Tirupati Darshan Procedure, Booking details, Ticket Cost
Dress code: Please wear
Men: White Pancha, Dhoti/ Kurta, Pyjama.
Female: Saree with blouse/ Punjabi Dress with Dupatta / Chudidhar with Dupatta/ Half Saree
Entry Point is from Supadam which is near Vaikuntam I Entrance.
12:00 pm – 6:00 pm. Darshan available Daily.
This privileged Darshan will be closed on special days such as Brahmotsavam days, Rathasapthami, Vaikunta Ekadasi, Vaikunta Dwadasi, Ugadi and other festival days.
Siblings under 12 years are allowed with no additional charges.
The infant must be 12 months and below. Date of Birth certificate will be requested if the child is near 12th month.
Only Infant’s mother, father and siblings can have this privileged Darshan.
Not allowed. Even if the mother or father carrying twins with them.
No restriction on the tickets. All eligible devotees can have Darshan.
Rs.300 per person to be paid at Supadam entrance.
1. Arrival within 30 days.
2. Passport with Valid Visa stamping
No, it is meant for NRIs who arrive in India.
On arrival reporting at Supadam entrance.
Darshan Timings: 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm. Daily.
Ticket Cost: Rs.300 per person.
Srivari Mettu is short and takes 2 hours. Whereas Alipiri Mettu is 4 hours – 4 hours 30 mins.
This walking path available from 6:00 am – 5:00 pm.
It remains open for 24 hours on Annual Garuda Seva.
Alipiri Mettu remains open for 24 hours.
Ticket Counter opens at 12:00 am for the following day Darshan.