Know the latest details about Tirumala TTD Maha Laghu Darshan Current Status LIVE Crowd, Tirumala TTD Maha Laghu Darshan Current Status LIVE
As we all know, Tirumala Temple is the most populous temple, and a large number of pilgrims visit every day. To ensure that all pilgrims get their Darshan of Lord Sri Venkateswara as soon as possible, TTD has prepared various Darshan arrangements for them. Implementing Laghu Darshan amid high crowds is another important step to ensure that the que line goes quickly when there is a large audience waiting in line.
TTD has introduced two different forms of Laghu Darshan. These laghu Darshan ensure that the line moves quickly and that the pilgrims in the queue exit the main temple as soon as possible. The several varieties of Laghu Darshan are as follows:
- Maha Laghu Darshan
- Darshan of Laghu
- Normal darshan
Tirumala TTD Maha Laghu Darshan Current Status LIVE Crowd
This Maha Laghu Darshan is implemented at times of high crowds, public holidays, and other festivals with high crowds. During the Maha Laghu Darshan, all pilgrims in line will be able to see Lord Sri Venkateswara from the final door where the Jaya Vijaya Statue sits. It’ll be around 50 feet distant from the main idol. During this Maha Laghu Darshan, pilgrims are not permitted to approach the idol any closer, and this is the most distant darshan one may ever have in Tirumala. During this Darshan, pilgrims would have a sight of the Lord for around 10-12 seconds.
Tirumala TTD Maha Laghu Darshan Current Status LIVE:
Rs.300/- Special Entry Darshan : 3-4 Hours
Divya Darshan : 6-8 Hours
Tirumala Laghu Darshan:
This Darshan is somewhat superior to the Maha Laghu Darshan. Pilgrims will be permitted till the third door of the main temple, where they will be able to see the Lord from a greater distance. It’ll be around 50 feet distant from the main idol. This Laghu Darshan is currently being done on all days except those with a low population and no pilgrims waiting in the compartments. During this Darshan, pilgrims will have a sight of the Lord for around 30-40 seconds.
Devotees are allowed till the very first door, one can view Moola Virat at close proximity. When the crowd is minimal, then it will be Normal Darshan.
For Arjitha Sevas, there will be no queue line, Devotees will be seated right in-front of Moola Virat. Seva usually goes for 30 -40 mins.
Before visiting Tirumala, you should take the following into consideration:
- To gain darshan, pilgrims must have evidence of vaccination (two doses) or a covid-19 negative certificate received within 72 hours of the day of darshan.
- While visiting the temple, you must often wash your hands, keep your distance from other people, and wear a mask.
Visitors to Tirumala must wear the following attire:
- Visitors to the shrine must correctly attire themselves. Applicants are required to wear a dhoti, pyjamas, and a shirt or uttariya with shoulder-length sleeves.
- Candidates must wear Chuddidar pyjama sets, sarees, half-sarees with tops, or half-sarees with outerwear.