Swami Pushkarini at Tirupati
||The tank is well maintained by the temple authorities. The water is used only for performing religious rituals.
||The tank is not being maintained properly and the water quality has also been deteriorating over the years due to the blockage of the inlet pipes and also by the dumping of garbage.
||Sangameswara temple tank
||The tank goes dry during the summer months. Otherwise, the water is of average quality. It contains low level of dissolved solids.
||Veerabhadra Swami temple tank
||Veerabhadra Swami temple
||The tanks is in a very bad condition and the water is unfit for any use.
||The tank is well maintained and the water quality is also good.
||Sri Venkateswara temple
||The tank is being maintained well by the temple authorities.
||Tiruchanur temple tank
||The tank and its water is being maintained properly by the Tirupati Devasthanam board.
||The tank is being maintained well by the temple authorities. People are not allowed to bathe in the tank.
||Panaka Narasimha temple
||The tank is not well maintained. Encroachments have led to the block of both inlet and outlet ducts. Garbage is being dumped into the tank, making the water unfit for use.
||Alaghumallari Krishna temple tank
||Alaghumallari Krishna temple
||The tank is being maintained poorly. Garbage is being dumped into the tank by the residents. The water quality is bad.
||Varaha Narasimha temple
||The tank is being maintained well and the water quality is good, even potable.
||Rama Tirtham / Vibhuthikundam
||The water in the tank is of average quality. Devotees are allowed to bathe in the tank.
||Shiva temple tank
||The tank is in a very bad condition and cannot be used for even bathing.