Sri Venkatesa Perumal sits majestically in the middle of 4 streets. The "Dwajasthambam" can be viewed from the entrance, as well as the Bali Peedam and the Kodi Maram(flag post). If we move further ahead, we can see "Garuda Azhwar" praying to the Lord,facing the main deity. As we move forward, we reach the Maha Mandapam and the Ardah Mandapam. On entering,devotees gain the spiritual experience hearing the divine words "Om Namo Narayana" from within their hearts. The main deity is in the form of a "Swayambu" in the Sanctum Sanctorum (Garbagraham). Tha Lord "Sri Venkatesa Perumal" facing eastward, giving his divine darisanam, with the blessings of the Lord, experience an inner calm and a flow of divine energy within. Devotees then come out to the inner "Prakaram" (corridor) of the temple. Mowving clockwise, there is the sannidhi of "Venugopalasamy" and then on the south exit of the mandapam is "Chakrathazwar" facing east. After gaining the blessing of Him, one tracks back to the inner prakaram, is the sannidhi of "Anjanaiyar".
The Melai Tirupathi temple is an abode of Lord Venkatesa Perumal, located in mondipalayam in Tirupur district of Tamil Nadu. The location of the temple is approximately 45 kilometers from the city of coimbatore, in Coimbatore-Sathyamangalam highway, 5 kms east of pasur vilage on the Annur-Sathy Highway.

The other possible routes are through Tirupur at a distance of 30km via Avinashi, or through Sathyamangalam at a distance of 27 km via Punjai Piuliampatti.

The temple was built over a "Suyambu" which was discovered by Kondamanayakkar approximately 300 years ago. At the time of discovering the Suyambu, he was living in the village of alathur, and a strong devotee to lord Venkatesa Perumal. In his dream on a fine day, Lord Venkatesa Perumal incepted the thought of his appearance on a specific day on the current location of the temple.
This festival is celebrated with grandeur in the tamil month of purattasi (during September/October months) for 6 consecutive Saturdays. People converge at the temple from various places across India and even overseas.