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Entry for Angapradakshina - Tirupati One Day Trip From Chennai

Pirgrims who take a vow to perform 'Angapradakshna' in the srivari temple are requested to
obtain bio_metric token from the Vijaya Bank. lt is issued from 8 p.m. onwards. Every day 750 biometric
tokens are issued. out of which , 375 are for male and 375 are for female' Those performing
angapradakshina are requested to take bath in the swami Pushkarini and report at VQc I at the time
given for AngaPradakshina.

Srivari Thulabharam

one of the most important vows taken to propitiate Lord venkateswara is to perform "Thulabharam"
i.e. donating various items such as coins, sugar, rice, jaggery, sugar candy, etc to the equivalent
weight of the devotee.

Presentry, the pirgrims have to physicaily carry the item from their place or purchase at exorbitant
rates from middle men at Tirumala. After procuring the item, they have to carry it all the way through
'Q' complex to the Mahadwaram (main entrance). To overcome all these difficulties faced by devotees.
T.T. Devasthanams have permitted to maintain "srivari Thulabharam" counter inside the temple. lndian
Bank is maintaining the counter from 8-00 a.m. to 8-00 p.m. and syndicate Bank from 8-00 p'm' to
8-00 a.m., to run a counter at Mahadwaram of Srivari Temple.

Pilgrims now need not carry these articles. once he reaches the Thulabharam counter at
Mahadwaram as per his time slot, there he can perform the Thulabharam as per his wish such as
coins, sugar, sugar candy, jaggery and rice. The determined price equivalent to the weight of the
item will be collected from the pilgrim and a receipt to this effect will be issued by lndian Bank, at the

Cost of coins per kg is as follows: for 10 ps -- Rs. 50; 20 ps Kg.---Rs'93/-; 25 ps Kg.---Rs. 93/-;
50 ps Kg. --- Rs.134/-; 1 Rupee Kg. Rs. 2OO/- 2 Rupee Kg. --- Rs. 334/-; 5 Rupees Kg. Rs. 556/-
(Including Bag) The cost of the other items such as sugar, sugarcandy, jaggery' rice etc' will be
decided on the basis of local market.

Arjitha Sevas in Sriari Temple -Tirupati One Day Tour Package From Chennai

The Suprabhatham, prapatti and mangalasasanam are recited and a decendant of Tallapaka Annamacharya sings a few hymns of the saint - poet.

Devotees present at the time of Suprabhatham can have the Suprabhatham can have the Suprabhatham darsan, also call isvarupa Darsanam.

Thomala Seva

This seva or ritual involves the decoration of the Lord with flowers. Thomala is the shortened form of the Tamil expression. 'Thodutha malai' - adorning the Lord with flowers. The flower garlands in Yamunathurai are brought by the Periya Jiyar as per custom or his Ekangi in the temple with a lighted torch in a procession to the accompaniment o the beat of the Jeghanta.

The Deity is then adorned with the flowrs while the mantra pushpam is recited in the sayanamandapam.


During the archana, also called Sahasranama Archana, the Lord is worshipped by reciting His one thousand sacred names.


Kalyanotsavam is also known as Vaivahikotsavam. It is conducted in the Kalyanamandapa and its ritials are similar to those followed traditionally in Hindu marriages. The Utsavamurthi of the Lord Malayappaswami is the bridegroom and His consorts (nachimars) viz. Sridevi and Bhudevi are the brides. An imaginary family pedigree of the brides and bridegroom is recited during the course of the ritual. The idols of the bridegroom and brides face each other with a screen in between. They are allowed to see each other only at the appropriate auspicious moment when the screen is removed. The priests perform homas. A purohit conducts the marriage and an archaka is consecrated to perform other rituals on behalf of the bridgroom.

Arjita Brahmotsavam

Brahmotsavam is perfomed for one day in an abridged manner Vaibhavotsava mantapam Opp. to swamy Pushkarini. Sri Malayappaswami with His two consorts is worshipped with vedic mantras and rituals and mounted on three Vahanams - golden Pedda Seshavahanam, silver Garuda Vahanam and silver Hanumantha Vahanam.

Seeghra Darsan

T.T.D. had introduced Seeghra Darsan facility for the benefit of Devotees. Each ticket Costs Rs. 300/- ( One person is allowed). The tickets are available in the counters situated opposite Vaikuntam 'Q' Complex - I, Tirumala. After taking the ticket the devotees have to go directly in a queue line through Cellar Entrance and have Darsan of Lord Venkateswara in sanctum sanctorium.

There is no necessity of Advance Reservation or any recommendation from anybody. The tickets are available in Sarvadarsan Timings.

Divya Darshan

Divaya Darshan facility is provided for pedestrian who come on foot to Tirumala through Gali Gopuram and Srivari Mettu.
Bio-metric counters are established on these foot paths, to facilitate free darshan, free accommodation in P.A.C and free food facilities at Tirumala.
Where to Report for Darshan :
Paid Sudarsanam/biometric token holders have to report to Vaikuntam Queue Complex-I One hours before Darshan time allotted to them.

Darshan without sudarsanam/Biometric tokens:
Pilgrims without Sudarsanam/biometric token can go to Vaikuntam Queue Complex-II for Darshan. Their possible darshan time is displayed at the entrance itself. Now Photometric system in VQC-II is introduced wherein Pilgrims can go out from VQC-II and re-enter at Darshan Time. Pilgrims are issued Photometric barcoded token for this purpose.

Entry of Parent's Carrying Babies

The Devasthanams have arranged entry of Parents carrying infants through Supadham. This facility will enable comfortable darshan for them without standing in queues for long hours.