Tirumala tirupati devasthanam

Tirumala tirupati devasthanam

Temple History:
     
There is ample literary and epigraphic testimony to the antiquity of the temple of Lord Sri Venkateswara.
Sri Krishnadevaraya All the great dynasties of rulers of the southern peninsula have paid homage to Lord Sri Venkateswara in this ancient shrine. The Pallavas of Kancheepuram (9th century AD), the Cholas of Thanjavur (a century later), the Pandyas of Madurai, and the kings and chieftains of Vijayanagar (14th - 15th century AD) were devotees of the Lord and they competed with one another in endowing the temple with rich offerings and contributions.
It was during the rule of the Vijayanagar dynasty that the contributions to the temple increased. Sri Krishnadevaraya had statues of himself and his consorts installed at the portals of the temple, and these statues can be seen to this day. There is also a statue of Venkatapati Raya in the main temple.
After the decline of the Vijayanagar dynasty, nobles and chieftains from all parts of the country continued to pay their homage and offer gifts to the temple. The Maratha general, Raghoji Bhonsle, visited the temple and set up a permanent endowment for the conduct of worship in the temple. He also presented valuable jewels to the Lord, including a large emerald which is still preserved in a box named after the General. Among the later rulers who have endowed large amounts are the rulers of Mysore and Gadwal.
After the fall of the Hindu kingdoms, the Muslim rulers of Karnataka and then the Britishers took over, and many of the temples came under their supervisory and protective control.
In 1843 AD, the East India Company divested itself of the direct management of non-Christian places of worship and native religious institutions. The administration of the shrine of Sri Venkateswara and a number of estates were then entrusted to Sri Seva Dossji of the Hatiramji Mutt at Tirumala, and the temple remained under the administration of the Mahants for nearly a century, till 1933 AD.

In 1933, the Madras Legislature passed a special act, which empowered the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams(TTD) Committee to control and administer a fixed group of temples in the Tirumala-Tirupati area, through a Commissioner appointed by the Government of Madras.In 1951, the Act of 1933 was replaced by an enactment whereby the administration of TTD was entrusted to a Board of Trustees, and an Executive Officer was appointed by the Government .The provisions of the Act of 1951 were retained by Charitable and Religious Endowments Act, 1966.
About Sri Venkateswara Temple:
The ancient and sacred temple of Sri Venkateswara is located on the seventh peak, Venkatachala (Venkata Hill) of the Tirupati Hill, and lies on the southern banks of Sri Swami Pushkarini.
It is by the Lord’s presidency over Venkatachala, that He has received the appellation, Venkateswara (Lord of the Venkata Hill). He is also called the Lord of the Seven Hills.
The temple of Sri Venkateswara has acquired unique sanctity in Indian religious lore. The Sastras, Puranas, Sthala Mahatyams and Alwar hymns unequivocally declare that, in the Kali Yuga, one can attain mukti, only by worshipping Venkata Nayaka or Sri Venkateswara.
The benefits acquired by a piligrimage to Venkatachala are mentioned in the Rig Veda and Asthadasa Puranas. In these epics, Sri Venkateswara is described as the great bestower of boons. There are several legends associated with the manifestation of the Lord at Tirumala.
The temple has its origins in Vaishnavism, an ancient sect which advocates the principles of equality and love, and prohibits animal sacrifice.
The sanctum sanctorum which houses the awe-inspiring idol of the Lord of the Seven Hills is situated in the main temple complex of Tirumala.

Darshan at Sri Venkateswara Temple:

I.Vaikuntam Queue Complex

ii.Sarvadarsanam

iii.Special Entry Darshan (Seeghra Darshan)

iv.Sudarsanam Token System

v.Special Darshan for the Physically Disabled and the Aged

vi.Divya Darshan

vii.Darshan Timings

Vaikuntam Queue Complex:

The entrance for darshan is through the Vaikuntam Queue Complex. The complex is a series of inter-connected halls that leads to the main temple. An efficient queue system ensures that pilgrims move in an orderly fashion through the Queue Complex, towards the main temple.

The halls in the Queue Complex are clean, spacious and airy.TTD provides a wide range of facilities in the Queue Complex:
    -Food is provided for the waiting pilgrims free of cost.
    -Milk, Coffe & Tea provided for waiting pilgrims free of cost.
    -Medical aid
    -Sale of photographs, calendars and other TTD publications
    -Toilets
    -Closed Circuit Television, through which devotional programmes and music are relayed
    -Cloak rooms near the Vaikuntam Queue Complex entrance
    -Places where footwear can be deposited, free of cost (at the entrance)

There are officers to look after the facilities in the Vaikuntam Queue Complex, regulate the queues and attend to complaints.

Sarvadarsanam:

Sarvadarsanam means 'darshan for all'. The timings for Sarvadarsanam are different on different days of the week. Please refer the weekly temple programme for the timings.
On normal days, about 18 hours are allotted for Sarvadarsanam and on peak days, it is open for 20 hours.Around 50,000 pilgrims visit the main temple every day.
Special Entry Darshan (Seeghra Darshan):
The Seeghra Darshanm facility is introduced 0n 21-09-2009 to provide quick Darshan for the Pilgrims. The cost of the Ticket is Rs.300/- per pilgrim. The tickets will be issued at VQC-I in a separate queue line with 4 counters, after taking the tickets, the pilgrims are directly allowed for Darshan. Seeghra Darshan tickets will be issued on all the Sarva Darshan timings.
The darshan timings are the same as that for Sarvadarsanam.
Special Entry Darshan Timings ( Seeghra Darshan )
MONDAY     7:00 AM TO 5:00 PM
TUESDAY     8:00  AM TO 2:00 PM
WEDNESDAY     9:00 AM TO 2:00 PM
THURSDAY     9:00 AM TO 5:00 PM
FRIDAY             9:30 AM TO 9:00 PM
SATURDAY     7:00 AM TO 9:00 PM
SUNDAY             7:00 AM TO 9:00 PM

Divya Darshan:


1. Divya Darshan facility is provided for pedestrian who come on foot to Tirumala through Gali Gopuram or Srivari Mettu.
2. Bio-metric counters are established on these foot paths, to facilitate free darshan, free accommodation (P.A.C) and free food facilities at Tirumala.

Sudarshan token System:

The Sudarsanam token system was introduced to minimise the waiting time for Sarvadarsanam, Special Darshan and other paid darshan/sevas. Some of its features: The tokens are available Rs.50/- token at the.
    1.Second Choultry (behind the Railway Station),
    2.Bhudevi Complex,
    3. Alipiri Tollgate,
    4.Sreenivasam in Tirupati,
    5.Srivari Sannidhi, Tirupati,
    6. RTC Bus stand in Tirupati,
    7.TTD Information centre ,Renigunta (opposite to the Renigunta Railway Station).
    The time of darshan is indicated on the tokens.Pilgrims can enter the Vaikuntam Queue Complex at Tirumala at the time indicated on the tokens. . As this system saves on waiting time, it provides pilgrims with enough time to visit temples in the vicinity like Sri Govindarajaswami Temple and Kapila Teertham at Tirupati, Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple at Tiruchanur and Sri Kalyana Venkateswara Swami Temple at Srinivasa Mangapuram.To help TTD keep a track of the number of pilgrims and ensure their smooth flow, one token is issued per head. Collective tokens for groups are not issued.Sudarshan tokens to a tune of 5000 perday, Tuesday and Wednesday 2000 perday will be issued from 05:00am
Some precautions for you to take:   
    Collect your Sudarsanam token only from TTD-run counters. Tokens issued by others are not valid.Do       not exchange tokens.
    Do not trust touts.

Special Darshan for Physically disabled and Aged:
This special darshan is arranged for the physically disabled and the aged, the infants along with parents through a separate gate at the Maha Dwaram,the main temple entrance. If necessary, such pilgrims can be accompanied by an attendant.

Temple activities
Prasadam
The world famous Tirupati Laddu is given at Tirumala Temple as prasadam.[28] Recently the Trust has taken Geographical Indication of Laddu prasaddam, hence, no one can prepare the same Laddu. Many other prasadams are also available including daddojanam (curd rice), pulihora (tamarind rice), vada and chakkera-pongali (sweet pongal), miryala-pongali, Appam, Paayasam, Jilebi, Muruku, Dosa, seera (kesari). Free meals are given daily to the pilgrims. On Thursdays, the Tirupavadai seva occurs, where food items are kept for naivedyam to Lord Srinivasa.

Hair tonsuring
Many devotees have their head tonsured as an offer. The daily amount of hair collected is over a ton.[29] The hair thus gathered is sold by the temple organization a few times a year by public auction to international buyers for use as hair extensions and in cosmetics,[30] bringing over $6 million to the temple's treasury.[31]
When Lord Balaji was hit on his head by a shepherd, a small portion of his scalp became bald. This is noticed by Neela Devi, a Gandharva princess. She feels "such an attractive face should not have a flaw". Immediately she cuts a portion of her hair and with her magical power she implants it on his scalp. Lord Balaji notices her sacrifice. As hair is a beautiful aspect of the female, he promises her that all his devotees who come to his abode should render their hair to him, and she would be the recipient of all the hair received. Hence it is believed that hair offered by the devotees is accepted by Neela Devi. The hill Neeladri, one among seven hills is named after her.
Hundi (donation pot)
It is believed that Srinivasa had to make arrangements for his wedding. Lord Kubera credited money to the god Venkateswara (a form of the god Vishnu) for his marriage with Padmavati. Srinivasa sought a loan of one crore and 14 lakh (11,400,000) coins of gold from Kubera and had Viswakarma, the divine architect, create heavenly surroundings in the Seshadri hills. Together, Srinivasa and Padmavathy lived for all eternity while Goddess Lakshmi, understanding the commitments of Lord Vishnu, chose to live in his heart forever.[citation needed] In remembrance of this, devotees go to Tirupati to donate money in Venkateswara's hundi (donation pot) so that he can pay it back to Kubera. The hundi collections go as high as 22.5 million INR a day.[8] Devotees offer gold as a token of their love for God. The annual gold offering goes as high as 3000 kg.[32]
Thulabharam
One of the most important offering in this temple, is the ‘thulabharam.’ In the Thulabaram ritual, a devotee sits on a pan of a weighing balance and the other pan is filled with materials greater than the weight of the devotee. Devotees usually offer sugar, jaggery, tulsi leaves, banana, gold, coins. This is mostly performed with newborn babies or children.

Arjitha seva (paid services)
Pilgrims can view and participate (in a limited fashion) in the various sevas performed to Dhruva bera (main idol), Bhoga Srinivasa, Sri Malayappa swami and other idols in the temple.
When pilgrims purchase arjitha seva tickets, they get the opportunity to see a seva performed to the Lord, obtain prasadam in the form of vastram (clothes), akshantalu (sacred and blessed rice) and food articles (laddus, vadas, dosas, pongal, rice items) and a darshan of the utsava murti.[33]

The Seven Hills
The seven hills, also called Saptagiri (Template:Lang-Te), represent the Saptarishi (seven sages). They sometimes called the Sapathagiri. Hence the Lord is named Saptagirinivasa. The following are the seven hills:
•    Vrushabhadri — Hill of Nandi, the vahana of Lord Shiva
•    Anjanadri — Hill of Lord Hanuman
•    Neeladri — Hill of Neela Devi — It is believed that hair offered by the devotees is accepted by Neela Devi. It is because of boon granted by Lord Venkateswara to Neela Devi.
•    Garudadri or Garudachalam — Hill of Garuda, the vahana of Lord Vishnu
•    Seshadri or Seshachalam — Hill of Sesha, the dasa of Lord Vishnu
•    Naraynadri — Hill of Narayana. Srivari Padalu are located here
•    Venkatadri — Hill of Lord Venkateswara
Places in and around Tirumala:
      Sri Varahaswami Temple:
                        Sri Varahaswami Temple in Tirumala is to the north of the Sri Venkateswara Temple, on the banks of Swami Pushkarini. According to legend, Tirumala was originally Adi Varaha Kshetra (the home of Sri Adi Varaha Swami), and it was with his permission that Lord Sri Venkateswara took up residence here According to the Brahma Purana, pilgrims should first offer naivedyam to Sri Adi Varaha Swami, before visiting the Sri Venkateswara Temple.
According to Atri Samhita (Samurtarchanadhikara), the Varaha avatara is worshipped in three forms: 
•    Adi Varaha
•    Pralaya Varaha
•    Yajna Varaha
Sri Bedi Anjaneyaswami Temple:
     Sri Bedi Anjaneyaswami Temple is located on Sannidhi Street, opposite the main temple. (In the Vaishnavite tradition, it is customary to have either Garuda or Anjaneya opposite the main temple.) The idol of Sri Anjaneya is shown with its hands folded in supplication (the Anjali pose). Sri Anjenaya is a devotee of Sri Rama, just as Garuda is of Sri Maha Vishnu. 
Abhishekam is performed every Sunday and special offerings are made on Hanuman Jayanti.
Teerthams in Tirumala:
There are several teerthams in Tirumala:
•    Swami Pushkarini

•    Akasaganga Teertham
•    Papavinasanam Teertham
•    Pandava Teertham
•    Kumaradhara Teertham
•    Tumbhuru Teertham
•    Ramakrishna Teertham     •    Chakra Teertham
•    Vaikuntha Teertham
•    Sesha Teertham
•    Sitamma Teertham
•    Pasupu Teertham
•    Japali Teertham
•    Sanaka Sanandana Teertham
Swami Pushkarini:
Swami Pushkarini was originally in Vaikuntam and belonged to Sri Maha Vishnu. It was set on Earth by Garuda, for the sport of Sri Venkateswara. It is adjacent to the Sri Venkateswara temple.
   Places in and around Tirupathi:
           Sri Govindarajaswami Temple, Tirupati:
                                               Sri Govindarajaswami Temple is one of the most important temples in Tirupati. It has an imposing gopuram which can be seen from a distance. Saint Ramanujacharya consecrated the temple in 1130 AD.
The festivals and functions are similar to those conducted in the Sri Venkateswara temple. The annual Brahmotsavam at this temple is celebrated in the month of Vaisakha every year. The annual float festival is also celebrated every year.
Sri Kodandaramaswami Temple, Tirupati:
        This temple, which was built by a Chola king during the tenth century AD, is situated in the heart of the Tirupati town. The presiding deities are Sita, Rama and Lakshmana.
The temple of Anjaneyaswami, which is directly opposite, is a subshrine of this temple. According to legend, this temple commemorates the visit of Sri Rama to Tirupati. The festivals of Ugadi and Sri Ramanavami are celebrated in this temple on a grand scale. Brahmotsavam is celebrated at this temple every year.
Sevas
Seva    Amount (Rs.)
Archana & Harathi    5.00
Abhishekam (Sankalpam)    20.00
Abhisheka Darsanam    5.00
Nitya Archana (1 year)     42.00
Nitya Archana(Permanent)    542.00
Unjal Seva (every Saturday)    116.00
(five persons allowed)
Sri Rama Kalyanam
(performed on the day after Sri Rama Navami every year)    300.00
(for grihasthas - husband and wife)
Sri Vari Padala Mandapam:
Sri Vari Padala Mandapam, at the entrance of the footpath to Tirumala, also comes under the administrative control of Sri Kondandaramaswamy Temple, Tirupati.
Sevas
Seva    Amt (Rs.) per head
Sri Vari Padala Seva    5.00
Harathi    5.00

Sri Kapileswaraswami Temple, Tirupati:
                          Sri Kapileswaraswami Temple is the only temple dedicated to Lord Siva in Tirupati. It is situated about 3 km to the north of Tirupati, at the foot of the Tirumala Hills. The sacred waterfall called Kapila Teertham (also known as Alwar Teertham) is located here. Annual Brahmotsavams and festivals like Vinayaka Chaturthi, Mahasivaratri, Skanda Shasti and Annabhishekam are performed here with great pomp and splendour.
Sri Venugopalaswami Temple, Karvetinagaram:
                                 Sri Venugopalaswami Temple is situated in Karvetinagaram (near Puttur), 48 km from Tirupati. The main deity of the temple is Sri Venugopalaswami with His consorts - Sri Rukmini Ammavaru and Sri Satyabhama Ammavaru. The temple timings are 0600 to 1100 hrs and 1600 to 2000 hrs every day.
There is a sub-temple with the idol Sri Sita Ramula Pattabhishekam.

The important festivals conducted in the temple every year are:
•    Annual Brahmotsavam
•    Utlotsavam
•    Vaikuntha Ekadasi (Mukkoti Ekadasi)
•    Ugadi Asthanam
•    Gokulashtami
•    Teppotsavam (Float Festival)
•    Sankranti Utsavam

Travelling to Tirupati:
•    You can reach Tirupati by air, rail or road.
•    There are trains that travel via Renigunta or Gudur, but do not touch Tirupati. In such cases, Renigunta (just 10 km from Tirupati) or Gudur (100 km from Tirupati), are convenient points to alight. From Renigunta/Gudur, you can reach Tirupati by train or bus

   
how to go to thirupathi from Hyderabad:
Air
Flight    Hyderabad Dep.     Tirupati
Arr.    Tirupati Dep.    Hyderabad Arr.     Remarks    Fare:
INR (Class)
IC 944/
IC 943      1130
(Mon,Fri)    1225    1605
(Thu,Sun)    1700    Hyd-Tirupati    3630(J)
2485(Y)
9W 3505/
9W 3506    1255
(Daily)    1415    1445
(Daily)    1605    Hyd-Tirupati    2840 (Y)
(Key: J=Executive Class; Y=Economy Class)
Note: The flight timings and fares are updated regularly.
Rail
Train Number    Name    Hyderabad Dep. &
Frequency    Tirupati Arr.    Tirupati Dep.&
Frequency    Hyderabad Arr.     Fare:
INR (Class)
 7424/
7423    Narayanadri Express    1800
(Daily)    0730    1830
(Daily)    0805    2152 (1A)
1084 (2A)
687 (3A)
248 (SL)
147 (II)
 7429/
7430    Rayalaseema Express    1730
(Daily)    0900    1850
(Daily)    1010    1084 (2A)
248 (SL)
797 (FC)
147 (II)
 7406/
7405    Krishna Express    0530
(Daily)    2130    0530
(Daily)    2140    466 (CC)
147 (II)
7498/
7497     Venkatadri     1835
(Daily)     0800     1750
(Daily)     0755     2152 (1A)
1084 (2A)
248 (SL)
147 (II)
(Key: 1A=First Class A/C; 2A=2-tier A/C Sleeper; 3A=3-tier A/C Sleeper;
CC=A/C Chair Car; FC=First Class; SL= Sleeper Class; II=Second Class Seat)

Tirupati is 562 km from Hyderabad (via Kurnool, Cuddapah and Kodur).
APSRTC runs daily buses between Hyderabad and Tirupati. The types of buses are: Express/ Luxury/ Hi-tech/ AC Sleeper Coach.
The AC Sleeper Coach is comfortable as the bus is fitted with Air Suspension for effective shock absorption. Magazines and bedding are provided free of cost. Snacks, soft drinks and mineral water are provided against payment.  There is an attendant to serve passengers. The fare is INR 450.00 per head. 
Hyderabad to Tirupati Driving Directions:
Driving Directions from Hyderabad to Tirupati
    From:     Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh)
Distance: 556.3 km (approx 7 hrs, 50 mins)
    1.Head west on Koti Main Rd toward Turrebaz Khan Rd
Pass by Mesomorph Gym (on the right)    0.3 km
    2.Take the 1st left onto Turrebaz Khan Rd
Pass by Madhura Bank (on the right)    0.4 km
    3.Take the 3rd right onto Jambagh Rd
Pass by Tirumala Music Centre (P) Ltd. (TMC) (on the right)    0.7 km
    4.Turn right at Mukhram Jahi Rd/Nizam Shahi Rd/NH 9    86 m
    5.Take the 1st left onto Malakunta Rd
Pass by Traffic Police Station (on the left)    1.6 km
    6.Turn right at Bhoodevi Temple onto Jumerath bazar Rd/Jummerat Bazar Rd
Pass by St Pauls Hi-tech School (on the right)    1.3 km
    7.Turn left at Puranapul
Pass by Royal Cement Agencies (on the left)    0.2 km
    8.At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Puranapul Rd
Pass by Government Unani Hospital (on the left)    1.3 km
    9.Continue onto Zoo Park Main Rd
Pass by Bilal Mosque (on the left in 1.7 mi)    2.9 km
    10.At Sameer Function Hall, continue onto National Highway 7
Pass by Khan Function Hall (on the left)    2.0 km
    11.Turn left to stay on National Highway 7
Pass by Petrol Pump (on the left in 1.8 mi)    9.4 km
      12.Take the exit    0.4 km
    13.Turn right toward National Highway 7/NH 7    36 m
    Sharp right to merge onto National Highway 7/NH 7
14.Go through 1 roundabout
Pass by Gas Station (on the left in 38.9 mi)    193.0 km
     15.Turn left    0.3 km
    16.Turn left    77 m
    17.Turn right toward National Highway 18    0.3 km
    18.Turn left toward National Highway 18    0.4 km
.    19.Turn right at National Highway 18
Pass by HP (on the left in 42.7 mi)    75.1 km
    20.Turn right at Giddalur Jct to stay on National Highway 18
Pass by Sai Siva Ramalayam (on the right)    35.4 km
    Sharp right to stay on National Highway 18
21.Go through 1 roundabout
Pass by Sai Baba Temple (on the right in 33.7 mi)    83.2 km
    22.Turn left    0.7 km
    23.Slight right    1.9 km
    24.Turn left    0.1 km
    26.Turn left    4.5 km
    27.Turn right    20.2 km
    28.Turn right toward NH 205    107.0 km
    29.Turn right at Renigunta checkpost onto NH 205
Pass by Petrol Pump (on the left in 5.5 mi)    10.1 km
    30.At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit    0.3 km
    31.Turn right toward Tilak Rd    0.6 km
    32.Turn left toward Tilak Rd    0.2 km
    33.Turn right at Tilak Rd
Pass by Petrol Bunk (on the left)    0.1 km
    Take the 1st left onto Tilak Rd/VV Mahal Rd
34.Continue to follow VV Mahal Rd
Pass by HDFC Bank (on the left)    0.5 km
    Turn right at KT Rd/Theertha Katta St
35.Continue to follow KT Rd
Pass by Petrol Pump (on the left in 0.4 mi)    1.1 km
    36.Turn left at Hare Krishna Rd
Pass by Icici Bank ATM (on the left)   

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Postal Address

Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams

TTD Administrative Building
K.T. Road
Tirupati 517 501
Andhra Pradesh
India.
Phone Numbers for call Centre(24/7)
Phone: +91-877-2233333
Phone: +91-877-2277777
Phone: +91-877-2264252
Phone: +91-877-2231777

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    BIRRD    0877-2264621
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    Chief Accounts Officer     0877-2264751
    LAW Officer     0877-2264524
    Joint Excutive Officer     0877-2263960,3214
    Joint Excutive Officer (for Donors)     0877-2270928
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    F.A.&C.A.O.    0877-2264289
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Round the clock, throughout the year.

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13    EDP Manager (IT Dept)     edpm@tt-devasthanams.org    0877-2264544,4341               

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16    Garden Superintendent    supdt_garden@tirumala.org    0877-2263420,4296               

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18    Marketing Officer     mo@tirumala.org    0877-2264555               

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21    Public Relations Officer     pro@tirumala.org    0877-2264392               

22    Special Officer (JEO)Tirumala    jeo_tml@tirumala.org    0877-2270928               

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