Tirumala information

Tirupati Darshan Timings

Tirupati Darshan Timings

Tirupati Darshan Timings Tirupati Darshan Timings. Daily Sevas and Temple activities. S.No Time Event 1 02:30 am- 03:00 am Suprabhatham 2 03:30 am – 04:00 am Thomala Seva (Ekantham) 3 04:00 am – 04:15 am Koluvu and Panchaga Sravanam (Ekantham) 4 04:15 am – 05:00 am First Archana, Sahasranamarchana (Ekantham) …

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Thomala Seva

Thomala Seva

Sri Vari Thomala Seva Thomala Seva Description Arjita Seva means performing Seva to the Lord on payment of a fee to the temple. Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams oversee the worship of the Lord and His finances. There are three kinds of Sevas: Daily Seva, Weekly Seva and Periodical Sevas. Thomala Seva …

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Vrushabadri Hill in Tirumala

Vrushabadri Hill in Tirumala

Vrushabadri Hill in Tirumala History of Vrushabadri Hill in Tirumala Seven Hills in Tirumala are named as Venkatadri,Seshadri, Anjanadri, Garudadri, Neeladri, Vrishabhadri, simhadri. As per the sign board, the first hill is known as Vrushabadri. As per puranas, there was a demon by name Vrushabasura who was a devotee of …

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Sri Bhoo Varahaswamy

Sri Bhoo Varahaswamy

Sri Bhoo Varahaswamy Lord Sri Bhoo Varahaswamy is Swayambhoo. After the Lord rescued the earth by killing Hiranyaksha, at the request of Bhooma Devi, Lord Venkatesa stayed back here. Puranas mention that Lord ordered Garuda to get kreedaparvatham( where Lord used to sport with His consorts in Vaikuntam and which …

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Significance of Trekking The Holly Hills

Significance of Trekking The Holly Hills

Significance of Trekking The Holly Hills Significance of Trekking The Holly Hills : According to Thaithraya Upanishad, the Jeevatma/soul passes through five stages in its spiritual evolution, namely, Annamayya, Pranamaya, Manomaya,Vignanamaya and Anandamaya kosams. The piligrim to TIRUMALA approaches with Annamaya kosa. After a bath in Azhwar Theertham which is …

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Veda Paatashala Tirumala

Veda Paatashala Tirumala

Veda Paatashala Tirumala Veda paatashala Tirumala which is nearly 130 years old was started with a mission serve for the cause of protecting age old Hindu tradition, culture through Sanskrit Learning and began in 1884.Dharmagiri Veda pathashala which is located in the interior forest belt of Seshachalam ranges in Tirumala.So …

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Must see Temples in Tirupati

Must see Temples in Tirupati

Must see Temples in Tirupati Must see Temples in Tirupati during your trip. Sri Padmavathi Temple Tiruchanoor, is about 5 km from Tirupati and 5.5 Km from Railway station. The temple of Sri Padmavathi Devi, the consort of Lord Sri Venkateswara is situated here. Alamelu mangapuram is home to the …

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Admission of Non Hindus

Admission of Non Hindus

Admission of Non-Hindus into Tirumala Temple Admission of Non-Hindus Details: As per G.o Ms No. 311 Rev.Endts – 1 Dept, dt-09-04-1990 Non-Hindus Admission into T.T.D maintaining Temples: Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams Temples are Hindu Public Temples. They are generally Used as of Right only by the Hindu Community, However, there can …

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Akasaganga Gods service

Akasaganga Gods service

Akasaganga Gods service Story behind Akasaganga Gods service As per Legends, One of the items of service to which Tirumalai Nambi devoted himself was the carrying of water from the Papanasanam, a few miles away, for the daily ablution of the God. He used to carry the water-pot on the …

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Holiness Swamy Pushkarini

Holiness Swamy Pushkarini

Holiness Swamy Pushkarini Holiness Swamy Pushkarini in Tirumala A sacred bath can provide the advantage of performing the horse ritual, the ashwa medha yajna. A person who takes a holy bath in the lake will gain complete knowledge of himself, and will never commit any sin (na papey ramathe), and …

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