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Yearly Sevas and Darshan Timings at Tirumala

To accommodate the large number of devotees, the temple's administrative body, Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD), has arranged for a variety of darshans. The primary darshan kinds and their times are as follows:

Daily Seva Timing Details
Suprabhata Seva 3:30 AM to 4:00 AM This is an early-morning seva in which music and hymns are loudly played to awaken the Lord.
Sarva Darshan 24 hours (with designated timeslots) All devotees are eligible for this free darshan, which normally has the longest waiting time.
Darshan (Seeghra Darshan) Special Entry 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Devotees can have this kind of darshan faster than usual Sarva darshan and without having to wait as long as they pay ₹300.
Elderly folks and Darshan, the physically challenged 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM (with certain window times) For a hassle-free darshan, special accommodations are given for elderly people and people with physical disabilities.
VIP Break Darshan Early morning and late evening slots Reserved for VIPs and dignitaries, this darshan allows direct entry without having to wait for long.

Local and outstation Taxi fare in Tirumala

Vehicle Type Airport Rental with in City Outstation
Pick/Drop 8Hr 80KM* 12Hr 120KM* Round Trip One way
Indica ₹700 ₹1,500 ₹1,800 ₹8.50 ₹14
Indigo ₹750 ₹1,600 ₹1,900 ₹9 ₹14.75
Swift Dzire ₹800 ₹1,700 ₹2,000 ₹9.50 ₹16.25
Honda Amaze/ ₹850 ₹1,800 ₹2,200 ₹10 ₹17
Mobilio / Ertiga ₹900 ₹2,400 ₹2,750 ₹14 ₹20.75
Toyota Innova ₹1,100 ₹2,650 ₹2,900 ₹16 ₹21.5
Toyota Crysta ₹1,200 ₹2,850 ₹3,180 ₹17 ₹23
Honda City ₹1,500 ₹2,800 ₹3,600 ₹18 ₹26
Tempo Traveller ₹2,000 ₹3,400 ₹4,400 ₹22 ₹42

Driver Charges (After 10PM): Rs.250, *(Base Fare)

Outstation (Roundtrip): Min. 250KM / Day

Yearly sevas in Tirupati

Teppotsavam

Every year, during Phalguna Pournami, this ceremony is conducted on a grand scale in the Swami Pushkarini for five days in the month of Chaitra (March). On the first day of devotion at Swamy Pushkarini, Lord Rama, accompanied by Sita and Lakshmana, is adored and transported on a celestial journey on a magnificently decked float. Rukmini and Lord Sri Krishna are offered puja on this auspicious day.

Vasanthotsavam

The Annual Vasanthotsavam is a celebration that is held in Tirumala every year during the months of March or April to commemorate the auspicious days of Trayodasi, Chaturdasi, and Pournami. The festival is believed to have originated in the 1460s during the reign of King Achyutaraya, who is believed to have instituted it as a way to mark the arrival of spring.

Koil Alwar Tirumanjanam

Alwar usually means "Devotee," while Koil Alwar means "Holy Shrine." The meaning of Tirumanjanam is "Cleaning with aromatic ingredients." Devotees execute the Koil Tirumanjanam ceremony, which purifies the sanctum sanctorum and the surrounding temple grounds. During this ceremony, every deity and item is removed from the sanctum sanctorum and is cleansed with holy water.

Pavithrotsavam

According to the Hindu calendar, Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTDs) commemorate Srivari Pavithrotsavam annually on the significant days of Ekadasi, Dwadasi, and Trayodasi in the month of Sravana. The name of this celebration is the "Festival of Purification."

Pushpa Yagam

This ceremony is performed on the star Sravanam, the birth star of Lord Venkateswara, after the annual Brahmotsavam. Usually, it happens in October or November, during the Hindu month of Krittika. Ankurarpanam is followed by Pushpayagam. After the daily pujas at Sampangi Mandapam, Sri Malayappa Swami, Sridevi, and Bhudevi sit on a special golden platform on this day.

Pushpa Pallaki

The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTDs) have a tradition that states that the accounting of temple earnings and outlays begins in July, on Dakshinayana, the winter solstice. On that day (typically on July 16), people celebrate Anivara Asthanam, the major durbar celebration of Lord Venkateswara, also known as the "Accounting Festival."

Online reservations for Darshan and Sevas

Securing tickets for Darshan and Sevas online is a convenient method to guarantee a seamless visit. Here’s a step-by-step guide:

Visit the TTD Website, (https://tirupatibalaji.ap.gov.in). You can create an account and choose the Desired Seva or Darshan you want. After the payment, you will get a confirmation printed. Bring the confirmation receipt with you when you visit.

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