TTD Online Reservation: February Darshan Special Entrance Tickets Available; here is how to book a Rs 300 ticket online

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  • TTD has released a limited number of tickets following the COVID-19 outbreak
  • Tickets could only be purchased on the official website
  • Devotees coming for darshan instructed to obey COVID-19 standards

Tirupati: The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam (TTD) on Friday released special entrance Darshan tickets (Rs 300) for the month of February 2022. Booking started at 9:00 a.m. The TTD oversees the administration of the Sri Venkateswara Temple in Andhra Pradesh.

Slotted Sarva Darshan Tickets (Free) for the month of February 2022 will be available for booking from 9:00 a.m. tomorrow i.e. 29th January 2022.

Special darshan tickets charged at Rs 300 per day are being issued at the rate of 12,000 per day, and online Sarva Darshan tickets will be sold at the rate of 10,000 per day.

A limited number of tickets are released by TTD due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The TTD, however, said tickets could only be purchased from the official website. It clearly stipulated that devotees coming for darshan should obey COVID-19 standards.

There were a limited number of tickets released last month and they sold out in a short time. Although more tickets are expected to be issued this time around, only a few have been released due to COVID-19 cases.

Online booking of tickets TTD Rs 300

  • Visit
  • Depending on traffic there may be a 10 minute wait
  • Fill in your mobile number, your captcha code and click on “Generate OTP”. Enter the six-digit OTP you received on the mobile number you entered, then click “Connect”.
  • A calendar will open and you can select the dates you want. A green color indicates availability, while a yellow color indicates slots are filling up quickly. Blue color indicates the quota has not been released and red indicates the quota is full.
  • After choosing the date, choose the time slot.
  • Click “Continue” after filling in the requested information on this page, such as the number of people and the number of additional laddus
  • Enter the following information on the next page: pilgrim’s name, age, gender, proof of photo ID, ID card number, then click “Continue”.

The shrine of Lord Venkateswara is located in the hill town of Tirumala in Tirupati in the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. It is believed to be the richest Hindu temple in the world.

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