The main shrine is surrounded by seven prakaras and the outer most measures 3072 feet by 2521 feet.
It is called Adaiyavaliam prakara and it contains many streets and lanes.
It has certain shrines dedicated to adorable deities. The temple enshrining the images of
Dasavataras,and a few donated and endowed by Telugu devotees, like Alluri Venkaradriswamy and a host
of other patrons, adorned with Vijayanagara style of construction appeal to the eye, and are
visit worthy. The sixth prakara measuring 2180 x 1846, ear marked for the car festival is broad
and has many rows of houses.
It contains the great Samadhi of
Manavalamarnuni, besides post office, Ahobila Mutt etc. The fifth prakara
measuring by 1958 x1270, an architectural marvel is housing famous shrines, like Kudal
Vanamamalai Mutts, RamclnujaKutam along with choultries to accommodating the bhaktas of several denominations
of Hinduism. The fourth one going by the name of Alwar Tiruchi, measures 1235 x 849.
It has three towers and four gates. It contains the famous thousand pillared hall
measuring 450 x 130.
It contains Seshasayana mantap,
Ramanujacharya samadhi, Krishna sannidhi, Parthasarthi shrine, Chakravarthalwar
Kovil, Tayar Temple, Sri Ranganachar Koil, Sriranga vilas Audience Hall etc.
It enshrines the famous Kambar Mantap, besides housing the temple office,
shopping complex, gosala, library, museum and many important establishments.
Some shrines are adorned with sculptural marvels, like the slokas on Rama, Varaha etc are fashioned into idols.
A fine job! And a grand sight!! It is worth visiting and each has a speciality that pleases the senses.