Bharat, the land of spiritual bliss is strongly believed to be pervaded by the Lords, their deep imprints and a sense of divine presence, eternally available in the environment around. The presence of deities is often felt in the structures called temples, which are the epitomes of the great, age old, rich Hindu Sanatana Dharma. Located on the picturesque Seshachalam Hill Ranges of Tirumala is accredited as being the most visited temple in India and the world. The “Temple Legend” is made out of references from a range of ancient scriptures in many Puranas. These extracts describe the sanctity and antiquity of the deity, temple and the hills around Tirumala. The legends taken from the Venkatachala Mahatmya and the Varaha Purana, pertaining to the manifestation of the Lord at Tirumala, Adi Varaha manifested himself on the western bank of the Swami Pushkarini (temple tank), while Vishnu in the form of Venkateswara came in to reside on the southern bank.