VIP Break Darshan Dress Code
Tirupati Darshan

VIP Break Darshan Dress Code

VIP Break Darshan Dress Code, Ticket Cost, Timings

Timings: 5:30 am – 7:30 am.

Ticket Cost: Rs.500 per person.

Bahumanam: 2 Laddus per ticket.

Gender Age Dress Code
Male Adult 10 years and above White Pancha, Dhoti/
Kurta, Pyjama
Female Adult 10 years and above Saree with blouse/
Punjabi Dress with Dupatta /
Chudidhar with Dupatta/
Half Saree

Darshan Duration: 1 hour 15 mins – 2 hours.

Reporting Place: VQC I.

VIP Darshan Pass available from Mon to Thu.

Recommendation letter required for this ticket booking.

One must submit a letter a day in advance at JEO Camp office before 12 pm with all ID proofs.

For more details, Please call @ 85000 85151

Kalyanotsavam Seva Dress Code
Tirupati Darshan

Kalyanotsavam Seva Dress Code

Kalyanotsavam Seva Dress Code, Timings, Ticket Cost, Booking

Gender Age Dress Code
Male Adult 10 years and above White Pancha, Dhoti.
Must remove shirt and Vest.
Upper cloth is allowed
Female Adult 10 years and above Saree with blouse/
Punjabi Dress with Dupatta /
Chudidhar with Dupatta/
Half Saree

Ticket Cost: Rs.1000 per couple.

Seva Location: Inside Temple. Beside Ranganayaka Mandapam.

Seva Timings: 10:30 am – 12:00 pm.

Seva Duration: 45 mins.

This Seva is performed daily. Tickets can be booked in online 90 days in advance.

The quota will be released on Every month First Friday at 10:00 am.

One can book one Couple Ticket using 1 login ID.

Delhi Tirupati Rameshwaram Tour
Tirupati Darshan

Delhi Tirupati Rameshwaram Tour

Delhi Tirupati Rameshwaram Tour Package

Delhi Tirupati Rameshwaram Tour Package Cost, Online Booking, Timings, Contact number.

Day Timings Details Journey
Day 1 9:10 pm Boarding Flight to Tirupati Via Hyderabad 2 hour 15 mins
11:25 pm Arrive at Hyderabad
Day 2 6:55 am Boarding Flight to Tirupati 1 hour 5 mins
8:00 am Arrive at Tirupati
8:30 am – 9:30 am Drive and Hotel Checkin
9:30 am – 11:00 am Freshup and Breakfast
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Lunch
3:00 pm – 9:00 pm Local Temples visit

Sri Padmavathi Devi Temple.

Sri Govindaraja Swamy Temple.

Sri Kalyana Venkateswara Swamy, Srinivasa mangapuram.

9:00 pm – 10:00 pm Dinner
Overnight stay in Tirupati
Day 3 7:00 am – 8:00 am Breakfast
8:00 am – 9:00 am Drive to Tirumala
9:00 am – 10:00 am Hair Offering  and Bathing
10:00 am – 10:30 am Report at ATC Car Parking area
10:30 am – 12:30 pm Darshan hours
1:00 pm – 1:30 pm Collecting Laddu Prasad
1:30 pm – 2:30 pm Drive to Tirupati
2:30 pm – 3:30 pm Lunch Hour
Overnight stay in Tirupati
Day 4 7:00 am – 8:00 am Breakfast
12:00 pm – 12:30 pm Drive to Tirupati Railway station
1:00 pm Board Train to Rameswaram

(Tue, Fri and Sun)

16779/ Tirupati – Rameswaram

1:00 pm- 7:35 am Travel to Rameswaram
Day 5 7:45 am Arrive at Rameswaram
8:30 am Hotel check in
9:00 am – 10:00 am Breakfast
10:00 am – 12:00 pm Darshan
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Lunch
3:00 pm – 9:00 pm Local Temples Tour
9:00 pm – 10:00 pm Dinner
Overnight stay in Rameswaram
Day 5 2:00 am Hotel checkout
2:00 am – 5:00 am Drive to Madurai airport
8:10 am Board Flight to Delhi

6E – 7153/ Madurai to Hyderabad

6E 845 / Hyderabad to Delhi

6 hour
2:10 pm Arrive in Delhi
Tour Service Ends

Delhi Tirupati Rameshwaram Tour


  1. To and Fro Flight Charges
  2. Ac cab charges
  3. Sheegra Darshan ticket at Tirumala.
  4. Breakfast
  5. Toll Charges.
  6. Parking Charges
  7. To and Fro Sleeper Class or Ac 3 Tier Charges.


  1. Personal expenses
  2. Any other Expenses not in the inclusions.


For Delhi Tirupati Rameshwaram Tour Booking, Please call @ 93 93 93 9150

Reference Link: details

Bhadra Maruti Kultabad
Maharastra Temples

Bhadra Maruti Kultabad

Bhadra Maruti Kultabad

Bhadra Maruti Kultabad History, Timings, Darshan, Pooja

As per the Legend, Bhadra Sena an ardent devotee of Lord Rama built the temple tank Bhadra Kund where he used Sing Songs on Lord Rama. Impressed with Ram Keertan and Bhajan, Hanuman came down to Bhadravathi Kshetra and stayed here listening to Songs. Bhadrasena noticed that Hanuman was in Bhava samadhi, prostrated before the Lord. Hanuman stayed here on his request. Hanuman offers Darshan in sleeping posture. It is said that Aurangzeb renamed Ratnagiri to Kultabad where Kulta means Heaven.

It is believed that taking bath in the temple tank will be blessed with a good spouse.


Temple Timings

Morning Hours: 5:00 am – 12:00 pm

Evening Hours: 4:00 pm – 8:30 pm


How to reach Bhadra Maruti temple?

By Air

  1. The nearest airport is at Shirdi which is 105 Km away

By Train

  1. The nearest railway station is at Aurangabad which is 26 Km away.

By Road

  1. The direct bus is available from Aurangabad to the temple with high frequency.
TTD Jun month Seva Tickets Quota
Tirumala Temple

TTD Jun month Seva Tickets Quota

TTD Jun month Seva Tickets Quota

TTD Jun month Seva Tickets Quota Date, Timings,

Date: 2nd Mar 2018

Timings: 10:00 am

Lucky Dip Seva Tickets: Suprabhatha Seva, Astadala Pada Padmaradhanam, Thomala Seva, Archana, Nijapada Darshanam

Electronic Dip Opening Date: 2 Mar 2018, 10:00 am – 6 Mar 2018, 10:00 am

Lucky Dip Opening Time: 6 Mar 2018, 12:00 pm.

Payment Date: 6 Mar 2018, 12:00 pm – 9 Mar 2018, 12:00 pm

How to Apply?

  1. Devotees can apply in online at Seva Electronic Dip.
  2. Interested devotees can apply for these Sevas within the specified Time.
  3. Once confirmed, SMS will be delivered to the devotee.
  4. Payment can be done in online within the specified time.
  5. 6 months eligibility limit is set for the next booking.
  6. One is eligible for one Seva ticket using 1 login id.
  7. Suprabhatha Seva, Nijapada Darshan tickets will be available in large numbers. Advisable to opt for these Sevas.
  8. The devotees are allowed to have Darshan from the close distance.


Ahobilam Temple History
Kurnool Temples

Ahobilam Temple History

Ahobilam Temple History

The Lord in the Upper Ahobilam is said to be Swyambhu i.e self-manifested. There are two popular legends for the derivation of the word Ahobilam. It is said that the Devas while witnessing the ferocious form of the Lord and the terrific aspect he took on in order to tear to pieces Hiranyakasyapa sang in his praise

‘Narasimha Paramam Devam Aho Balam Aho Balam’

and hence, the place has come to be known as Ahobilam.

Another version is that because of the great cave, the Ahobila, where Garuda worshipped and realised the Lord. The place itself is come to be called Ahobila.


Ahobilam Temple is the only place where all the nine forms of the Lord Narasimha Swamy are worshipped. It is said that the entire Nalmalla Hills from Kurnool to Chittoor are a personification of Lord Adisesha himself whose tail end is Srisailam, whose middle is Ahobilam and whose head is Tirupati.

There are inscriptions which refer to Vikramaditya of the Western Chalukyan Kings of Kalyan (1076 AD – 1106 AD) worshipped the main deity of this temple. King Krishna Deva Raya has also visited this shrine on his return from the conquest of Kalinga and made offerings to the deity.


Srisailam Mallikarjuna Temple History
Kurnool Temples

Srisailam Mallikarjuna Temple History

“Years ago, there lived a princess named Chandravathi who was the daughter of a King who ruled from the Chandragupta Patnam, on the northern bank of the Krishna river. Her father was a valiant warrior who used to be absent from his court quite often due to his other pre-occupations. The princess Chandravathi grew up into a beautiful maiden. She was very pious and devoted by nature and due to a domestic calamity, she went to a forest of Srisailam on the southern side of the river for prayer and penance. She took nothing with her except a faithful herdsman and some cattle.

The princess was living with the herdsman and the cattle, and living mainly on the forest produce, and upon the milk produced from the cows. She noticed that one black cow out of the herd was not giving any milk at all. She there up on instructed the herdsman to find out the reason for this and to watch the cow. The herdsman hid behind the cow, and watched its movements and came back and reported, that it was not yielding any milk because it gave up all its milk during the course of its wanderings. on a black stone image of Siva in the form of Linga. The princess also witnessed the scene. The night Lord appeared in the dreams of the princess and told her that the black stone lying in the forest was nothing but a manifestation of the Lord Himself. He enjoined upon the princess, the necessity for building a temple around his own Linga.