Tirumala Adhyayanotsavams 2019-2020 in Dhanurmasam | 26 December – 19 January 2020

The annual Adhyayanotsavams will commence in Sri Tirumala temple from December 26, 2019 and last till 19 January 2020. This 25 day festival will commence eleven days prior to Vaikuntha Ekadashi festival. The Nalayira Divya Prabandha Pasura Parayanam penned by 12 Alwars will be rendered on this occasion. The first eleven days are known as […]

Dhanurmasam Utsavalu 2018-19 in TTD Temples

As part of Dhanurmasam celebrations special programs including Vishesha pujas will be observed in all sub temples of TTD from Sunday, 16 December 2018, onwards. AT SRI PAT Special rituals will be held at the Sri Padmavati Ammavari Temple as Dhanur masam begins at 5.30pm on Sunday evening. Goddess Padmavati will be paraded in the […]

Tirumala Adhyayanotsavams begins | 7 Dec – 31 December 2018

The annual Adhyayanotsavams commenced in Sri Tirumala temple on Friday, 7 December 2018, and will conclude on December 31. This 25 day festival will commence eleven days prior to Vaikuntha Ekadasi festival. Rendition of Nalayira Divya Prabandha Pasura Parayanam penned by 12 Alwars during these days is the importance associated with this festival. The first […]

Dhanurmasa Adhyayanotsavams in Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam

Dhanurmasa Adhyayanotsavams in Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam are celebrated in December – January. In 2014-2015, the 25-day annual religious fete of ‘Adhyayanotsavams’ will commence from Sunday, December 21 at Sri Venkateswara Swamy temple and will conclude with ‘Tanniramudu’ festival on 14th January 2015. Vedic pundits will recite 4,000 ‘Pasurams’ from ‘Alwar Divya prabandham’ inside the hill […]

Suprabhatha Seva resumes in TTD Temple from January 15, 2014

As said by TTD Press release – The first and fore most awakening ritual that is being performed every in the famous hill temple of Lord Venkateswara in Tirumala resumed on Wednesday with the conclusion of Dhanurmasam on Tuesday. Usually starting with Dhanurmasam, the Suprabhata Seva is replaced by Tiruppavai where in the temple priests […]