Tirumala Unjal Seva Guide
Tirumala Unjal Seva
Tirumala Unjal Seva is the one of the most attended seva by the pilgrims. In Unjal Seva, the Utsava Idols of Lord Sri Venkateswara along with Bhudevi and Sri Devi will be worshiped. The Tirumala Unjal Seva takes place in the Aina Mahal or Addala Mandapam which is also called as the Mirror hall which is located opposite to the Ranga Nayaka Mandapam in Tirumala. Once the Idols are placed in the Hall, the idols are placed in the Swing and the lamps are lit. The seva will be performed by swinging accompanied by Vedam Chanting and also musical instruments which is an amazing experience for the devotees.
Tirumala Unjal Seva Reporting Timings
The Tirumala Unjal Seva is conducted everyday from 1.00 PM to 2.00 PM. The Unjal Seva Pilgrims has to report at the Supadam entrance at 11.30 AM and then after the ticket verification the pilgrims will be allowed to sit in the Mirror hall
Tirumala Unjal Seva Online Booking
The Tirumala Unjal Seva can be booked at the TTD Seva Online website and two tickets can be booked at once. Children below 12 years of age need not to have any tickets. The pilgrims can book the tickets at the website before 90 days of any date. The cost of the Seva is Rs. 200 per ticket.
Tirumala Unjal Seva Dress Code
The Tirumala Unjal Seva dress code is any traditional Indian clothes for both Men and Women. Western formals are not allowed for the seva.
Tirumala Unjal Seva Darshan
Once the Seva is completed the pilgrims will be allowed to have the Darshan of Lord Sri Venkateswara and will be merged with the ongoing line to visit the Lord.
Tirumala Unjal Seva Prasadam
Each pilgrim gets a two laddus for the Unjal Seva and hence the Laddus can be collected at the Laddu Counters once the seva is completed. If the pilgrims requires extra laddus they can book online or else they can buy at the Counter itself.