Sunday 7 December 2014

TTD launched "Advanced Booking System" of Special Entry Darshan Tickets(Rs.300) through Online/e-Darshan Counters/Post Offices

TTD launched "Advanced Booking Darshan System" of  "Special Entry Darshan Tickets(Rs.300)" on 27/8/2014 in Tirumala Temple. With an aim to provide hassle free and quick darshan to Pilgrims, TTD introduced this new advanced booking of "Rs.300 Special Entry Darshan Tickets".

Special Entry Darshan Tickets(Rs.300) can be booked in advance by three ways.
  1. Online Internet (1day/1week/2weeks quota available ),
  2. e-Darshan Counter (1week/2weeks quota available) and
  3. Post Offices (2weeks quota available).
Online Booking System: Pilgrims can book "Special Entry Darshan Tickets" minimum of 1 day in advance and maximum of 14 days through Online system. 

Daily Quota will be released at 9:00am everyday.

Online Booking Link: Logon to  with credentials

e-Darshan Counters Booking System: Pilgrims can book "Special Entry Darshan Tickets" minimum of 1 week in advance and maximum 2 weeks in advance through e-Darshan Counters. Pilgrims shall book the tickets in all e-Darshan Counters of Andhra pradesh and Telangana States and in Chennai and Bengaluru information centres.

Quota for Advanced Booking of "Special Entry Darshan Tickets(Rs.300)
e-Darshan Booking Internet Booking Post office Booking
5000 tickets 7500 tickets (TTD increased quota from 6000 tickets to 7500 tickets on 3/12/2014) 1000 tickets

Post Offices Booking System: TTD extended advanced booking facility of "Special Entry Darshan Tickets" through selected 9 Post Offices from December 1, 2014 onwards. Pilgrims can book tickets two weeks in advance(say Book Ticket on 11/12/2014 for the darshan date on 25/12/2014).

Important Instructions to the Pilgrims:
  • The Pilgrim should invariably present himself/themselves at the reporting time indicated in the ticket.
  • The Pilgrim will not be permitted before reporting time and after darshan time.
  • Pilgrims shall wear Traditional Dress only. 
Male Traditional Dress: Dhoti, Shirt/Kurtha, Pyjama
Female Traditional Dress: Saree/Half Saree/Chudidar with Dupatta.

SrivariCollections wishes a "Very Happy Darshan of the Lord & Blessings from the Lord"

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