Tirumala Temple

Vasanthotsavam

Vasanthotsavam

Detailed Info on Vasanthotsavam Seva Timings in Tirumala and Seva Details. Vasanthotsavam Seva Timings: 2:30 pm to 3:00 pm. Ticket cost: Rs.200 per person. One can book 2 tickets using 1 login ID. The devotees are allowed to have Darshan thru Supadam after Seva. It is a Daily Seva in …

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TTD 300 rs Ticket Darshan Timings

TTD 300 rs Ticket Darshan Timings

A devotee can get Rs.300 Darshan Ticket online at T.T.D official website. TTD 300 rs ticket darshan timings Rs.300 Darshan tickets are also available at Tirupati Head Post Office. A devotee should visit Head Post office in person for Rs.300 Darshan Ticket.  Tirupati Head Post office is located near Gangamma Temple. …

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Tiruppavada Seva

Tiruppavada Seva

Tiruppavada Seva Reporting Time: 5 a.m and Starting Time: 6:15 a.m Reporting Venue: VQC I entrance. Tiruppavada Seva Description Tiruppavada Seva will be performed only Thursday’s. Tiruppavada Seva starts around 6:15 a.m, in Tirumamani Mandapam. A large quantity of Pulihora ( Tamarind rice) will be cooked and offered to the Lord Sri …

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Dolotsavam

Dolotsavam

Dolotsavam Seva Description, Timings, Darshan and Dress Code Dolotsavam or Unjal Seva Reporting Time:  11:30 am at Supadam Entrance. Devotees will be allowed for Darshan followed by Seva at Aina Mahal near Dwajasthambham. Dolostavam starts at 1:45 pm. Children under 12 years don’t need Seva tickets, it is free entry …

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Sampangi Pradakshinam

Sampangi Pradakshinam

Sampangi Pradakshinam Description The outer pradakshinam for the temple (pradakshinam which lies in between the outer and inner gopuram) is known as Sempangi Pradakshinam. The main temple has three praakarams. Between the outermost and middle praakarams is the second pathway for Pradakshinam. As this area was full of Sempangi trees, this came …

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Ananda Nilayam

Ananda Nilayam

Once we enter Vimana Pradakshina corridor, we can have a clear view of Ananda Nilaya Vimanam which is fully coated with gold. It is known as Ananda Nilayam (Anandha Nilayam) because it bestows Anandam or bliss to everyone. The Puranas states that Lord Sri Venkateswara once appeared here in this …

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Significance of Kalyana utsavam Tirumala

Significance of Kalyana utsavam Tirumala

The Lord’s consort is taken as a metaphor for the “jeevathma”, the individual Self. The Lord is the paramathma, the total Self. The jeevathma gets deluded by moha (as Sita did when aspiring for the golden deer) and gets separated from the paramathma. Further, the jeevathma suffers from the tyranny …

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Thulabharam in Tirumala

thulabharam in tirumala

Thulabharam in Tirumala Temple Location and Process, Booking details Thulabharam in Tirumala Temple is held at the 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 …

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Weekly sevas in Tirumala

Weekly sevas in Tirumala

Weekly Sevas in Tirumala, As enlisted already, Visesha Pooja, Astadala paada padmaaradhanamu, Sahasrakalasaabhishekam, Thiruppavada seva, Poolangi Seva and Vastralankarana seva (Thirumanjanam) are the sevas performed to Lord Venkateswara. Weekly sevas in Tirumala Visesha Pooja During this sevai, adiyen is told that Archanai is performed to Lord Venkateswara with bilva leaves …

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Archana Seva in Tirumala

Archana Seva in Tirumala

Description of Archana Seva in Tirumala, Timings, Dress Code. On completion of Thomala Seva, The next and most important Seva is the Archana Seva. Archana or Sahasranamarchana (1000 Name Recital) is performed to the main deity Lord Venkateshwara amidst chanting of his one thousand names. Archana Seva Timings: 4.45 A.M. to …

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