Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams Special Entry Darshan Online Booking: Due to heavy rush, the official website – www.tirumala.org – is facing an outage at the moment. There is another government website - https://tirupatibalaji.ap.gov.in/ - which is providing the booking facilities at the moment.
Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams Ticket Online Booking: As India continues to witness a new decline in the fresh Covid infections, several institutions such as schools, colleges and religious places have resumed normal activities. As part of the new ‘unlock’ measure, the world-famous Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam temple dedicated to Lord Venkateswara has started the sale of the special entry tickets for the ‘darshan’ of the presiding deity from today. Due to heavy rush, the official website – www.tirumala.org – is facing an outage at the moment. There is another government website – https://tirupatibalaji.ap.gov.in/ – which is providing the booking facilities at the moment. The login window says that there is an ‘exceptional demand’ hence, the delay in the login is inevitable.
How-to guide for booking Tirupati darshan tickets
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1: Log in to the official website of TTD i.e. www.tirumala.org. Or you can alternatively login to the government website tirupatibalaji.ap.gov.in also.
2: The moment you click on the darshan booking link, the system will automatically prompt a live ticker informing you about the wait time.
3: Once you are on the main booking page, generate a login id by giving valid details. After successful payment of Rs 300, you will get a receipt that will notify the darshan date and time slot.
Before booking Tirupati darshan slots, you must know that only fully vaccinated devotees are being allowed entry at the Lord Venkateswara temple. One must carry the final vaccination certificate.
If a devotee is not vaccinated then a negative RTPCR report, which has been received not more than 72 hours before the darshan date will be acceptable. There are reports that the TTD will also open the booking window for the ‘sarva darshan’ slots from tomorrow. At present, there is a limited quota of devotees that will be allowed inside the temple in one day. But by the current trend, the TTD may decide to increase the daily visitor limit.