Tirumala Tirupati Brahmotsavam

Tirumala Tirupati Brahmotsavam

Brahmotsavam Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam (TTD)

Brahmotsavam at Tirumala are the most sacred and auspicious festival that is conducted by the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam (TTD) .

Brahmotsavam means the Utsavam organized or performed by Brahma, the creator. It is believed that Brahma first started this Utsavam(celebration) and hence it is known as Brahmotsavam. Brahmotsavam is a tribute to Lord Sri Venkateshwara, by Brahma thanking Lord Venkateshwara for protecting and take care of the mankind.

Brahmotsavam at Tirumala is conducted for nine days by the Tirumal Tirupati Deavasthanam (TTD). The Brahmotsavam is conducted normally in the Asweeja or Aswayuja Masam. Below are the rituals that are followed during the Brahmotsavam.

DayMorning RitualNight Ritual
A Day BeforeAnkurarpana, Senadhipathi Uthsavam
First DayTirucchi Utsavam, Dhwaja arohanamPedda Sesha Vahanam
Second DayChinna Sesha VahanamHamsa Vahanam
Third DaySimha VahanamMuthyapu Pandiri Vahanam
Fourth DayKalpa Vruksha VahanamSarva Bhupala Vahanam
Fifth DayMohini Avataram in PallakiGaruda Vahanam
Sixth DayHanuma Vahanam Evening: Vasanthotsavam
Night: Gaja Vahanam
Seventh DaySurya Prabha VahanamChandra Prabha Vahanam
Eighth DayRadhotsavamAsva(Horse) Vahanam
Ninth DayChakra SnanamDhwaja Avarohanam

The dates for Brahmotsavam.

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