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Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams Vaikunta Ekadasi 2020 Date, Timings

Sri Balaji, Malayappa Swami, Tirupati Thimmappa Vaikunta Ekadasi 2020 Date, Timings, Darshan details

Tirumala Vaikunta Ekadasi: 25th December 2020

Tirumala Vaikunta Dwadasi: 26th December 2020

Tirumala 2020 Vaikunta Dwadasi online tickets may be released on or before 4th September at 10:00 AM.

TTD Vaikunta Ekadasi 2020 Darshan Details:

Divya Darshan, Arjitha Sevas and VIP Darshan are not available. Only Sarva Darshan may be there for Ekadasi and Dwadasi days.

Expected Sarva Darshan Timings: 24 to 36 hours.

Tirumala Ghat road remains open for 24 hours on the day of Vaikunta Ekadasi.

Tirumala Vaikunta Dwaram Darshan Timings: From 5:00 AM 25 December to 11:59 PM 26 December.

Special Darshan Ticket cost Rs.300. Limited tickets may be released for online booking.

Vaikunta Ekadasi Special Tickets Rs.5000 or Rs.10000 tickets may be released for online booking before the event.

All devotees who are going to have Darshan will pass thru Vaikunta Dwaram.

About Vaikuntha Ekadashi:

Vaikuntha Ekadashi is one of the important festivals celebrated in Sri Vishnu temples, especially in South India, Apart from being an Ekadashi, this day also commemorates the attainment of Vaikuntha, the spiritual kingdom of Sri Vishnu by Nammalwar, a great devotee in the Sri Vaishnava sampradaya.

This festival occurs in Dhanurmasam (December-January). The Vaikunda Ekadesi Festival is celebrated in a grand manner in Tirumala Sri Venkateswara Swamy temple, Srirangam Sri Ranganatha temple and Bhadrachalam Sita Ramachandraswamy temples. In Kerala Vaikuntha Ekadashi is known as Swarga Vathil Ekadashi. This Ekadasi is also known as Mukkoti Ekadasi.

Vaikunta Ekadasi is the most revered festival celebrated in Tirumala Hills by the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam, which is an incredible grandeur and also with very good arrangements. Every year, thousands of pilgrims visit the temple on this auspicious day to have Lord Sri Venkateswara’s darshan. In addition, the Dwaram Vaikunta (door) located in the Tirumala Temple will open this day only for pilgrims.

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