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Soon Sarva Darshanam of Lord at Tirumala will be easy

Soon Sarva Darshanam of Lord at Tirumala will be easy

Tirumala is one of the most visited temples by devotees in India. Each year, lakhs of devotees from all over the world visit Lord Venkateswara. It takes several hours for having the darshan of the Lord there.

A physical queue line system has been followed in Tirumala for many years. Devotees have to come through the line system to get a glimpse of the Lord. It consumes much time due to a large number of devotees visiting the Lord each day.

Now, the good news for the devotees who visit Tirumala temple in Andhra Pradesh is that they can have a darshan of the Lord easily soon through the Sarva Darshan system.

The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam (TTD) has been taking many measures to ease the darshan process. Now the authorities of the TTD decided to introduce a virtual queue line system to reduce the darshan time.


During the severity of the pandemic phases, the TTD stopped the darshan services for devotees. Later, it resumed its services and started issuing tickets for the darshan of Lord Venkateswara. Devotees are issued tickets on a time slot basis. To have a darshan of the Lord, they have to come in a queue.

Long-standing queues are common there. Hence, TTD is thinking to introduce a virtual queue line system so that devotees can get a glimpse of Lord Venkateswara easily through the Sarva Darshan system.

The Sarva Darshan system is provided to common people, in which they can get the darshan of the Lord for free. Besides the Sarva Darshan system, TTD also offers many paid darshan services to the devotees.

But, the Sarva Darshan system is used by many common people. Hence, TTD wanted to replace the physical queue line system with a virtual system.

It says that if the virtual queue line system is implemented, it significantly reduces the waiting time in the physical queue line. Devotees can have the darshan of the Lord within two hours.

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