Tirumala Darshan Timings

Tirumala Darshan Timings

Tirumala Darshan Timings and Types of Darshan available in Tirumala.

  • Divya Darshan
  • Special Entry Darshan
  • Privileged Darshan
  • Senior Citizens / Differently Abled
  • Newly wed in Tirumala
  • Angapradakshinam
  • Admission for Non Hindus
  • For Children and Infants
Divya Darshan is the free Tirumala darshan where in the pilgrims wait for their turn to catch the glimpse of Lord in the compartments of Vaikuntham Queue Complex II. Divya Darshan means ‘darshan for all’.

Pilgrims who come by walk via Alipiri and Srivari Mettu footpath routes to Tirumala comes under this category.

In Tirumala free accommodation is available for pilgrims in PACs (Pilgrim Amenities Complex), free tonsuring, free Darshan and free meals are also available at Matrusri Tarigonda Vengamamba Annaprasada Bhavan or at PAC II

The timings for Divya Darshan (Tirumala Darshan) are different on different days of the week.

On normal days, about 3-4 hours are allotted for Divya Darshan and on peak days it goes to 10 hours.

The entrance for Temple darshan is through the Vaikuntam Queue Complex

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T.T.D website for booking www.ttdsevaonline.com

Special Entry Darshan is to arrange quick Tirumala Darshan to the Pilgrims when the crowd rush is heavy.

Cost of the Ticket is Rs.300/- per person and is issued at VQC-I.

T.T.D website for Darshan tickets Online booking www.ttdsevaonline.com

There is a special entry point thru Supadam for NRIs , in-service military personnel, less than a week old newly married couple, parents with infants below one year of age, for the family of employees.

Differently abled and the Senior Citizen devotees, men should be 65 years and above, women should be 60 years and above to access Special Darshan line. Special entry Darshan line is near Tirumala Nambi Temple in South mada street, which is beside main Temple.

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The pilgrims falling under this category will be allowed in two different slots at 10am and 3pm every day on showing the age proof id-cards/ relevant medical certificates.

Couple who ties the knot in the abode of Lord Venkateswara in Purohit Sangam comes under this category.

The total expenditure for a marriage is Rs.865 out of which Rs.500 is Dakshina to Purohit, Rs.300 to melam and Rs.65 towards marriage video.

T.T.D provides free Tirumala darshan to the couple and their parents-a total of six members through Supadham along with a laddu for each person at a subsidized price of Rs.10

Purohit sangam is at Papavinasanam Road.


Tickets issued Place: Central Reception Office, Tirumala

Ticket Issued Time at C.R.O : 2 p.m

No.of Tickets to be issued: 750

Pilgrims who plan to do Angapradakshinam should stand in Queue at C.R.O office counter.

Tickets will be issued for next day , It is free and ticket is issued using biometric finger print.

At 1:30 am, the next day devotee should report at Supadam Entrance after having bath.

It is good to take bath in Swamy Pushkarini and Do Darshan at Aadi Varaha Swamy Temple before Entering Angapradakshina.


Pilgrims should have taken bath and there should be wetness in the clothes.

Next day

Dress code : Women should wear saree , Men should wear only dhoti
By 2:30am you will be inside the temple. You have to lie flat on ground & perform the Angapradakshinam in the inner prakaram.

Immediately after this Pilgrims will be allowed for Tirumala Darshan. This is very good because Suprabhatham pooja also will be going on at same time.

In and Out time from the Temple is just 2 hrs.

For Tirupati Darshan Packages, Please call @ +91 93 93 93 9150

Admission for Non Hindus

As per G.o Ms No. 311 Rev.Endts – 1 Dept, dt-09-04-1990

Admission of Non Hindus 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 be no objection for admission of Non-Hindu into the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams Temples provided He/She furnishes a declaration in the prescribed form stating faith and reverence in Lord Venkateswara.

The declarations forms are available at Vaikuntam Queue Complexes/JEO’s camp Office/ Reception Offices/All Sub Inquiry Offices in Tirumala.

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Tirumala Darshan Ticket is not required children below 12 years of Age. One must carry Age proof of the Child.

Special Entry for Tirumala Darshan is available for Infants and His/Her parents below 1 year age thru Supadam.

e-Darshan Counters in Tirupati

T.T.D has introduced e-Darshan facility, where in the pilgrim is provided with Tirumala Darshan slot before actually the pilgrim reach Tirumala. e-darshan counters were established in most of the T.T.D Kalyanamandapams and Information Centres in all most all parts of Andhra Pradesh and outside Andhra Pradesh. Pilgrims are allowed inside Vaikuntam Queue Complex-I, as per the time slot.

For Tirumala Darshan : e-Darshan Tokens are available at

Sri Vaari Sannidhi, which is on the way to Kapila Theertham from R.T.C Bus station( 1 km from Bus station).

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Mahathi Auditorium

Address: NTR Circle, Town Club, Tirupati

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Opposite Renigunta Railway station

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If Devotee fails to get Rs.300 tickets online, there is one more way for Tirumala Darshan, Tirumala Darshan tickets are issued Tirupati Head Post Office.


  1. Dear Sir

    I am traveling from Hyderabad for Tirumala darshan on 3rd March 2020 but I am not able to get ticket online for special darshan and also I am facing the challenge to book an accommodation


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