Tirupati Balaji Temple Facilities

The Tirupati Balaji temple management has created elaborate and massive facilities for the devotees to visit the temple, have the darshan of the Lord and enjoy a comfortable time on the hills. The Tirumala hills are endowed with matchless natural beauty. The greenery surrounding the hills and the cold waterfalls are inspiring scenes to enjoy for all people. The different facilities at the temple include accommodation halls, hair donation outlets, a huge queue complex to facilitate the comfortable and hassle free movement of the devotees lined up for the darshan of the Lord, and dining facilities where free meals are served round the clock.

Ways to reach the Tirupati Balaji temple :

Tirupati Balaji temple is located in the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. Tirupati is a highly developed town today that is well connected with the major cities of India via bus and train. There are well laid roads leading to the city from Chennai and Hyderabad. From Tirupati, the entire stretch of route leading to the Tirumala hills are laid with metal roads and pathways for both pedestrians and people journeying in buses and cars. This is one of the most interesting and wonderful pilgrimage destinations on the earth today.

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We ensure that all the people and visitors to Tirupati are comfortable and convenient in travelling from Bangalore to Tirupati. In the Venkateswara Temple over 433 festivals are being observed in 365 days of a year suiting the title "Nitya Kalyanam Paccha Toranam" where every day is a festival.

Sri Venkateswara Brahmotsavams, a nine-day event, which is celebrated every year during the month of October, is the major event of Venkateswara Temple. During brahmotsavams the processional deity Malayappa along with his consorts SriDevi and BhuDevi, is taken in a procession in four mada streets around the temple on different vahanams. Vahanams include Dwajarohanam, Pedda Sesha Vahanam, Chinna Sesha Vahanam, Hamsa Vahanam, Simha Vahanam, Muthaypu pandiri Vahanam, Kalpavriksha Vahanam, Sarva Bhoopala Vahanam, Mohini Avataram, Garuda Vahanam, Hanumantha Vahanam, Swarna Rathotsavam (Golden Chariot), Gajavahanam, Rathotsavam (Chariot), Ashwa Vahanam, and Chakra Snanam. During Brahmotsavams, the temple will witness lakhs of devotees particularly on Garuda vahanam. Vaikunta Ekadasi, the day on which it is believed that Vaikunta Dwarams will be opened and the most important Vasihnavite festival, is celebrated with grandeur in Tirumala. The Tirumala Venkateswara Temple will be flooded with devotees on a single day with numbers reaching up to 150,000, to have a darshan of Venkateswara through special entrance which encircles inner sanctum called "Vaikunta Dwaram".Rathasapthami is another festival, celebrated during February, when Venkateswara's processional deity (Malayappa) is taken in a procession around the temple on seven different vahanams starting from early morning to late night.The other annual festivals include Rama Navami, Janmashtami, Ugadi, Teppotsavam (Float Festival), Sri Padmavati Parinayotsavams, Pushpa yagam, Pushpa pallaki, Vasanthotsavam (spring festival) conducted in March–April,were celebrated with great splendor.

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