Om Sri Sri Venkatesaya Namaha!
Venkateswara literally means "Lord of Venkata".
The word "Venkateswara" is a combination of the words "Venkata" (name of a hill
in Southern India) and "Isvara" (Lord).
The Venkateswara temple situated in the hill town of Tirumala at Tirupati in Chittoor
district of Andhra Pradesh, India; is a landmark Vaishnavite temple - considered
to be the richest and most visited place of worship in the world!
Sri Venkateswara Brahmotsavams - a nine-day event, which is celebrated every
year during month of October, is the major event of Sri Venkateswara Temple. During
this festival, the processional deity Lord Malayappa along with his concerts SriDevi
and BhuDevi, is taken in a procession in four mada streets around the temple on
different vahanams. Vahanams include Dwajarohanam, Pedda Sesha Vahanam, Chinna Sesha
Vahanam, Hamsa Vahanam, Simha Vahanam, Muthaypu pandiri Vahanam, Kalpavriksha Vahanam,
Sarava Bhoopala Vahanam, Mohini Avataram, Garuda Vahanam, Hanumantha Vahanam, Swarna
Rathotsavam(Golden Chariot, Gajavahanam, Rathotsavam(Chariot), Ashwa Vahanam, Chakra
Visit the picture
on Tirumala Temple here
about Lord Venkateswara here