Tirumala Sankranthi Asthanam and Darshan, Pongal special Darshan. Sankranthi festival is celebrated in a more grand way in Tirumala, than any other shrine in Andhra Pradesh. Brahmotsavam festival celebrating the grand manner. Sankranthi is considered as a Telugu First festivals and is a very important festival which is celebrated in Tirumala by Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams.
Sankranti Festival TTD Brahmotsava Dates 2019
Sankranthi festival falls on 14th Jan 2019 this year. Sankranthi Date 2019: 18th March 2018. The srivari temple is decorated with amazing decorations, flowers and is made ready for this festival. Various seva programs, various Brahmotsavam festival comes to celebrate grand. TTD has planned huge arrangements as well as special occasions for Sankranthi festival this year. Navaratri Brahmotsavam 2019 celebrating Nine days. On this day the temple timing starts with Suprabhatham and Shuddi as usually. Followed by this Thomala Seva and Panchanga Sravanam will be performed inside the temple near Bangaru vakili.
According to one school of thought (Poorva Paddathi — old tradition) Bhogi, Sankranti and Kanuma fall on January 14, 15 and 16. Srisaila Devasthanam and TTD have also declared the festivals on those dates. However, the majority of almanac pundits, including some followers of Poorva Paddathi and Drugganitham are of the opinion that the festivals fall on January 13, 14 and 15.
Makar Sankranti 2019 Dates
Makar Sankranti is one among the biggest festival celebrated by Telugu people. it is traced back to the time of Aryans who worshipped the sun god to save and protect them from the hot sunny summer and cold winters. Makar Sankranti celebrated for 4days mainly.
- The First-day Bhogi
- The second day is Makar Sankranti
- Third Day kanuma
- Fourth Day Mukkanuma
Sankrant is harvest festival. So Goddess Lakshmi will also be worshipped in the names of dhanya Lakshmi or Sankranti Lakshmi to bless the farmers with good yieldings.
Tirumala Tirupati TTD Sankranti Festival His Highness Lord Sri Venkateswara Main Idol and also Utsava idols are decorated with new clothes flowers and jewelry and special decorations and then Sankranthi Asthanam will be held in the main temple which includes Panchanga Sravanam.Arjitha sevas on Sankranthi festival. Brahmotsavalu dates, special darshan tickets booking Information available.
Pilgrims devotees over the Sankranti festival dates in the year in TTD Panchangam. TTD Sri Tangirala Prabhakara Purnaiah Siddhanthi and Agama advisor of TTD Sri Vedantam Desikacharyulu has clarified that the dates published by TTD are correct and there is no need for any sort of misconception about Makarasankranti dates. Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam Board has canceled all arjitha sevas including Kalyanotsavam, Unjal Seva and Arjitha Brahmotsavam on this day. Please note all the other remaining Darshanam will be available as usually on this day. Makar Sankranti astrological significance.
Bhogi will be observed on January 14, Sankranti on January 15 and Kanuma on January 16 instead of January 13, 14 and 15 respectively as decided by TTD astrologer and Agama advisor. TTD has started an amazing program to send blessings to Lord Sri Venkateswara to the newly married couples. In this program, the couples can send the wedding invitation before marriage to the TTD address and in return. If Makar Sankranti happens after Sunset then all Punya Kaal activities are postponed till next day Sunrise. Hence all Punya Kaal activities should be done in the day time.
Many devotees visit Tirumala for darshan of Lord Venkateswara on these days and the TTD should thus fix appropriate and scientific dates for the festivals. For List of Pournami Garuda Seva 2019 Schedule in Tirumala Brahmotsavam Sankranti 2019 dates is an annual festival in Tirumala which is celebrated in memory of Lord Srinivasa’s self-manifestation day under the leadership of Brahma devotees. Millions of people throng to Tirumala on this occasion to bath in the divine spirituality of his highness.
The nine days Brahmostavams is one of the magnificent festivals celebrated at Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam. Each day on these nine days, Lord Venkateswara takes for a ride in the Mada streets on different vahanas. This Year, 2018, due to Adhika Masam, Tirumala will be witnessing 2 Brahmotsavams. One is Navratri Brahmotsavam and the later is Salakatla Annual Brahmotsavam. TTD should declare January 13 and 14 as Bhogi and Sankranti as the sun enters the Makara constellation by 1.31 pm on January 14 and it is known as Sankranti. The day before, January 13, should be declared as Bhogi.