Special Entry Darshan Tickets Released by Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams

Every day, thousands of pilgrims visit the well-known Tirumala. The name of Lord Vishnu is remembered amidst the seven hills. The Sri Venkateswara Swami Temple at Tirumala is frequently packed with worshippers from thousands of various states. In this regard, wonderful news for devotees has lately been provided by Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD).

Over the past several months, Tirumala has seen a significant influx of regular worshipers. The devotees now find it challenging to view Srivari Seva and reserve rooms as a result. TTD is providing lodging quotas and darshan tickets for devotees as a result.

September’s special admission darshan ticket quota of Rs 300 was made available earlier today at 10 am. In a similar vein, today at 3 PM the September room quota will be made public. Online reservations are available for darshan tickets and lodging. On June 27 at 11 a.m., Tirumala Tirupati Srivari Seva Quota will be made available.

According to TTD, pilgrims visiting Tirumala can reserve lodging, darshan tickets, and service quotas on the official website at There are a lot of devotees at Tirumala right now. In the meantime, all preparations have been made by TTD authorities to ensure that the devotees visiting Tirumala have no problems. There are constant supplies of food, buttermilk, drinking water, breakfast, and medical services available in the lines.

The Sri Venkateswara Swami Temple would not admit devotees without their Darshan tickets. At the time of entrance, the pilgrim must present the same original picture ID that was used when making the reservation. Children under the age of twelve must additionally present an age-proof certificate to receive free admission. Only traditional clothing, such as a dhoti, shirt, kurta, and pyjamas for men, or a saree, half-saree, or churidar with dupatta for women, is permitted for pilgrims. When reporting, no bags or electronic devices are permitted.

In an effort to provide better services to pilgrims who travel to Tirumala to get the darshan of Sri Venkateswara Swamy, the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams started the volunteer Srivari Seva service in 2000. In Tirumala, the service is being used in over fifty locations.

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