Located 120 km from Tirupati, the temple’s presiding deity is Lord Venkateswara, whom the Muslims treat as their son-in-law.
They believe that Lord Balaji married a Muslim woman named Bibi Nancharamma, who was the daughter of a general named Malik Kafur in 1311 AD.
Hundreds of Muslims throng the temple on Ugadi day, offering prayers between 5 am and 6 pm. A typical offerering to the deity is Vepapathi, which is made of jaggery and sugarcane.
After all they were once Hindus and converted by force