Ekanta Seva is the last ritual among the daily sevas at Tirumala Tirupati Venkateshwara Swamy Temple . Sarvadarsanam comes to a close with Ekanta Seva. Sri Bhoga Srinivasa Murthi, the silvar image of the main deity is seated in the Sayana Mantapam in a golden cot.
During Ekanta seva, a descendant on Annamacharya sings lullabies to put the Lord to sleep. This seva is also known as panupu seva.
Tarigonda vengamamba’s harati (in a plate inlaid with one of the dasavataras on each day with pearls) is offered to the Lord. Bhoga Srinivasa occupies the cot for eleven months in a year and in the twelfth month of Dhanurmasa (Margali) Sri Krishna is put to sleep.