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Tirupati Balaji Darshan

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Tirupati Balaji Temple / Tirumala Balaji Temple

Tirumala Balaji temple or Tirupati Balaji Temple is considered as one of the most richest, powerful temple in the world and popular religious tourism destinations in India. This temple is gloriously described by the Hindu scriptures in puranas and it is located in the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh.

History of  Tirupati Balaji Temple / Tirumala Balaji Temple
Tirupati Balaji Temple is also known as Bhuloga Vaikundam – the abode of Lord Vishnu on earth. Therefore, it is believed that Vishnu manifested himself in this temple during this Kali Yuga. Guide His devotees towards salvation and it is one of the most Important landmarks of the Hindus mythology.

Tirupati Balaji’s Story
Some interesting stories from mythology say that the Lord manifested on the world to bless the devotees during the age of Kali. Once, Sage Brighu wanted to guage who amongst the Trinity was the best. When he checked with Lord Brahma and Lord Shiva, he wasn’t satisfied, so he visited Vaikunta and kicked Lord Vishnu on his chest. Goddess Lakshmi was residing within the chest of Lord Vishnu, she felt insulted and left Vaikunta and decreased to the world.

Lord Vishnu follows Mahalakshmi
Sad and dejected, Lord Vishnu came in search of his consort Mahalakshmi only to seek out that she had taken birth within the family of a king as Padmavati. The Lord entered an anthill and began meditating. Lord Shiva and Brahma came there as a cow and calf in search of the Lord. Shiva within the sort of the cow poured its milk inside the anthill to feed the Lord on a day to day. As per the divine plan, both Venkateshwara and Padmavati met one another and therefore the gods approached the king to offer his daughter in marriage to the Lord.

The unprecedented marriage
The lord received an enormous sum of cash from Kuber, the god of wealth to conduct a really grand wedding ceremony which was unprecedented. Following the wedding, the Lord stayed on the hills of Tirumala and a powerful temple rose within the place. From then onwards, it’s said the Lord is repaying the loan He received from Kuber in bits and pieces. it’s said that the devotees make their contributions to assist the Lord make his payments during a timely manner.

Hair donation at the Tirupati Balaji Temple
It is an ancient practice to donate their hair at the temple. Peoples of all ages make their prayers and shave their heads near the temple premises before having a darshan of the Lord. The temple management has built expansive facilities to assist the people make their hair donations to the Lord.

The glory of the Tirupati Balaji
The Tirupati Balaji temple is rightly called the Bhuloka Vaikuntam – the abode of Vishnu on earth. Thus, it’s believed that Lord Vishnu has manifested Himself during this temple during this Kali age to guide and direct His devotees towards salvation. it’s said the most idol of Lord Venkateshwara is so unique and powerful. The charming idol features a number of miraculous characteristics that are amazing. On a day to day, the idol is magnificently decorated with flowers dresses and ornaments. The temple has one among the huge stocks of golden ornaments used for decorating the Lord.

The Sanctum Sanctorum
The place where Lord Sri Venkateshwara’s self-manifested (Swayambu) statue is found within the Sanctum Sanctorum is named Ananda Nilayam. within the Ananda Nilayam, the gorgeous idol of Bhoga Srinivasa Murthy is additionally present. During the morning ‘Suprabhata Seva’, this idol is removed and kept at the foot of the most deity. This signifies that the Bhoga Srinivasa Murthy acts because the presiding deity since the most deity is large and can’t be moved.

Tirumala Balaji Temple Construction
The construction of the Tirumala Tirupati Balaji temple began in 300 AD with many emperors and kings making regular contributions towards its development from time to time. During the center of the 18th century, the Maratha General Raghoji I Bhonsale conceptualized a permanent body to administer the temple proceedings. This resolution and plan cause the birth of the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam (TTD) which was developed through the TTD act in 1933. Today, the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam Trust manage and maintain many temples and their sub-shrines under its able management.

Facilities in Tirupati Balaji temple
The Tirupati Balaji Temple management Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam (TTD) has created elaborate and large facilities for the devotees to go to the temple, have the darshan of the Lord with comfort. The Tirumala hills are endowed with matchless natural beauty. The greenery surrounding the hills and the colorful waterfalls are inspiring scenes to enjoy for all people. the various facilities at the Balaji temple include hair donation outlets, accommodation halls, an enormous queue complex to facilitate the comfortable and hassle-free movement of the devotees lined up for the darshan of the Lord, and huge dining facilities where free meals are served around the clock.

The ways to reach Tirumala Tirupati Balaji Temple
Tirupati Balaji temple is located at Tirumala Hills, Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. Tirupati may be a highly developed town today that’s well connected with the main cities of India via bus and train. There are well laid roads resulting in the town from Chennai, Bangalore and Hyderabad. From Tirupati, the whole stretch of route resulting in the Tirumala Hills are laid with metal roads and pathways for both pedestrians and other people journeying in buses and cars. this is often one among the foremost interesting and wonderful pilgrimage destinations on the world today.

Tirupati Balaji Darshan

Tirupati Balaji Darshan Tickets Online Booking Procedure:

Here is the step by step guide you can follow through Tirupati Tirumala Devasthanam (TTD) official website https://tirupatibalaji.ap.gov.in. Be sure to read the guidelines before booking tickets, as the guidelines may vary Time to Time depending on the situation.


How to book Tirumala Darshan Tickets online in 2021

Step 1: Visit the TTD official website https://tirupatibalaji.ap.gov.in

Step 2: To book darshan tickets online, you need to create an online account in ttd website. Click the Sign-up option to register your account in Homepage.

Step 3: Once you have created an account, you can sign in from the homepage using your registered email ID and password.

Step 4: After logging in, under services menu, you need to select the Special Entry Darshan and accept the terms and conditions popup..

Step 5: Next, select the Month, Date and appropriate Timeslot, and Select slot and choose no of persons and also choose booking for self or booking for others and tap Continue.

Step 6: Now, you need to enter the pilgrim’s details ie, Name, Age, Gender, Photo id:Voter id / Adhaar Card and its number for all people coming along with you as pilgrims and proceed further.

Step 7: You will be at payment option, please select your desired bank and pay the money online as per your convenient mode. On successful payment, you will receive your tickets confirmation. Booked Darshan tickets will be available under View Transaction History, You can download the Ticket PDF and keep it for future reference.

Temple Details

Tirupati Balaji Temple / Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD)

Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple on Tirumala hills constructed and opened at 300 AD.

Temple Address

Tirupati Balaji Temple / Tirumala Balaji Temple / TTD Devasthanam

South Mada St, Tirumala, Tirupati, Chittoor Andhra Pradesh 517504

Temple Timing

02:30 am- 03:00 am – Suprabhatha Seva/ Angapradakshinam

03:30 am – 04:00 am – Thomala Seva

04:00 am – 04:15 am – Koluvu and Panchaga Sravanam

04:15 am – 05:00 am – First Archana, Sahasranama Archana

05:00 am – 08:30 am – VIP Break Darshan: L1, L2 (Recommendation Letter), L3 (Employees)

06:00 am – 07:00 am -Visesha Puja/Astadala Pada Padmaradhanamu/Sahasrakalasabhishekam/ Tiruppavada

07:00 am – 07:30 am – Suddhi,  Archana

08:30 am – 07:00 pm- Sarva Darshan/ Divya Darshan/Special Entry Darshan

10:00 am- Senior Citizen Darshan/ Physically Challenged Darshan

12:00 pm – 05:00 pm – Kalyanothsavam/ Arjitha Brahmotsavam/ Vasanthotsavam/ Unjal Seva/Supadam Darshan

03:00 pm – Senior Citizen Darshan/ Physically Challenged Darshan/ Patients Darshan.

05:30 pm – 06:30 pm – Sahasra Deepalankarana Seva

07:00 pm – 08:00 pm – Suddhi, Kainkaryams / Night Bell

08:00 pm – 11:30 pm – Sarva Darshan/ Divya Darshan

11:30 pm – 12:00 am – Suddhi, Preparations for Ekantha Seva

12:00 am – Ekantha Seva

 

NRI Darshan: 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Senior Citizen Darshan: 10:00 am and 3:00 pm

 

 

How to Reach

  • Chennai to Tirumala Temple by Bus/Car - 170 km - 4h 30m.
  • Chennai to Tirupati by Bus/Car - 150 km - 3h 15m.
  • Chennai to Bangalore by Bus/Car - 280 km - 5h 10m.
  • Hyderabad to Tirupati By Train: 732 Km
  • Hyderabad to Tirupati By Bus: 587 Km - 9 h

Temple Phone Number

  • +91-877-2277777
  • 18004254141

Website

Darshan Ticket Price

Rs.300

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Gajendran

Solo Traveller

Tirupati Balaji temple is one of the Richest and most visited temples in India with about 50 million visitors every year.everyone should visit atleast once in their lifetime

June 8, 2020

Gajendran

Group Traveller

Tirupati Balaji temple is one of the Richest and most visited temples in India with about 50 million visitors every year.everyone should visit atleast once in their lifetime

June 8, 2020