How to book Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam tickets online
- You can now book Tirupati darshan tickets online.
- The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams have started accepting online ticket bookings for devotees with a limit of 8,000 per day.
- Find out how to book Tirupati darshan tickets online.
Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams will start issuing sarva darshan tickets online for devotees to visit the Tirumala Tirupati temple from September 26.
Currently, the number of tokens have been capped at 8,000 per day. Tirupati ticket booking online will start from September 25 at 9 a.m. The 8,000 limit has been set keeping in view the health security of the devotees as well as the local people in Tirupati.
“From the day TTD started issuing free darshan tokens under current booking quota, an unprecedented number of devotees were queuing up to the booking counters and the overcrowding had become a cause of concern which is why we are now moving the darshan booking to the online mode,” said TTD chairman YV Subba Reddy.
Documents required to visit Tirumala Tirupati temple
The TTD website specifically mentions that devotees will have to carry their vaccine certificate (2 doses), or Covid-19 negative certificate obtained 72 hours prior to the date of darshan.
In addition to this, devotees will also need to carry the following:
- PAN card, Aadhaar card, Passport or Voter ID card.
- List of people visiting along with you, along with their respective identity proof documents.
How to book Tirupati darshan tickets online
- Visit the official TTD website here.
- Now, click on the Special Entry Darshan option.
- Enter your phone number and click on the ‘Generate OTP’ button.
- Once you receive the OTP, enter it and proceed.
- Now, select the date of darshan, your time slot and choose the number of people visiting, any additional laddus and hundi offerings.
- Enter your personal details and proceed to the payment screen.
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