Tirupati Balaji Temple

Tirupati Balaji Temple is a hindu temple is situated in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh’s hill town of Tirumala. It honors Lord Venkateswara, an incarnation of Vishnu, also known as Balaji, Srinivasa, and Govinda. Tirupati Venkateshwara temple is the most prosperous temple in the world in terms of donations received, Tirupati Balaji Temple also famous for its beauty and architecture and is one of the most popular pilgrimage sites globally. The cost of special entry darshan is Rs 300 per pilgrim with one free laddoo. You can make advance booking through the official website of Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams or from the Indian Post Offices.

Dress code for Tirupati Balaji temple

Only traditional clothing is permitted inside the Tirupati Balaji Temple, Men are permitted to wear Kurta, Paijama, dhoti, and uttariyam. Women can wear Saree with blouse, a half-saree, or a churidhar with chunni or duppatta. Devotees are strictly not permitted to enter the temple wearing contemporary clothing such as Bermudas, shorts, miniskirts, midis, sleeveless tops, low-waisted trousers, and short-length T-shirts.

Shri Venkateshwara Temple is one of the eight Vishnu swayambhu kshetras and is ranked as the last and 106th Divya Desam on earth. It is thought that this temple was first built around 300 AD by Dravidian architecture. It is believed that Lord Sri Venkateshwara, who is said to have arrived on Earth to save humanity from the perils of the Kali Yuga. It’s claimed Lord Venkateshwara’s Deity (Murti) will stay in this temple for the length of the Kali Yuga.

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