thulabharam tirumala tirupati

 Thulabharam Tirumala Tirupati Temple

Thulabharam  Tirumala Tirupati Temple is held Opposite to Srivari Padi Kavali. In the Thulabaram ritual, a devotee sits on a pan of the weighing balance and the other pan is filled with materials greater than the weight of the devotee. Devotees usually offer sugar, jaggery or coins.

The commodity used to weigh is donated to Tirumala Venkateswara Temple. T.T.D, the administrative body of the temple, provides the materials needed for performing Tulabharam. Few devotees fulfill their vows by exchanging with Rupee coins. Few fulfill their vows by Niluvudopidi i.e, they simply remove whatever the ornaments they wear and drop the same in the Hundi. Behind Thulabaram, we find Central Control Room where all the closed circuit T.Vs are constantly monitored in a single place.

Thulabharam Tirumala Tirupati Temple

The T.T.D has simplified the procedure of Thulabharam inside Srivari Temple and made it convenient for both the devotee and also for the Institution.

New procedure : the T.T.D accepts all offerings in the form of cash only and fixed rates as per quantity to the weight of person or child Like the value of Rs. 1 Offered is Rs.220 per one kg, Rs.5 offered is Rs.380 per one kg. Similarly, Rice per kg is valued at Rs.30 (changes as per market rate), Sugar at Rs.60 ( changes as per market rate), and Jaggery at Rs.50 ( changes as per market rate) and Sugar Candy at Rs.60 (changes as per current market rate).

The entire process of Thulabharam accounts is handled by two nationalized banks Indian Bank and Syndicate bank inside the temple. ‘An amount on par with money collected is deposited in the bank.The banks operate the Thulabaram account by shift – It is Indian Bank during day time and Syndicate during night.

if someone brings in the coins it will be considered for Thulabharam at the end devotee has to deposit coins in Srivari Hundi after weighing.


Thulabharam Tirumala Tirupati FAQ’s

1) No special ticket is required for Thulabharam, Darshan ticket will do for that

2) After entering Mahadwaram, Thulabharam site is on the left corner, please find the Thulabharam Tirumala Tirupati in the photo-Gallery

3) After Thulabharam, you are allowed to rejoin Darshan Queue.

4) Your complete family can go for Thulabharam site and there is age limit for weighing at Thulabharam site

5) Thulbharam Tirumala Tirupati is operating for 24 hours.


Thulabharam Tirumala Tirupati Photo Gallery



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  1. Hi,

    We have booked Arjitha Bramhotsavam on 10th Aug, 2016. Is it possible to go for Tulabharam while going for this Seva Darshan?

    • Dear Sir,
      Yes, you can perform Thulabharam after Seva and while going for Darshan. First Seva -> Report at Supadam for Darshan -> Thulabharam -> Darshan

  2. how many are allowed along with infants

  3. I will be coming to Tirumala for Thulabaram on Saturday July 16th with my baby along with my wife, Father in law and Mother in law. Are we all allowed inside for thulabharam and for dharshan as well?

  4. Hello sir,ma son aged 2 gonna weigh der any direct entry to it?can we carry water or any snacks fr ma kid As it wil tak time?tell hw long it will take to complete thulabaram n dharshan?

    • Dear Madam,
      There is no direct entry for Thulabharam. Yes, water and snacks are allowed. Thulabharam will not take more than 20 mins . Darshan time varies from 1 hour to 1 hour 30 mins

  5. Hi sir,

    I am planning to come to tirumala for thulababharam for my son aged 2 years in august along with my parents,my husband and my in law’s and my brother(total 8 people).

    during thulabharam will all can be disconnected from queue to see thulabharam or only limited persons?

  6. Hello sir
    We plan to give tulabaram to my 1 years child..We pray to give jagery. doubt is shall I bring from my home loan or shall v purchase there…

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