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Tirumala Tirupathi Devasthanams Issues special darshan tickets for January, February From 9 January

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The Tirumala Tirupathi Devasthanams (TTD) releases online quota Special Entry Darshan (SED) tickets for Lord Venkateswara Swamy devotees in Tirumala for the months of January and February from 9th january.

Devotees have been asked to book their tickets forTirumala Tirupathi Devasthanams online beginning at 10 a.m. today.

“The TTD will release the Rs.300 online quota for January 12 to 31 and February on January 9 at 10 a.m. “Devotees are asked to keep this in mind and book their tickets online,” the TTD said in a tweet.

Every day, over 50,000 pilgrims visit the Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple. By December 23, 2022, 62,055 pilgrims had performed darshan, according to Tirumala Tirupathi Devasthanams.

The annual Adhyayanotsavams began on December 23, 2022 evening at Tirumala temple at Ranganayakula Mandapam. The annual 25-day festival starts 11 days before Vaikuntha Ekadasi and ends on January 15.

 

Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) is an independent trust that manages temples in Andhra Pradesh, including the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple. The trust is in charge of the operations and finances of the world’s richest and most visited religious centre.

Click here to book tickets for Tirumala Tirupathi Devasthanams

The festival is unique in that all 4000 hymns written by 12 Alwars, known as Nalayira Divyprabandha Pasurams, are recited every day, according to Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam in a statement.
The TTD-run Venkateswara temple in Andhra Pradesh’s Tirupati district is thought to be Lord Vishnu’s residence during the current Kali Yuga.

It also participates in a variety of social, religious, literary, and educational activities. TTD is based in Tirupati and employs approximately 16,000 people.

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TTD offers a variety of services to pilgrims visiting Tirumala and Tirupati, including bus transportation, food, and lodging. It keeps the queue management system running, as well as making head tonsure and laddu distribution easier. It operates information and ticketing centres in the country’s major towns and cities. It operates a number of wedding chapels, degree colleges, junior colleges, and high schools. TTD established the Sri Venkateswara Central Library and Research Centre (SVCLRC) in 1993, which houses approximately 40,000 volumes of books, primarily on religion and philosophy.


Every 30 minutes, TTD runs free buses from Tirupati railway station and bus station to Alipiri and Srivari Mettu. These buses transport pilgrims who intend to walk up the hills to Tirumala. TTD also provides free bus services within Tirumala known as “Dharma Rathams” within the town. There are 12 such buses that run at a frequency of every 3 minutes through Tirumala’s cottages, choultries, temples, and other locations.

Tirumala Tirupathi Devasthanams Darshan Tickets From Today; Here’s Step-by-step Guide to Book Online

1.Tickets can be purchased at tirumala.org. On the homepage, click online book to see if 2.Special Entry Darshan tickets are available.
3.To register your account, complete the signup option.
4.Log in using the newly created email ID and password.
5.Choose e-entry darshan and enter the number of devotees.
6.Mention the date, the cost, and the available time slot based on your preferences.
7.Enter the names and valid IDs of all devotees.
8.After completing the form, pay the fee online in order to successfully register and receive the e-tickets.
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