Tirupati Kalyana Mandapam Booking Procedure, Cost and Contact number
Standard Hall Allotment Timings: 3:00 pm to 3:00 pm.
Kalyana Mandapam Capacity: 20 to 250 members.
Tirupati Kalyana Mandapam Booking Procedure
- The Bride must be 18 years and above.
- The Groom must be 21 years and above.
- The Bride, Groom and their families must be Hindus
- Only Hindu arranged marriages are allowed here in Tirumala.
- The Bride and Groom’s Aadhar Cards, 10th mark sheet photocopies required.
- The Bride Parents and Groom parents Photo ID proofs have to be submitted
- The unmarried certificate has to be submitted by Bride and Groom
- Bride parents and Groom parents must be available for Hall Booking
- Hall Booking opens on 90th day from the date of marriage.
- Marriage Hall and 2 Rooms will be allotted from 3:00 pm onwards.
- Early check-in may not be possible.
- Booking receipt is mandatory for Room and Hall allotment.
- Online booking is not available for Devasthanam Halls as document verification is a must before allotment.
- In the case of parents absence, Guardians Photo ID proofs along with the other valid documents stating the reason required.
- Darshan for 6 members which include Bride and Groom is available. It might change with Devasthanam rules.
Marriage Registration procedure in Tirumala Tirupati
- Wedding Invitation Card
- Birde, Groom’s Aadhar card and 10th mark sheet photocopies
- Birde parents and Groom parents Photo ID proofs
- Three witnesses along with their Photo ID proofs.
- Marriage receipt from the hall manager
- The marriage registration office is located at SMC, Tirumala.
What is included in the Marriage Booking cost?
- Marriage Hall rent for 24 hours
- Two Rooms Rental charges for 24 hours
Electricity charges, water charges have to be paid additionally at the end. Decoration, Catering services are not included in the hall booking charges.
For more details or Support, please WhatsApp or Call @ 93 93 93 9150
Hall booking may not be possible during festival days such as Brahmotsavam, Vaikunta Ekadasi/ Dwadasi, Rathasapthami and other auspicious days.