Waiting Time in Tirupati Today and Tomorrow, Crowd status and Reporting Place in Tirumala.
Slotted Sarva Darshan Tickets quota: 8000 per day
Darshan Timings: 8.00 am to 12.00 am
Aadhar Card is mandatory for Ticket booking at Srinivasam Complex (Opposite Tirupati Bus station) which opens at 6.00 am.
Online Free Darshan tickets might be available from 24Sep onwards. Please note that the Darshan tickets are issued for the next day Darshan at the counter. Darshan Ticket is not required for children under 12 years. There are about 10 counters available in the Srinivasam complex.
Darshan and Ticket Counter Waiting Time in Tirupati
|Day||Expected Darshan Waiting time|
|Monday||1 hour 45 mins to 2 hours 15 mins|
|Tuesday||1 hour 45 mins to 2 hours 15 mins|
|Wednesday||1 hour 45 mins to 2 hours|
|Thursday||2 hours to 2 hours 30 mins|
|Friday||2 hours 15 mins to 2 hours 30 mins|
|Saturday||2 hours 15 mins to 2 hours 45 mins|
|Sunday||2 hours 15 mins to 2 hours 45 mins|
The above-mentioned timings might vary on festival days and special days. The crowd waiting time will be high on weekends.
The crowd is normal in Tirumala. Daily, 23000 to 25000 devotees are having Darshan. A limited number of devotees are allowed on all days, following COVID measures. Ticket is mandatory for all devotees, without Darshan tickets the devotees are not allowed to Tirumala.
Free Darshan Ticket counter Waiting Time
|Day||Expected Counter Waiting time|
|Monday||2 hours 30 mins to 3 hours|
|Tuesday||2 hours to 3 hours|
|Wednesday||2 hours to 3 hours|
|Thursday||3 hours to 4 hours|
|Friday||3 hours to 4 hours|
|Saturday||3 hours to 4 hours|
|Sunday||3 hours to 4 hours|
Free Darshan reporting place: VQC II, Tirumala
Reporting time will be mentioned on the Darshan ticket.