As per the history of the Kanchipuram Pallavas and Cholas who belonged to Tanjore who belonged to 10 century and the 14th as well as 15th century Vijayanagara pradhans, they were devoted highly to lord Venkateshwara. When Malik Kafur invaded Srirangam in 1310-11 AD, the diety of Srirangam was hidden in the Ranga Mandapam of the temple. Later on, when the Vijayanagara kinds were ruling as per balaji temple history, the temple got a lot of wealth and increased in size, as many donations came in gold and diamond. The Vimana or inner Shrine roof was built with gold by the donations of Shri Krishna Deva Raya of Vijayanagara kinds in 1517, apart from donating a lot of gold and diamonds which goes in the story behind balaji temple. This led to the statues of the king and his wife to be built inside the premises. When the Vijayanagara empire fell down, various kings from Mysore and areas like Gadwal became worshipers and donated money and ornaments and many valuables. The General of Marathas Raghoji I Bhonsle who died in 1755 once came to the temple and ordered for its expansion and put in place an administration which would be permanent, to look after the carrying out of different activities of the temple. The temple has a statue of Raja Todar Mal, the minister of revenue of Akbar, where he is greeting the pilgrims into the temple.
With the introduction of Madras Presidency in 1843 the Shri Venkateswara temple administration along with many other smaller shrines were given to Seva Dossji who belonged to the Mutt at Hathiramji at Tirumala as the Vicaranakarta according to story behind balaji temple. This went on for another century till the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams or TTD became established under the act of TTD 1932. After the creation of the state of Andhra Pradesh, Tirupati was assigned under the state as there were many telugu speaking people and so the government of india assigned the TTD to the Andhra government which is said about balaji history. TTD began to be administered by a newly formed board of trustees, the number of which has increased over the years from 5 to 15 by 1987 through different acts. Nowadays, the operatives on a daily basis are being done by the executive officer appointed by order of the government of AP. There are about 75,000 number of pilgrims everyday to the temple and the yearly budget that was latest provided in 2008 was about 10 million rupees apart from which the TTD runs different kinds of charitable trusts and gets donations from devotees.