Thursday, May 7, 2015

nijapada darshanam seva booking

nijapada darshanam seva booking

Nijapada Darshanam Seva Description
On Fridays, One can have a glimpse of Lord Venkateswara without ornaments called 'NijaPada Darshanam'.
The Lord Sri Venkateswara is always decorated with roses and other flower garlands. The Image of His Consort Sri Devi is etched on the right side of His Chest while other Consort Bhu Devi is etched on the left side of His Chest.
The Nagabharanam ornaments embellish His Shoulders. The Gold 'Yajnopavitham', the sacred thread, crosses the chest over His left Shoulder.  A cobra-like mark is seen around his right hand. The four arms are adorned with ornaments that resemble Naga Jewels. The slightly outstretched diamond-encrusted lower right hand, is in the boon-granting or Varadahastha pose, pointing symbolically towards His Lotus feet, the only refuge of His devotees in their quest to overcome the cycle of birth and death.

His Lower left hand is in the Katihastha or Katiyavalambita pose in which the thumb is placed on the thigh and other fingers are almost parallel to the waist. It symbolically indicates that the troubles of life are only knee-deep once the devotees seek His refuge and assures His devotees of His protection.

His dark body is clothed with a Pithambaram fastended with a golden string and encircled with a Dasavatharam gold belt to which are attached tiny, jingling gold bells. The 'Surya Katari' or the Sword of the Sun hangs from the Dasavatharam belt. It is believed that the Sun God presented this belt to Lord Sri Venkateswara.
His Legs and Lotus feet are covered in gold and sport golden anklets with tiny bells. Since the idol of Lord Sri Venkateswara has not been sculpted according to the specifications given in the Agama Sastras for Idols, it is presumed to belong to an older era when the Sastras has not been formulated.


8 comments:

  1. How to book nijapada darshanam

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    1. Dear Sudha,

      Nijapada Darshanam tickets feb month quota will be released online either on 1st jan at 11 am or 8th jan at 11 am. Please subscribe to GoTirupati News letter at www.gotirupati.com so that we will update you in advance.

      Thanks,

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  2. Dear Hareen Rohith,

    Please check now. It is already released.
    For up to date info, please visit http://gotirupati.com

    Thanks,

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  3. Swamy. We the family of four members with newly married couple of my son and daughter-in-law wants to have nijapaada darsan in the month of April 2019. How to book the tickets? May I have the link please.

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  4. When is the next nijapada darshanam

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