TTD Suprabatha Seva Darshanam Online Tickets, Current Booking and Lucky Dip Procedure. Tirumala Sri Venkateswara Swamy Suprabatha Darshanam Tickets price, information and things to know.
Before knowing about booking and prices of Suprabatha Seva, let us know about what is this Seva and its origin in Temple poojas. Not known the exact date or year, Historical sources refer that Suprabatham About Sri Govinda or Lord Balaji was written by a sanskrit scholar named Prathivadi Bayankara Annan – A disciple in lineage of Bagavad Ramanuja.
How does Archaka Swamys Perform Suprabatha Seva for Lord venkateswara in Tirumala?
This particular Pooja or Seva is a ritual conducted daily basis on the start of day. Time Time to be followed is Bramhi Muhurtam starts at 3 30 AM in Morning. Vedic Singers and Archakas will enter the temple from Silver Gate, and stand before the first of Holy Seven gates before Jaya and Vijaya.
Then Sannidhi Golla will enter the temple by opening the first gate and lit the lamps in inner sanctum. The Archakas will clean the inner temple and prepare the idols for morning abhishekam. The water used for abhiskham will be brought from Akasa Ganga.
Then the vedic singers will start praising the lord to wake up and provide darshan for devotees. First song will be suprabatham written in Sanskrit. After that Sri Venkateswara Saranagathi and Mangala Saasanam are sung by the vedic scholars.
Devotees close to 400 to 500 are allowed for this particular Darshan on Every day except for some festival days. Each Devotee is allowed to have the Suprabataha Darshanam once the above ritual and praising is completed. First VIP category were allowed to take darshan. After them general ticket holders are provided darshan at Kula Sekhara Padi or first gate from the Dhruvaberam.
Booking Procedure for TTD Suprabatha Seva Darshanam in Tirumala tickets:
General Booking or Current Booking at JEO Arjitham Office:
Till September 2016 Current Booking at CRO office for 50 tickets is given on first come first serve basis. But to provide equal chance for devotees in this type or rare tickets TTD board has allotted them to Random Electronic Lucky Dip. But advance current Booking is observed for people who will send DD for seva ticket will be allotted lucky dip.
Random Allotment of Arjitha Seva Tickets at CRO office:
Devotees need to enroll for Lucky dip at 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM every day. 50 Tickets are reserved for random allotment. For this people need to Give their aadhar card number, and mobile number with Bio Metric Identification. After the Dip at 6 PM devotees will get mobile alert in SMS about the result. Once the message for allotment success released, they can pay 120 Rupees for participating in this Seva.
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Book tickets for Suprabhatam seva on 16th February 2020
We booked tickets at special entrance darshan online on 19/10/2019 how we get confirmation of rooms from seva
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Suprabhatam seva tickets Online boooking is not going to open directly again sir? Old system is good than current booking and Lucky Dip system.
We are trying suprabhata seva every month in dip system from 1 year. But every time
not selected message is coming we are very disappointed. We are waitinng too much swami vari suprabhata seva. please tell any way to suprabhata seva.
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My name is Chandra, I registered for TTD Seva selection since 5 times (5 months) that usually happens thru Electrical Dip, but not selected. I tried within 10 mins every time when it starts but even not selected.
Is there any other way or timings or could any things that could be considered for selection?
Hope lord srinivasa opens eyes for me and i get suprabharat seva
My friend told me to book and participate in Tirumala Suprabatha Darshanam Seva. I registered myself in online for TTD electronic Seva lucky dip. I got the chance to see the suprabatha Darsanam. Very nice to participate in the early morning time. I can even recall the nice song sung by the priests.