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Tirumala Tirupathi Devasthanam

New No:26 Old No:50, Venkatanarayana Rd | opposite Thiagaraya Iyer School, Chennai 600017, India
+91 44 2434 3535
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Blessed!

For those wishing to to be blessed by Tirupati Balaji and can't travel till Tirupati, this is the... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Archie264
Devotional Place!!!

I like to visit Tirumala Temple, I visited many times with family & friends! Such a beautiful... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Bibhu_PB
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New No:26 Old No:50, Venkatanarayana Rd | opposite Thiagaraya Iyer School, Chennai 600017, India
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Reviewed 6 days ago

For those wishing to to be blessed by Tirupati Balaji and can't travel till Tirupati, this is the place for you in Chennai. It can get crowded at times so time your visit. Loved the vibes and feel truly blessed!

Thank Archie264
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I like to visit Tirumala Temple, I visited many times with family & friends! Such a beautiful place! Pilgrims can may go inside Temple with FOC as well paid special ticket ! Entire process managed properly by management! Fully organised!

Thank Bibhu_PB
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

there is no words to say about lord venkatramanan, if you get a chance to see him then you are blessed. All Hindus must to see once, Ensure you cover Alamelu Magapuram as well

Thank Sugu_thegreat
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It is the place of lord venkateswara and place is filled with full of croud.it is very happy to stay there

Thank Abhilash K
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

i visited on Saturday evening, crowd was like in Tirumala, well managed, well maintained place. Had very good darshan

Thank Ranga1959
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

last month i have visited in this temple by foot path.. very energynetic temple.. also mind freeness occurs,when reach this place

Thank GOPI369
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The visit to Tirupati from Chennai is a short and pleasant journey. I opted for IRCTC package tour that included return confirmed rail tickets, breakfast on board the morning train that left Chennai Central rail station around 06.30 hours and guided transport in their dedicated...More

Thank JOY_GHOSHDelhi
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Use the App. Govinda to plan your trip in advance. Start early from Chennai. On the way to Thirumalai, have darshan at ALAMELUMANGAPURAM. On the assigned time of darshan, go in advance to show AADHAAR original at the security entrance. Do not take mobile phones...More

Thank Raviram19
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I have always loved visiting tirupati temple. I personally feel good and feel divine every time i visit. It is a personal choice and i cant say if everyone feels the same way. it is my personal choice. would love to go as many time...More

Thank Vinoth G
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Around 4 hours from Chennai lies this place which is considered one of the holiest places in South India. With crores of devotees visiting it every year, this place is a sight to behold. This place is super crowded always. The walk to the temple...More

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rseesurn
20 November 2017|
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Response from Raviram19 | Reviewed this property |
TD is usually TTD that is Tirupathi Thirumalai Devasthanam. (Temple office)
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rseesurn
20 November 2017|
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Response from WVR7933 | Reviewed this property |
TTD Stands for Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam... Which takes care of Tirumala Temple and connected works.
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gimsara
18 September 2017|
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Response from twinkle906 | Reviewed this property |
Hi.... Best option is to go to TTD website and book the required Arjitha Seva tickets etc.....In case you go over there at the counter, chances of missing the tickets may happen.......
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