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Tirumala Brahmotsavam 2022 Dates Schedule Navarathri TTD

Tirumala Brahmotsavam 2022 Dates Schedule Navarathri TTD, Tirumala Brahmotsavam Darshan timings, Tirumala Garuda Seva 2022 dates are specified as below. Tirumala Brahmotsavam is one of the most important festivals celebrated in the Tirumala for Lord Sri Venkateswara. Every year lakhs and lakhs of pilgrims will be participating in the Tirumala Brahmotsavam and will be having Darshan of Lord Sri Venkateswara. Every year, the TTD will be conducting this festival with amazing grandeur. On these days, the Uthsava Idols of Lord Sri Venkateswara, Sri Devi and Bhudevi will be riding in the procession in the made streets in Tirumala.

Tirumala Brahmotsavam 2022 Dates Schedule Navarathri TTD

For the year 2022, the Brahmotsavams in Tirumala starts on 26 September 2022, Monday. The Brahmostsavams will end on 5 October 2022, Wednesday. Pilgrims can visit the temple in these days if wanted to participate in the Darshan of Lord Sri Venkateswara. The Schedule of the Brahmotsavam is as below

26 September 2022, Monday: Ankurarpanam
27 September 2022, Tuesday
 Dwajarohanam at 5 PM Evening
Pedda Sesha Vahanam: 09 PM Onwards
28 September 2022 – Wednesday
Chinna Sesha Vahanam: 09 AM onwards
Hamsa Vahanam: 09 PM Onwards
29 September 2022 – Thursday
Simha Vahanam : 09 AM onwards
Muthyala Pallaki Vahanam : 09 PM Onwards
30 September 2022 – Friday
Kalpa Vruksha Vahanam : 09 AM onwards
Sarva Bhoopala Vahanam : 09 PM Onwards
1 October 2022 – Saturday
Mohini Avatharam : 09 AM onwards
Evening 07.30 pm to 12 pm – Garuda Vahanam
2 October 2022 – Sunday
Hanumantha Vahanam : 09 AM onwards
From 4 PM Onwards: Swarna Rathotsavam (Golden Chariot)
Gaja Vahanam : 09 PM Onwards
3 October 2022 – Monday
Surya Prabha Vahana : 09 AM onwards
Chandra Praba Vahana : 09 PM Onwards
4 October 2022 – Tuesday
Rathotsavam:: 09 AM onwards
Ashwa Vahanam : 09 PM Onwards
5 October 2022 – Wednesday
Chakra Snanam : 06 AM onwards
Dwajaavarohanam in the evening marking the end of the Brahmotsavams
Mostly this year also, the pilgrims will be facing COVID restrictions for the Darshan. Also, pilgrims may need to book for the Darshan before itself based on the availability of different types of Darshan. We will be getting to know the restrictions and also Darshan details before some days of the Brahmotsavams
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