Tirupati: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N
Kirankumar Reddy on Wednesday inaugurated a pilgrim amenities complex
constructed at a cost of about Rs 65 crore by Tirumala
Tirupati Devasthanam, which manages the famous hill shrine of
The complex, Vishnu Nivas, was built on 4.11 acres close
to the Railway Station here, TTD sources told a news agency.
It consists of six floors with 408 furnished rooms,
including 204 air-conditioned rooms, 24 dormitories, pilgrim
waiting halls, restaurants, banks and ATM counters.
The complex, which can accommodate 2500 devotees, has a
parking-lot at its basement which can house 165 four-wheelers
and 200 two-wheelers, they added.
Later, Reddy laid the foundation stone for a fully
automatic multi-level car parking centre here to be
constructed by Tirupati Municipal Corporation at an estimated
cost of about Rs 40 crore.