Tirupati Balaji Temple


Tirupati Balaji Temple

Tirupati :

 

Tirupati is a city in the Indian region of Andhra Pradesh.Its Sri Venkateswara Temple sits on one of the Seven peaks of Tirumala Hills, drawing in scores of Hindu pioneers. Sri Venkateswara National Park, home to the Temple, additionally contains the Sri Venkateswara Zoological Park with lions and primates. Adjacent, alongside a cascade and give in accepted to be sacrosanct, Sri Kapileswara Swamy Temple is committed to Lord Shiva.

 

Tirupati Balaji Temple History :

 

Venkateswara Temple is a milestone Vaishnavite Temple arranged in the slope town of Tirumala at Tirupati in Chittoor region of Andhra Pradesh, India. The Temple is committed to Lord Sri Venkateswara, a manifestation of Vishnu, who is accepted to have showed up here to spare humankind from preliminaries and inconveniences of Kali Yuga. Thus the place has additionally got the name Kaliyuga Vaikuntham and the Lord here is alluded to as Kaliyuga Prathyaksha Daivam. The Temple is likewise known by different names like Tirupati Temple, Tirupati Balaji Temple,Tirumala Temple.Master Venkateswara is known by numerous different names: Balaji, Govinda, and Srinivasa.

 

Tirumala Hills are a piece of Seshachalam Hills extend. The slopes are 853 meters above ocean level. The Hills includes seven pinnacles, speaking to the seven heads of Adisesha. The sanctuary lies on the seventh pinnacle - Venkatadri, on the southern banks of Sri Swami Pushkarini, a sacred water tank. Subsequently the sanctuary is likewise alluded to as "Sanctuary of Seven Hills". Tirumala town covers about 10.33 sq mi in territory.

The Temple is built in Dravidian design and is accepted to be developed over some stretch of time beginning from 300 AD.The Garbagriha is called AnandaNilayam. The managing god, Venkateswara, is in standing stance and faces east in Garbha griha. The sanctuary pursues Vaikhanasa Agama convention of love. The sanctuary is one of the eight Vishnu Swayambhu Kshetras and is recorded as 106th and the last natural Divya Desam. The Temple premises had two current Queue complex structures to sort out the traveler surge, Tarigonda Vengamamba Annaprasadam complex with the expectation of complimentary dinners to Pilgrims, hair tonsure structures and various explorer lodging locales.

 

 

 

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Tirupati Balaji Temple Timings :

 

Days Timings
Monday 2:30 A.M - 1: 30 A.M
Tuesday 2:30 A.M - 1: 30 A.M
Wednesday 2:30 A.M - 1: 30 A.M
Thursday 2:30 A.M - 1:30 A.M
Friday 2:30 A.M - 1:30 A.M
Saturday 2:30 A.M - 1:30 A.M
Sunday 2:30 A.M - 1:30 A.M

 

 

Daily Pooja and Arjita Sevas Timings & Entry Fee :

 


Tirupati Tirumala Darshan Timings - Mondays

 

Tirumala Special Seva - Vishesha Puja: 05:30 A.M - 07:00 A.M
02:30 A.M - 03:00 A.M Suprabhata Seva in Tirumala
03:30 A.M- 04:00 A.M Thomala Seva
04:00 A.M - 04:15 A.M Koluvu and Panchanga Sravanam (Lord Koluvu Srinivasa)
04:15 A.M- 05:00 A.M  Sahasranama Archana (First Archana)
05:30 A.M- 06:30 A.M Visesha Puja
07:00 A.M- 5:00 P.M Sarva Darshanam
12:00 P.M - 05:00 P.M Kalyanotsavam, Brahmotsavam, Vasanthotsavam, Uunjal Seva
05:30 P.M - 06:30 P.M Sahasra Deepalankarana Seva
7:00 P.M -08:00 P.M Suddhi, Night Kainkaryams (Ekantam) and Night Bell
08:00 P.M- 01:00 A.M Sarvadarsanam
01:00 A.M- 01:30 A.M     Suddhi and preparations for Ekaanta Seva
01:30 A.M Ekaanta Seva

Notes :   

  • Sarvadarsanam may proceed beyond 01:00 hour topic to demand.
  • The seva rates may change occasionally.    

 

 

Tirupati Tirumala Darshan Timings - Tuesday

 

( Tirumala Special Seva: Ashtadala Pada Padmaradhana ) 
06:00 a.m - 07:00 a.m
02:30 a.m - 03:00 a.m Suprabhata Seva in Tirumala
03:30 a.m - 04:00 a.m Thomala Seva
04:00 a.m - 04:15 a.m Koluvu and Panchanga Sravanam (Lord Koluvu Srinivasa)
04:15 a.m - 05:00 a.m First Archana i.e., Sahasranama Archana
06:00 a.m- 07:00 a.m Suddhi, Ashtadala Pada Padmaradhana 2nd Bell
07:00 a.m - 05:00 p.m Sarvadarshanam
12:00 p.m- 05:00 p.m Kalyanotsavam, Brahmotsavam, Vasanthotsavam, Unjal Seva
05:30 p.m- 06:30 p.m     Sahasra Deepalankarana Seva
07:00 p.m - 8:00 p.m Suddhi, Night Kainkaryams (Ekantam) and Night Bell
08:00 p.m - 01:00 a.m Sarvadarshanam
01:00 a.m - 01:30 a.m Suddhi and arrangements for Ekaanta Seva
01:30 a.m Ekaanta Seva

Note :

  • Sarvadarsanam may proceed beyond 01:00 hour topic to demand.
  • The seva rates may change occasionally.

 

 

Tirupati Tirumala Darshan Timings - Wednesday

 

 

( Tirumala Special Seva: Sahasrakalasa Abhishekam )
(06:00 - 08:00 hours)
02:30 a.m - 03:00 a.m Suprabhata Seva in Tirumala
03:30 a.m - 04:00 a.m Thomala Seva
04:00 a.m - 04:15 a.m Koluvu and Panchaanga Sravanam inside Bangaru Vakili.
04:15 a.m - 05:00 a.m 1st Archana i.e., Sahasranama Archana and Sahasrakalasa Abhishekam
06:00 a.m- 08:30 a.m Second Archana (Ekantam) and Bell
09.30 a.m- 07:00 p.m Sarvadarshanam
12:00 p.m- 05:00 p.m Kalyanotsavam, Brahmotsavam, Vasanthotsavam, Uunjal Seva
05:30 p.m- 06:30 p.m Sahasra Deepalankarana Seva
07:00 p.m - 08:00 p.m Suddhi, Night Kainkaryams and Night Bell
08:00 p.m - 01:00 a.m Sarvadarshanam
01:00 a.m - 01:30 a.m Suddhi and arrangements for Ekaanta Seva
01:30 a.m Ekanta Seva

Note :

  • Sarvadarsanam may proceed beyond 01:00 hour topic to demand.
  • The seva rates may change occasionally.

 

Tirupati Tirumala Darshan Timings - Thursday

 

(Tirumala Special Seva: Tiruppavada - 06:00 a.m - 08:00 a.m
and Poolangi Alankaram - 09:00 p.m - 10:00 p.m)
02:30 a.m - 03:00 a.m Suprabhata Seva in Tirumala
03:30 a.m - 04:00 a.m Thomala Seva
04:00 a.m - 04:15 a.m Koluvu and Panchanga Sravanam inside Bangaru Vakili
04:15 a.m - 05:00 a.m 1st Archana i.e., Sahasranama Archana and Sallimpu
06:00 a.m- 07:00 a.m Second Archana (Ekaantam), Tiruppavada, 2nd Bell
08.00 a.m- 07:00 p.m Sarvadarshanam
12:00 p.m- 05:00 p.m Kalyanotsavam, Brahmotsavam, Vasanthotsavam, Unjal Seva
05:30 p.m - 06:30 p.m Sahasra Deepalankarana Seva
07:00 p.m -09:00 p.m Pedda Suddhi, Night Kainkaryams, Poolangi Alankaram and Night Bell
09:00 p.m- 01:00 a.m Poolangi Alankaaram and Sarvadarshanam
01:00 a.m - 01:30 a.m Suddhi and preparations for Ekaanta Seva
01:30 a.m Ekaanta Seva
Notes :
  • Sarvadarsanam may proceed beyond 01:00 hour topic to demand.
  • The seva rates may change occasionally.

 

 

Tirupati Tirumala Darshan Timings - Friday

 

(Tirumala Special Seva : Abhishekam) 04:30 - 06:00 hours
02:30 a.m - 03:00 a.m Suprabhata Seva in Tirumala
03:30 a.m - 04:00 a.m

Sallimpu, Suddhi, Nityakatla Kainkaryams, Morning - Bell and

arrangement for Abhishekam

04:30 a.m- 06:00 a.m Abhishekam and Nijapada Darshanam
06:00 a.m- 07:00 a.m Samarpana
07:00 a.m- 08:00 a.m Thomala Seva and Archana (Ekaantham)
09:00 a.m - 08:00 p.m Sarvadarshanam
12:00 p.m- 05:00 p.m Kalyanotsavam, Brahmotsavam, Vasanthotsavam, Uunjal Seva
05:00 p.m- 08:00 p.m

Sahasra Deepalankarana Seva to Kolimi Mandapam and Procession

through the Mada streets.

08:00 p.m - 9:00 p.m Suddhi, Night Kainkaryams, Night Bell, etc.
09:00 p.m - 10:00 p.m Sarvadarhsanam
10:00 p.m - 10:30 p.m Suddhi and preparations for Ekaanta Seva
10:30 p.m Ekaanta Seva
Notes :
  • Sarvadarsanam may proceed beyond 01:00 hour topic to demand
  • The seva rates may change occasionally.

 

 

Tirupati Tirumala Darshan Timings - Saturday & Sunday

 

(Tirumala Special Seva)
02:30 a.m- 03:00 a.m Suprabhata Seva in Tirumala
03:30 a.m - 04:00 a.m Thomala Seva (Ekaantam)
04:00 a.m- 04:15 a.m Koluvu and Panchanga Sravanam (Lord Koluvu Srinivasa)
04:00 a.m- 04:30 a.m  First Archana Sahasranama Archana (Ekaantam)
06:30 a.m- 07:00 a.m 1st Bell, Bali and Sattumura
07:00 a.m - 07:30 a.m Suddhi, Second Archana (Ekantam), 2nd Bell, etc.
07:30 a.m - 07:00 p.m Sarvadarshanam
12:00 p.m - 05:00 p.m Kalyanotsavam, Brahmotsavam, Vasanthotsavam, Uunjal Seva
05:30 p.m -0 6:30 p.m Sahasra Deepalankarana Seva
07:00 p.m - 08:00 p.m Suddhi, Night Kainkaryams (Ekaantam) and Night Bell
08:00 p.m- 01:00 a.m Sarvadarshanam
01:00 a.m- 01:30 a.m Suddhi and arrangements for Ekanta Seva
01:30 a.m Ekaanta Seva    

Notes :

  • Sarvadarsanam may proceed beyond 01:00 hour topic to demand.
  • The seva rates may change occasionally.

 

 

 

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Arjita Sevas :

 

Arjitham means Darshan or Seva to the Lord on installment of an expense as settled by the Temple Management.

Admission to a specific seva on installment of an expense is known as "Amantranotsavam".

 

VAIKHANASA AGAMA :

 

The Agamas by and large are respected alongside the Vedas as essential Hindu sacred writings. The majority of the Agamas clarify the exploration of custom, however the uniqueness of "Vaikhanasa Agama" is that it gives more detail on the execution of custom, both in the sanctuary and in the home.

 

The "Vaikhanasa Agama" exists in two segments. The unrevealed portion Manage functions that are performed in the asylum and to the coordinating god. The second part manages purging functions that a minister must experience so as to fit the bill to serve in the sanctuary.

 

"Vaikhanasa Agama" was composed by Sage Vikhanasa, is considered as one of the four primary "Vaishnava agamas". Mareechi, Bhrigu, Kashyapa and Atri, the four followers of Sage Vikhanasa spread the pith of Vaikhanasa Agama over the world.

 

The day by day, week after week, month to month and yearly arjitha sevas or celebrations that are performed in the acclaimed slope place of worship of Lord Venkateswara at Tirumala are according to the suggestions of Vaikhanasa Agama since a few centuries.

 

The Vaikhanasa Agama prescribes multiple times puja multi day viz. Prathyusham which advances the improvement of solid populace, Pratahkala that advances Japa and Homa, Madhyahna in the advancement of the kingdom, Aparahna that realizes the annihilation of criminals, Sayankala which prompts more prominent and expanded rural creation and Nisi aradhana that builds up the steers populace. As it isn't constantly conceivable to perform six pujas multi day in a sanctuary, a similar agama likewise suggests least one puja.

 

DAILY SEVAS :

 

On any day the arjitha sevas that are performed to the managing god of Lord Venkateswara starts with Suprabatham, trailed by Thomala , Archana lastly finishes up with the Ekanthaseva (not open to pioneers). Anyway after archana some arjitha sevas are likewise performed to the processional divinity of Lord Venkateswara, additionally prominently known as "Malayappa Swamy" incorporates, Kalyanotsavam, Arjita Brahmotsavam, Dolotsavam, Vasantotsavam and Sahasra Deepalankara seva.

 

  • Suprabhatam    
  • Archana    
  • Thomala Seva    
  • Ekantha Seva

 

WEEKLY SEVAS :

 

The periodical sevas are the yearly occasions of religious noteworthiness performed in Tirumala following the significance of specific asterism.

 

  • Vishesha Puja (Monday)
  • Ashtadala Pada Padmaradhana (Tuesday)
  • Sahasra Kalasabhishekam (Wednesday)
  • Tiruppavada Seva (Thursday)
  • Abhishekam-Vastralankara Seva-Nija Pada Darshanam (Friday)

 

PERIODICAL SEVAS :

 

The periodical sevas are the yearly occasions of religious essentialness performed in Tirumala following the significance of specific asterism.

 

  • Teppotsavam or float festival - 5 days a Year (March)
  • Vasanthotsavam- 3 days a year (March or April)
  • Padmavathi Parinayam -    3 days a year (May)
  • Abhideyaka Abhishekam -    3 days a year (June-Annual)
  • Pushpa Pallaki -  (July)
  • Pushpa Yagam -  (November)
  • Koil Alwar Thirumanjanam - (4 times in a year)
  • Pavithrotsavams - 3 days a year    (August)

 

Tirupati Balaji Temple Dress Code :

 

To improve the profound mood among the Devotees thronging to Tirumala to get the darshan of Lord Sri Venkateswara Swamy, TTD has introduced traditional dress code in 2013. At first it was executed for the travelers who are partaking in Arjitha Sevas and now it has been stretched out to VIP explorers looking for break darshan of Lord Sri Venkateshwara Swamy, and general pioneers who go for Rs.300 and Rs.50 darshan.

 

MEN :

 

For men the dress code is dhoti or pyjamas with upper cloth.

 

WOMEN :

 

For women the preferred dress code is saree or half-saree with blouse or churidar with pyjama and upper cloth.

 

 

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How To Reach Tirupati Balaji temple :

 

One of the most extravagant Temples in India and an exceptionally sacrosanct Hindu pilgrimage,the Temple of Lord Sri Venkateswara Swamy in Tirumala Hills, is Located in the territory of Andhra Pradesh. It sees a huge number of aficionados each long stretch of the year, all the more along these lines, on uncommon bubbly events. The acclaim of this hallowed place is across the board, and numerous individuals make a journey to the sanctuary of Lord Balaji in any event rare. For those, who are yet to visit the sanctum, it realizes how to reach Tirupati Balaji sanctuary. The well known sanctuary can be gotten to by street, air and rail effortlessly from all the real urban areas in India. Also, the last adventure must be gone up against foot; all subtleties beneath.

 

BY ROAD :

 

Tirumala has coordinate transport administrations from Tirupati with a recurrence of a transport in at regular intervals. It additionally has coordinate transports from Chennai, Bengaluru and Vellore. Paid cabs and private transport administrators likewise handle transports from close-by urban communities, for example, Chennai, Hyderabad, Visakapatnam and Bangalore to Tirupati.

 


BY RAIL :

 

Tirumala has no railhead of its own. Or maybe, voyagers need to land at Tirupati found 26 km or so from Tirumala. The railroad station at Tirupati is extremely extensive. It is enriched with five stages and even a lift. Trains from every one of the metros from India stop here.

 

BY AIR :

 

The closest air terminal to Tirumala is close Renigunta around 15 km from Tirupati. This residential air terminal has non-stop flights to Hyderabad, Visakapatnam, Chennai, New Delhi and Bangalore and is currently being moved up to an International airplane terminal.

 

ON FOOT:

 

Numerous fans climb the slopes to Tirumala by walking to satisfy a promise. There are two well-laid stone pathways prompting Tirumala. These ways are called sopanamargas. The most antiquated of the two sopanamargas begins from Alipiri at the foot of the slopes. This pathway is 11 km long and is the generally utilized course. The other sopanamarga (Srivari mettu) begins from Chandragiri and is just around 6 km long.

 

TTD gives and keeps up rest houses, security, bottle, toilets, drinking water, therapeutic help, channeled reverential music all through the pathways. TTD additionally gives baggage exchange office, free of expense for the enthusiasts selecting to climb the slopes by walking to Tirumala.

 

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Tirupati Balaji Temple Address : 

 

Sri Venkateswara Swamy Vaari Temple

S Mada St, Tirumala, Tirupati, 

Andhra Pradesh 517504.

 

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