TTD free darshan online booking availability, According to sources, the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam has opened slots for darshan. It has opened at Lord Venkateswara’s hill shrine in Tirumala. Andhra Pradesh has distributed 460,000 tickets online for January.
After two years of being closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, the temple is now permitting devotees to visit the sanctuary by following Covid guidelines. Starting at 9 a.m. on Monday, Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam began releasing slotted Sarvadarshana (SSD) tokens for January. It is available on the official website of Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam.
Devotees can purchase tickets both online and offline. According to sources, the board intends to use the funds for three significant projects. Including the development of a super-specialty children’s hospital. After the ticket distribution announcement on December 25, the board’s homepage received 14 lakh views. And the full slot was booked in 55 minutes.
The board issued 20,000 tickets each day on January 1 and January 13–22, and 12,000 tickets per day on January 2–12 and January 23–31. On the other hand, it issued 5,500 virtualized tickets for the dates of January 1, 2, 13, 22, and 26, all of which were quickly sold out. For darshan, the temple board requires a certificate of vaccination with both dosages of the Covid-19 jab or a negative Covid-19 result.
It has also introduced new guidelines in response to the increase in Covid-19 instances. As well as a growth in the number of devotees in Tirupati. Officials have instructed devotees to purchase tickets using their Aadhaar card information. Udayasthamana Arjitha Seva was founded in 1981 and operated until 1995, when it was officially wound down in 2006. Tickets were initially priced at one lakh rupees. Around 2,600 tickets were sold by the board. 531 tickets, on the other hand, have remained unused.