Tirumala Temple

Tirupati Balaji

Tirupati Balaji Temple

Tirupati Balaji Tirupati Balaji Temple, History, Timings, Pooja details Tirupati Balaji History As per the Legend, there was a contest between Adisesha and Vayu. As part of the contest, Vayu tried to blow out all the thousand peaks of Meru Parvatha but Adisesha covered them with his thousand heads and protected them. Vayu being disappointed with his attempts stopped blowing. …

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Tirumala Sightseeing places

Tirumala Sightseeing places

Tirumala Sightseeing places Tirumala Sightseeing places, Visiting Hours and Route map Japali Theertham Distance from Tirumala Temple: 4.6 km away Timings: 6:00 am - 5:00 pm Temple is dedicated to Anjaneya Swamy. A holy bath in this Theertham will be relieved from fear and black magic. How to reach Japali Theertham? The direct bus/ Private Jeep/ Taxis are available from bus …

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Tirupati Temple

Tirupati Temple

Tirupati Temple Tirupati Temple Darshan, Seva, Route, Bookings, Room allotment counter and more details.   Tirupati Temple Steps Path There is two Steps way to Tirumala, which are Srivari Mettu and Alipiri Mettu. Srivari Mettu opens from 6 am - 5:30 pm. It is 2.1 km to reach Tirumala and takes 2 hours 30 mins by walk. Alipiri Mettu remains …

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Tirumala Tirupati Arjitha Seva Timings

Tirumala Tirupati Arjitha Seva Timings

Tirumala Tirupati Arjitha Seva Timings Tirumala Tirupati Arjitha Seva Timings, Cost and Booking procedure Daily Sevas S.No Seva Name Seva day Seva Reporting Time Seva start time Seva ticket cost Persons allowed/ticket 1 Suprabhatha Seva Daily 2:30 am 3:00 am Rs.120 1 2 Thomala Seva Tue-Wed-Thu 3:00 am 3:30 am Rs.220 1 3 Archana Tue-Wed-Thu 4:00 am 4:30 am Rs.220 …

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Pavalimpu Seva

Pavalimpu Seva

Pavalimpu Seva Pavalimpu Seva Or Ekantha Seva in Tirumala The Bhoga Srinivasa Murthy, except during the Dhanurmasa month, will be laid down on in the Cradle hung by silver chains hanging from a beam in the Mukha Mantap. This Mantap is known by Sayana Mantap, which means resting place. This Seva process is also known as Ekantha Seva. This is …

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Poolangi Seva

Poolangi Seva

Poolangi Seva in Tirumala Poolangi Seva Procedure This Seva will be performed in Ekantham only by the temple priests. Online booking, Current booking and Lucky dip booking are not available at this moment for this Seva.   Poolangi Seva Details After the mid-day Puja on Thursday, the Lord will be dressed only in Dhoti and Uttariyam. The Kasturi will also …

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Suprabhata seva

Suprabhata seva

Suprabhata Seva Suprabhata Seva in Tirumala Timings: 3:00 am - 3:30 am Time of Admission: 2:30 am Reporting Venue: Vaikutam I entrance. Numbers of Persons allowed: 1 per ticket. Even singles can perform this pooja. It is meant for all. Ticket Booking procedure: Tickets should be booked a month in advance by login into ttdsevaonline website.   General Questions Children should …

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Archana Seva

Archana Seva

Archana Seva Archana Seva in Tirumala Archana Seva Admission Timings: 4:30 am Seva duration: 30 mins. Number of persons on a ticket: 1 Seva Days: Tue, Wed and Thu   Tickets booking procedure Online Booking - Once in a month Arjitha Archana Seva tickets will be released for online booking. Devotees are allowed to book 2 tickets. Lucky Dip Booking …

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Kulashekarapadi

Kulashekarapadi

Kulashekarapadi Kulashekarapadi at Tirumala Srivari Temple It is a threshold to the Sanctum. It is stone step between the Sayana Mandapam and the Garbhagriha. It is given this name because Kulashekara Alwar, one of the great Vaishnavite saints, wished to be reborn as the threshold to the Lord's shrine. Rituals that cannot be accommodated in the Sanctum are performed here. …

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Tirumala Tirupati Two Brahmotsavams Reason

Tirumala Tirupati Two Brahmotsavams Reason

Tirumala Tirupati Two Brahmotsavams Reason Tirumala Tirupati Two Brahmotsavams Reason for celebration in a year Brahmotsavam celebrated during the Kanya Constellation in the Puttarasi month, commencing on the day the Shravana star is ascendant, as initiated by Lord Brahma. An additional Navaratri Brahamotsavam is conducted once in three years, when there is an Adhika Masa or Intercalary month in the …

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