TTD Seva Darshan Ticket Online Booking in Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam

Tirumala is a hill town in Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh, India. It is under the authority of Tirupati Urban Development. Tirupati is also located in Chittoor. It is a famous and popular temple in India. Lord Venkateswara or Lord Balaji Was dedicated in this temple. Tirumala is known for tradition, culture and arts. The vibes of Tirumala gives us energetic and pleasant experience. This temple has the rich history and fantastic architecture. This temple was located 3200 feet above the sea level. There are different ways to reach this temple and those are given below:

  • Rail – Tirupati and Renigunta are the nearest railway stations to Tirumala temple. The major trains come to Tirupati from every corner of India. To reach this place in train, book the reserved tickets in Indian Railways and check the PNR Status. After confirmation of ticket you can visit the temple in train.
  • Road – You can visit this temple by road with the help of APSRTC (Andhra Pradesh state Road Transport Corporation). Simply visit the nearest bus station and travel in bus.
  • Foot Steps – After reaching Tirupati, go to Alipiri Mettu and Srivari Mettu, you can reach temple by walking on steps. Alipiri Mettu has 3550 steps and Srivari Mettu has 2400 steps.
  • Air – The nearest airport to Tirumala is Tirupati Airport. After reaching this airport, you can travel again to Tirumala with the help of Bus, car etc.

Tirumala temple is the wealthiest and holiest temple in India and also worldwide. It is the place for heaven. You can visit the Tirumala temple throughout the year for Lard Balaji Darshan. You can also see the other holly places in Tirumala and they are Akasa Ganga, Srivari Mettu, Kapila Theertham, Papavinasam Theertham etc. You can enjoy by seeing these places with family, relatives, friends and also playing some unblocked games in your Smartphone. Every year, millions of devotees and tourists are visiting Tirumala Temple for Lord Venkateswara Darshan. These tourists and pilgrims are coming across every corner of India and also worldwide.…

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