Free Facilities by TTD

Free Facilities to Pilgrims

There are many facilities or services for free of cost from TTD one can find only in Tirumala. 

Free Bus, Tirumala

Free Buses

Commute in Tirumala The Free bus services, operated by TTD in Tirumala are known as "Dharma Radhams". There are 12 such buses that pass through cottages, choultries, temples and other ...
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Tonsuring and Ear Boring

According to Padma Puranam Tonsuring is the concept of giving hair to our beloved Lord Venkateswara. According to Padma puranam, tonsuring is mandatory at all Teertha Kshetras. By tonsure, one ...
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TTD Jala Prasadam

Jala Prasadam

Free Water Service to Devotees TTD started providing the mineralized and RO purified water to the devotees coming to Tirumala calling as Jala Prasadam. There are many places in Tirumala ...
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Kalyana Vedika

Kalyana Devika - Venue for Marriages Marriages are performed at Kalyana Vedika on free of cost and no need to pay any fee to anyone. Location On the way to ...
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Anna Prasadam

Free food for Devotees Sri Vekateswara Annaprasadam is unique among all donation trusts that are being run by TTD. ‘Annam Para Brahma Swarupam’. Food only can support the body to ...
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Special Darshan

Special Darshan for Physically Disabled & Aged Special Darshan is arranged for physically disabled, senior citizens (above 65 years) and infants (under 12 months) through a separate gate in Dakshana ...
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Sarva Darshanam

Sarva darsanam means 'darshan for all'. Sarva Darshan is the free darshan where in the pilgrims wait for their turn to catch the glimpse of Lord in the compartments of ...
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There are several large choultries with free rooms for families to stay in reasonable comfort. Electricity and water are provided free of charge. For free accommodation, pilgrims may contact the Central Reception Office, near the bus stand in Tirumala. Pilgrims can also rest in Dormitory Halls provided by TTD.

Short Note on T.T.D

TTD is a conglomeration of temples, brought under the First Schedule 2 of the Act 30 of 1987. The Board of Trustees is constituted by members appointed by the government.

The Executive Officer is the chief executive of TTD. He is assisted by two Joint Executive Officers, Chief Vigilance and Security Officer, Conservator of Forests, Financial Advisor & Chief Accounts Officer, and Chief Engineer.

TTD maintains 12 temples and their sub-shrines and employs about 14,000 persons.

TTD has dedicated itself to serving pilgrims who visit Tirumala and Tirupati. It provides facilities to make their pilgrimage a unique and rewarding spiritual experience. It also works towards preserving the serenity and sanctity of the sacred Tirumala-Tirupati area.