Jana Sena Party (JSP) chief Pawan Kalyan on Monday spent his time visiting places of importance at Tirumala.
Accompanied by his cheering supporters, he trekked to the sacred Japali Theertham, the abode of Lord Hanuman situated in the midst of the thick Tirumala forest about five kilometres from the town, and from there he trekked to Dhruva Theertham located at a higher altitude about 400 metres behind the temple.
Later, he also paid a visit to Papavinasanam Theertham.
Mr. Pawan Kalyan, who reached the town on foot on Saturday night, confined himself to his suite in a private mutt the next day after the darshan of Lord Venkateswara.
Sources close to him said Mr. Pawan Kalyan wished to spend a couple of days in peace ahead of embarking on his ambitious bus yatra, the date of which is yet to be announced.
Even though speculation is rife that the details of his bus yatra will be made public at Tirupati on Tuesday, the programme is likely to get postponed by a day, in view of Gangamma Jatara.
It is also not known as to when he would interact with the villagers of Settipalli, even though the programme, which according to his aides, is on the top of his agenda.