Tirupati Sri Vakulamatha Temple Timings Darshan Today

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Vakula Devi is the woman who raised Lord Venkateswara. The Vakula Matha Temple is in Tirupati, which is in the state of Andhra Pradesh. According to the tradition of Tirumala, it all began in the Dvapara Yuga when Lord Krishna’s foster mother Yasoda, who was an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, told him that she couldn’t go to any of his weddings. Lord Krishna tells her that later in the Kali Yuga, he will make sure she has a chance to do that.

Sri Vakulamatha Temple was built on a hill in Peruru, Andhra Pradesh, about 300 years ago. It is about 5 kilometres from the temple city of Tirupati. Before, the first pooja was done here. Then, it was moved to the main temple in Tirumala. Later, when Hyder Ali and Tippu Sulthan took over Chandra Giri, this temple was also looted and stolen. It stopped being used and lost its former beauty.

Vakula Maatha wanted this temple to be built so that Maata’s face faces the seven hills where her son Lord Venkateswara lives. In the Kali Yuga, Lord Vishnu shows up as Lord Venkateswara, and Yasoda is reborn as Lord Venkateswara’s foster mother, Vakula Devi, to help him get married to Padmavati, King Akasa Raja’s daughter. So, Vakula Devi gets to see Lord Venkateswara’s kalyanam, which was her wish (wedding).

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Tirupati Sri Vakulamatha Temple Timings Darshan Today

S.No Timings Seva
1 5:30 AM Suprabatham
2 6:00 AM to 6:45 AM Nivedana
3 6:45 AM to 11:30 AM Sarva Darsanam
4 11:30 AM to 12:00 Noon Archana, Nivedana
5 12:00 Noon Temple Closes
6 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM Sarva Darsanam
7 6:00 PM to 6:30 PM Nivedana
8 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM Sarva Darsanam
9 8:30 PM Ekanta Seva

The Rise of the Temple:

Because Vakula Devi best shows the relationship between Lord Venkateswara’s mother and son, a temple was built in her honour about 300 years ago on top of Perurubanda mountain, near the beautiful village of Perur. The temple is about 10 kilometres from the Tirumala hills and is on more than 50 acres of land. This temple was built so that Vakula maata’s (her mother) face faces the Seven Hills, where her son Lord Venkateswara lives, as that was her wish.

So strong is the bond between a mother and her son that at Tirumala, naivedyam (called “bhogh” in Hindi) is first given to the mother and then to Lord Venkateswara. The priests at Vakula Mata temple ring the big bells to show that they are giving naivedyam to the mother, and then the priests at Tirumala offer sacrifices to Lord Venkateswara. In the past, this is how things were done, until the temple was destroyed and all of its beauty was gone.

Mining at Vakulamatha Temple:

Activists and people who live in Tirupati say that politics, corruption, and the carelessness of those in power have led to poor temple maintenance. The temple is built on a mound that is known for its high-quality rocks, which are taken illegally for use in the building business. Since these illegal miners are close to district leaders, the Administration and Police look like they can’t do anything.

At the same time, illegal quarrying was slowly cutting away at the hill from all sides. It means that up to 80% of the hilltop was evened out. Because the Temple’s foundation has gotten weaker, it could fall. Members of the archaeology club have also been worried about the lack of care for the temple, which is hundreds of years old.

With the help of TTD, the temple was rebuilt according to Agama Shastra, and the gopuram was covered in 20 kg of gold before it opened to the public on June 23, 2022.


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