Thirupathi Venkatachalapathy history is The King Sri Krishnadevaraya who rulers of the southern peninsula have paid homage to Lord Sri Venkateswara in Thirupathi. The The King Origin Pallavas are rules the area Kancheepuram (9th century AD), The King Origin Cholas rules Thanjavur (a century later), The King Origin Pandyas rules the Madurai, and the kings and chieftains of Vijayanagar (14th - 15th century AD) were devotees of the Lord Vishnu and they dedicate more costly things to this temple.
It was during period of the Vijayanagar dynasty that the contributions to the temple increased. Sri Krishnadevaraya had contribute more statues to this Temple, and now also we can see the statues in Thriputhi temple.
After the decline of the Vijayanagar dynasty, nobles and chieftains from all parts of the country continued to pay their homage and offer gifts to the temple. The Maratha general, Raghoji Bhonsle, visited the temple and set up a permanent endowment for the conduct of worship in the temple. He also presented valuable jewels to the Lord, including a large emerald which is still preserved in a box named after the General. Among the later rulers who have endowed large amounts are the rulers of Mysore and Gadwal.
In 1843 AD, the East India Company divested itself of the direct management of non-Christian places of worship and native religious institutions. The administration of the shrine of Sri Venkateswara and a number of estates were then entrusted to Sri Seva Dossji of the Hatiramji Mutt at Tirumala, and the temple remained under the administration of the Mahants for nearly a century, till 1933 AD.
In 1933, the Madras Legislature passed a special act, which empowered the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams(TTD) Committee to control and administer a fixed group of temples in the Tirumala-Tirupati area, through a Commissioner appointed by the Government of Madras.
In 1951, the Act of 1933 was replaced by an enactment whereby the administration of TTD was entrusted to a Board of Trustees, and an Executive Officer was appointed by the Government .
The provisions of the Act of 1951 were retained by Charitable and Religious Endowments Act, 1966.
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