Tirumala TTD Vaikunta Ekadasi 2023 Tickets Online Booking

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Tirumala must visit an Indian Hindu temple at least once in a lifetime. It is one of the Richest Hindhu Temple in The World. Not only Richest Temple, but This temple is also one of the most visited crowded Hindu Temple in the world. Thousands of People come from across the world to visit Tirumala and have the peaceful darshan of Lord Venkateswara. Lord Venkatesha is also Popularly Known as Govinda. People love to climb Timula with Foot Steps way. And Chant the Lords Name “Edu Kondalavada Venkataramana Govindaa Govindaaa”. Tirumala is a place of festivals and events. Among all festivals, Three festivals are majorly celebrated in Grand Manner.

  1. Tirumala Sri Vari Salakatla Brahmotsavam (Most Visited and Majar Grand Event In Tirumala)
  2. Ratha Sapthami Utsavam (Popularly Known as One Day Brahmotsavam)
  3. Vaikunta Ekadashi Utsavam (Popularly Known as Uttara Dwara Vaikunta Dwara Darshanam)

Tirumala TTD Vaikunta Ekadasi 2023 Tickets Online Booking

Every year on the day of Vaikuntha Ekadashi lakhs of devotees throng Tirumala to visit Lord Venkatesha through the Uttara Dwara. On this day, devotees show interest in visiting Srimannarayan at the northern gate means Uttara Dwara Darshanam. Ekadashi and Dwadashi are the two days when the Vaikuntha Dwara is open, so most people do not get to see the Vaikunta Dwara. That is why TTD will keep the Vaikuntha dwaram open for 10 days. TTD allows devotees to book Tickets from the Online official website.

Click here To book Vaikunta Ekadashi 2023 Darshan Tickets

Click here for Ratha Saptami 2023 Date and Timings

Dakshinayana begins on Asada Suddha Ekadashi Narayana, who has taken up Yoganidra in Vaikunta, wakes up on Kartika Suddha Ekadashi. On the day of Pushyamasa Shuklapaksha Ekadashi, Mukkoti Devathas visit Vaikuntha to have a great darshan of Lord Vishnu. This is the main reason to get this day’s name Mukkoti Ekadashi. In Dakshinayana, it is known as Swarga dwara Ekadashi because the pious dead are allowed to enter heaven on this day.

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