TTD Suprabatha Seva Darshanam Online Tickets, Current Booking and Lucky Dip Procedure. Tirumala Sri Venkateshwara Swamy Suprabatha Darshanam Tickets price, information and things to know.Before knowing about booking and prices of Suprabatha Seva,
let us know about what is this Seva and its origin in Temple poojas. Not known the exact date or year, Historical sources refer that Suprabatham About Sri Govinda or Lord Balaji was written by a sanskrit scholar named Prathivadi Bayankara Annan – A disciple in lineage of Bagavad Ramanuja.
‘Suprabhatam’ is the first seva performed in the temple of Lord Venkateswara before the sun rise. This ritual is performed at Sayana Mandapam inside sanctum sanctorum to wake up Lord Venkateshwara from His celestial sleep, among the rhythmic chanting of vedic hymns. Every day in the early hours acharyapurushas recite the songs beginning with ‘Kausalya Supraja Rama Purva Sandhya Pravarthathe’ in front of the main deity at Bangaru Vakili, while on the other hand, a descendant of Tallapaka Annamacharya sings some songs penned by the great saint poet in praise of Lord Venakteswara at the first corridor of the sanctum sanctum at the same time.
How the suprabhata pooja is performed:
Suprabhatam’ is a Sanskrit term which literally means “Good Morning”. This particular hymn consists of four parts including Suprabhatam, Stotram, Prapatti and Mangalasasanam
- Suprabhatam-It means the awakening of Lord from His divine sleep and it consists of 29 slokas
- Stotram-These are the hymns in praise of Lord, consisting 11 slokas
- Prapatti-Meaning Total Surrender to the lord and it has 16 stanzas
- Mangalasasanam-It is the prayer sung in the glory of Lord consisting 14 stanzas
This arjitha seva is performed before the Bangaru Vakili, after this the Bhoga Srinivasa Murthy (silver replica of the main deity and is also known as “Dhruva Beram”) who was laid to bed in the “Sayana Mantapa” is shifted back to “Garbha Griha” to commence His activities for the day. Archakas, jeeyangars, temple authorities and the Grihastha pilgrims who purchase tickets for Suprabhatam’, worship the Lord during this early morning seva and feel immense solace with the first glimpse of His Divine Charm that which cannot be described in mere words. Immediately after completing the ‘Suprabhatam’, Bangaru Vakili is kept open. The ritual lasts for over 30 minutes
Booking online tickets for suprabhata seva and lucky dip registration:
The daily pooja suprabhatam will be performed at 03:00am and ends at 3.30am every day, the people who want to book for this seva have to report before an hour. More than 150 suprabatha Darshanam Seva tickets are issued per each day. On average more than 4500 tickets are issued for each month.
Devotees who want to book tickets for suprabhata pooja have to register themselves in the website of TTD and can book online tickets provided for suprabhata.
TTD has started the Online Lucky Dip registration for a whole month at a single time for suprabhata seva. Please check our page electronic Lucky dip for online lucky dip enrolment.
Random Allotment of Arjitha Seva Tickets at CRO office:
in previous years Current Booking is released one day in advance. But In recent years to give best service for devotees, 50 dialy quota of Suprabatha Darshan Tickets are allowed for current Lucky DIP Random Allotment registration.
Visit CRO office by 11:00 Am the previous day. Then register your name and accompanying person at once. Devotee will be notified of their lucky dip status through an SMS. Then people who got selected in the lucky dip have to pay the amount and collect their ticket before 8.00pm.