Tirumala Srivari Brahmotsavam 2018 Schedule & Dates are released now. Check TTD Srivari Brahmotsavams Day to day schedule, Vahanams list, Sevas Darshan check now. Book TTD Cottages, Rooms & Guesthouses in Online.
Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam Board was about to release the Srivari Annual Brahmotsavams & Navaratri Brahmotsavams. This celebrations was a big spectacular event for TTD as it attracts many tourists and devotees for special celebration. During this festive days Lord Govinda will ascend his all 14 vahanas and will give darshan in Tirumaada Streets openly. This was a feast for devotees this year because, Two times Brahmotsavams are conducted due to Hindu Calendar.
Tirumala Srivari Brahmotsavams – brief History:
From many generations it is wide known that on Tirumala hill, every year in Dussera Navaratri period 9 festive days are celebrated as Brahmotsavams. Puranic or legend sources says that Lord Brahma (Creator of the Universe) has appealed lord Vishnu for his curse that He was left out of all worships ans Sacrifies, Yagnas etc. So Lord Vishnu granted him permission to conduct all his utsavams by his hand. So these festive celebrations are called Brahmotsavams.
Current Schedule for Annual TTD Tirumala Srivari Brahmotsavam 2018:
This year two months festive days are observed. One is in September and other is on October 2018. Check TTD Srivari Annual Brahmotsavams date & Vahanams schedule.
|29 September||Ankurarpana||Peda Sesha Vahanam|
|1 October||Chinna Sesha Vahanam||Hamsa Vahanam|
|2 October||Simha Vahanam||Muthyapu Pandiri Vahanam|
|3 October||Kalavriskha Vahanam||Sarva Bhupala Vahanam|
|4 October||Mohini Avataram||Garuda Vahanam|
|5 October||Hanumantha Vahanam||Gaja Vahanam|
|6 October||Surya Prabha Vahanam||Chandra Prabha Vahanam|
|7 October||Swarna Radhotsavam||Aswa Vahanam|
|8 October||Chakra Snanam||Dwaja Avarohanam|
Overview of Tirumala Srivari Brahmotsavam Schedule:
The Brahmotsavams will begin with Dwajaarohanam and will continue for 9 consecutive days. In these days More than 14 vahanams are given darshan for devotees.