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Panchami Garuda Seva

Panchami Garuda Seva

PANCHAMI GARUDA SEVA Tirumala, 21 July 2015: In the wake of the auspicious ceremony of Garuda Panchami on Tuesday,  Panchami Garuda Seva will be performed by TTD. The procession of Lord Malayappa Swamy on His favourite vehicle Garuda Vahanam usually takes place on the fifth day of annual brahmotsavams and …

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Sapthagiri Magazine

Sapthagiri Magazine

T.T.D Sapthagiri Magazine The Sapthagiri Magazine was started as ‘Sapthagiri Bulletin’ in the year 1949. It is a monthly Journal which is published in five Languages, namely, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Hindi, Sanskrit and English. Sapthagiri Magazine meant for propagating Hindu religion and philosophy to develop Bhakthi and positive thinking among …

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Annamayya Sankeertana Bhandara

Annamayya Sankeertana Bhandara

Annamayya Sankeertana Bhandara Annamayya Sankeertana Bhandara Near the porch on the westernside of Bhashyakara Sannidhi is a small room. It is called Talapakamara or Annamayya Sankeertana Bhandara. This room was once used to store copper plate collection of Annamayya Sankeertanas,  Songs composed by Talapakka Annamacharya, his son Pedda Tirumalacharya and …

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TTD Tirumala Darshan Tickets Online Quota

TTD Tirumala Darshan Tickets Online Quota

TTD Tirumala Darshan Tickets Online Quota TTD Tirumala Darshan Tickets Online Quota is raised to accommodate more devotees. “ON-LINE BOOKING MADE MORE PILGRIM-FRIENDLY”-TTD EO   TIRUMALA, JULY 3:  TTD Executive Officer Dr D Samba Siva Rao on Friday asserted that the management has taken initiative to make online booking more …

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TTD Tirumala Lucky Dip Booking System Enrollment

TTD Tirumala Lucky Dip Booking System Enrollment

TTD Tirumala Lucky Dip Booking System Enrollment Process and Status 1) Pilgrims are requested to get their names enrolled for the Arjitha Seva tickets under Randomized Numbering System (Dip), will be made from 11 am to 5 pm on the previous day of the Seva 2) Lucky Dip enrollment Timings: …

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Tirumala Tirupati Temple Monday Schedule

Tirumala Tirupati Temple Monday Schedule

Tirumala Tirupati Temple Monday Schedule – Arjitha Seva, Sarva Darshanam Details S.NoTimeSevas/ Darshan/ Actvities102:30 am- 03:00 amSuprabhatham (Suprabhatha Seva)203:30 am – 04:00 amThomala Seva (Ekantham)304:00 am – 04:15 amKoluvu and Panchaga Sravanam (Ekantham)404:15 am – 05:00 amFirst Archana, Sahasranamarchana (Ekantham)505:30 am – 06:30 amVisesha Pooja606:30 am – 07:00 amFirst Bell, …

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Chakra Snanam Significance

Chakra Snanam Significance

Chakra Snanam Significance Sudarshana Chakra Snanam Significance during Festivals According to Hindu Scriptures, Sudarshana Chakra is a spinning, disk-like weapon with 108 serrated edges used by Lord Sri Maha Vishnu. The Sudarshana Chakra may be depicted as an ayudhapurusha(anthropomorphic form). He is depicted as a fierce form of Vishnu. While the Sudarshana …

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Malayappa Swamy Muthangi alankaram

Malayappa Swamy Muthangi alankaram

Sri Malayappa Swamy Muthangi alankaram Sri Malayappa Swamy Muthangi alankaram – LORD MALAYAPPASWAMY ADORNED WITH MUTHANGI ALANKARAM Muthangi alankaram, Tirumala Tirumala, 2 June 2015: the Processional deity of Lord Sri Malayappaswamy along with His consorts adorned with Muthangialankaram (famous pearl-studded armour) were taken out in procession on the second day …

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SriVari Jyestabhishekam Tirumala

SriVari Jyestabhishekam Tirumala

SriVari Jyestabhishekam Tirumala SriVari Jyestabhishekam Tirumala Significance Legend of SriVari Jyestabhishekam Tirumala The festival of “Jyesthabhishekam” is performed in the holy month of Jyestha as per Hindu Almanac and the fete is completed coinciding the star of Jyestha in the constellation. This festival is also called “Abhidhyeyaka Abhishekam”. “Abhidhyeyakam” means …

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Venkateswara Swamy Vajra Kavacham

Sri Venkateswara Swamy Vajra Kavacham LORD MALAYAPPASWAMY ADORNED WITH VAJRA KAVACHAM – Venkateswara Swamy Vajra Kavacham Tirumala, 1 June 2015: Evening the processional deity of Lord Malayappa Swamy was adorned with Vajra Kavacham-the gold Armour studded with precious stones and diamonds were taken in a procession along four mada streets …

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