donate money as the contribution for temple or as a part of their devotion. The temple is also called as TTD (Tirumala Tirupathi Devasthanams).

The sources of temple’s net worth 

This temple of Andhra Pradesh, India come on the top of the list of most richest temples in the world, which also tells the net worth of the temple. According to the 2022 when white paper released (an authorized document which gives an information about the specific topic) the net worth may reached upto 3 lakh crore of the temple which is compared to the biggest cricketers of all time like Sachin Tendulkar earned 1,300 Crore, Virat Kohli earned Rs 1,000 crore, also the big marketing companies like TATA Motors, Nestle and Balaji Finserve etc valued as 2.6 lakh crore. 

The temple’s executive officer, Dharma Reddy announced the turn over of the temple besides the contribution of devotees, he said 11,225 kg of gold deposits from the devotees in form of devotion in various banks, the temple deity is adorned by 1.2 tons of gold and 10 tons of silver ornaments. Beside this the contribution of devotees from all over the world, various trust and NGO’s run by the temple authority.

Apart from this, the temple has 6,000 acres of land of forest and 7,636 acres limit of land on 75 different locations which consist of 1,023acres agricultural land and 6,409 acres non- agricultural land which produces the handsome amount of money.    

Moreover, 71 other temples of country run in the association of with the temple and it also had other 535 other assets, where 159 are under lease whose turn over is around 4 crore. The temple owns the Kalyan and mandapamas at 307 places over the country, from which 29 are under endowment department in lease and other 166 are on lease. It also run 97 mandapamas and collect the turn over of 1,021 crore from the devotion of Srivani trust.

The more temple collects the more temple donates, Tirupati Balaji Temple runs many associations and trust all over the country and the temple become the highest visited places and worship center for Hindu’s nowadays. 

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