Tirumala Tirupati TTD Online Kalyanotsavam. TTD Bring kalyanotsavam online. board decided to take nithya kalyanotsaam of lord sr Venkateswara swamy onto virtual platform. in view of covid-19 pandemic effect board decided to provide online services. organized to take nithya kalyanostavam. On effect of Covid-19 sri sri padmavathi varalakshmi vratam, Tiruchanur temple also introduced the arjitha seva online. The on-line Srivari Nitya Kalyanotsava Seva organised by TTD which was launched on August 7 in view of pandemic COVID-19 restrictions, has been garnering a huge response from pilgrims.
TTD Kalyanotsavam Online Procedure
TTD Releasing the onlne tickets for srivari kalyanotsavam and devotees can book them by clicking on the TTD official website www.tirupatibalaji.ap.gov.in TTD sends prasadam which includes uttarium, blouse, akshintalu and sugar candy packet to the address of the devotee couple participants by India post.
TTD has now provided an option to devotee couple who booked Kalyanotsava Seva in online to avail darshan coming to Tirumala within 90 days from the date of their booking. They will be provided darshan alone through Supatham entry. The Arjitha seva of srivari nitha kalynotsavam will be performed in ekantham and provided live telecast facility every day at 12 noon for the benefit of the devotees.
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The ‘arjita seva’ of the Srivari Nitya Kalyanotsavam would be performed in ekantham, the live telecast of which would start at 12 noon every day on the Sri Venkateshwara Bhakti Channel. “The participating devotees should dress traditionally and follow the archakas’ instructions making sankalpam with their names and gotras.
The temple archakas will perform the ceremony on behalf of the devotees who procured online tickets. Devotees will also be sent Srivari Prasadam (uttarium, blouse, and akshintas) through the India post. Live telecast of the Bhagavat Gita and Garuda Puranam from Nada Neerajanam mandapam were in the offing. In view of the response to the telecast of Sundarakanda and Virataparva parayanams, the meeting resolved to telecast more such religious programmes from the mandapam