Monday, January 4, 2016

Tirupati Darshan Online Booking

Tirupati Darshan Online Booking


e-Special Tickets for  Tirupati Darshan

Rs.300 or e-special entry darshan tickets should be booked online at ttdsevaonline website. 6 tickets can be booked online using one login ID. Children below 12 years don't need darshan tickets, so no need to include their names while booking.  Tickets are non-transferable. 
For e.g if you book for 10 am - 11 am slot, then you can report anytime between 10 am - 10:30 am.
Actual Darshan starts by 11 am. 
Rs.300 Counter is available at Srinivasam Complex (Opp. Tirupati Bus station). Tickets for the same day darshan will be issued here.


Divya Darshan Tokens

Divya Darshan tokens are free tickets which are issued along the path. There are two paths to Tirumala, Alipiri Mettu and Srivari Mettu. Alipiri Mettu opens for 24 hours and Divya Darshan token counter will be open for 24 hours.
Srivari mettu will be available from 6 am  -  6 pm, so the counter as well.
Darshan Timings depends on the crowd on a particular day.
Ticket will be issued using bio-metric system , which will be matched while going for darshan. 
Tickets are non-transferable. 

Sarva Darshan Tickets

Free darshan tickets, who did not book tickets online or not holding Divya Darshan tickets will be allowed for Darshan under General category. These tickets will be issued at Vaikuntam II Queue complex entrance. Usually Sarva Darshan timings will be high. 
Tickets are non-transferable. Tickets are issued using Bio-metric system.


Arjitha Seva Tickets

Arjitha Seva tickets, Suprabhatham Seva, Thomala Seva, Archana Seva, Astadala pada padmaradhanamu, Nijapada darshanam, Visesha Pooja, Kalyanotsavam, Sahasra deepalankara seva, Unjal seva, Arjitha Brahmotsavam, Arjitha Vasanthotsavam will be released for online booking.
These seva tickets should be booked online at ttdsevaonline website.
Visesha Pooja, Kalyanotsavam, Sahasra deepalankara seva, Unjal seva, Arjitha Brahmotsavam, Arjitha Vasanthotsavam - For these seva tickets, Seva will be performed to the processional deities, followed by Darshan.