Lord Venkateswara although exercises unlimited and autocratic sway
over the entire region, He has not monopolized devotion, nor does He look
down upon the bhaktas worshipping other gods and goddesses. In Tirupathi and Tirumala too,
there are many shrines of various sizes dedicated to Lord Siva, Sri Rama,
Anjaneya, goddesses, like Ganagamma, Annapurneswari, Rajarajeswari, Kaliamma, and Vinayaka to mention only a few. Among such, there are nearly
four big sized shrines built and maintained for the exclusive worship of Lord
Vinayaka. All of them are modest in construction and simple in adornment.
They are single celled mandirs. They are housed in busy parts of the town,
like on the bank of the sacred Govindarajaswamy tank opposite his shrine,
Chintakayala street. near the Panchamukha Anjaneyaswamy temple and at the
cross roads of the newly built Padmavathy Kalyana Mandapam.
This Sarvasiddhi Vinayaka temple seems small, but its adorers are
great in number, as evidenced by -huge' crowds overflowing the compound in
mornings and evenings. As it is on the way to Alamelu Mangapurani, devout
bhaktas alight at this shrine to offer prayers.