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    Question Tirupati V.I.P. Darshan Tickets Booking

    I have to take my parents to Tirupati next week. Does anyone know the procedure to book V.I.P. Tickets for Tirupati?
    I know the scheme is still going on. Is it available for people who don't have contact with ministers? How much does it costs?

    Is it too late to book the V.I.P. tickets?

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    If you are in chennai, try contacting the following address
    TTD Kalyana Mandapam,
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    Venkatanarayana Road,
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    isnt it supposedly online....???

    Vaishnavdevi bookings are all online......from the horse ride to helicopters ..... to VVIP darshan from army gates....
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    As per the online website, all darshans are full.
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    well i wouldnt have gone anyways never been there wont go to a temple where u need to pay for everything even for entry or prashad its more like a human business than a pious place. if i wanto offer something its my wish it should not be imposed on me and god never made the rule of paying for visiting his door.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pri_dm View Post
    well i wouldnt have gone anyways never been there wont go to a temple where u need to pay for everything even for entry or prashad its more like a human business than a pious place. if i wanto offer something its my wish it should not be imposed on me and god never made the rule of paying for visiting his door.
    Ever visited the Puri temple or for that matter any other major temple (the only exception is perhaps Baishno Devi Darshan)
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    Quote Originally Posted by panchabhut View Post
    Ever visited the Puri temple or for that matter any other major temple (the only exception is perhaps Baishno Devi Darshan)
    Never cos i havent ever been to orissa. Talking about major temples yes have visited kamakhya several times. Other than that in the river island of umananda in river brahmaputra there's umananda have been there mostly to stand by the rocks enjoy the scenic beauty and being not crowded at all to get some peace frm city life. Have been to the river island majuli where we have our satra or religious home.

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    can anyone tell me the name of the white sweet which they give in kamakhya temple. i liked it very much.

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    Me too. I am not against going to holy places but where there is a special pass for special people who can pay, where you get your way around by paying - no, no.

    I would rather pray soulfully and truthfully at my own home. I believe that God is present everywhere.
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    i am religious.. i do idol worship,.. i give out money...

    but i dont like such business involved with Lord.
    job takes the child away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by just4kix View Post
    Me too. I am not against going to holy places but where there is a special pass for special people who can pay, where you get your way around by paying - no, no.

    I would rather pray soulfully and truthfully at my own home. I believe that God is present everywhere.
    agree with u jfk

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    Quote Originally Posted by mickey View Post
    i am religious.. i do idol worship,.. i give out money...

    but i dont like such business involved with Lord.
    A quality which all religion are succumbing.

    Quote Originally Posted by just4kix View Post
    Me too. I am not against going to holy places but where there is a special pass for special people who can pay, where you get your way around by paying - no, no.

    I would rather pray soulfully and truthfully at my own home. I believe that God is present everywhere.
    God listen to everyone prayer on Earth. He knows what is in our hearts.
    Last edited by Luke Skywalker; 7th August 2009 at 08:54 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    Quote Originally Posted by just4kix View Post
    Me too. I am not against going to holy places but where there is a special pass for special people who can pay, where you get your way around by paying - no, no.

    I would rather pray soulfully and truthfully at my own home. I believe that God is present everywhere.
    my thoughts are the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farce View Post
    my thoughts are the same.

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    Farce anna uncle and anna and pappa thinks alike :-P

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    hi pappa

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    Quote Originally Posted by newprouser View Post
    hi pappa
    Hi chhotu pappa :-P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pri_dm View Post
    Hi chhotu pappa :-P
    itz oly for girlz

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    Quote Originally Posted by newprouser View Post
    itz oly for girlz
    ur profile has a girls pic atfirst i thought u were a girl now even 18th lama put a girls pic 2 guys in disguise of girls here so that makes u chhottu pappa

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    Quote Originally Posted by panchabhut View Post
    Ever visited the Puri temple or for that matter any other major temple (the only exception is perhaps Baishno Devi Darshan)
    Yes you have said correctly it present in few major temple but I think Tirupati is much more than any other temple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pri_dm View Post
    ur profile has a girls pic atfirst i thought u were a girl now even 18th lama put a girls pic 2 guys in disguise of girls here so that makes u chhottu pappa
    thank god your eye sight is bad !

    my avatar has a gal and a guy's pic ! as far amal, thank god he didn't put a lama's picture !

    well there's no other practical solution to control the kind of crowd which is seen in such popular temples.

    well there's no other practical solution to control the kind of crowd which is seen in such popular temples.
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    Quote Originally Posted by panchabhut View Post
    As per the online website, all darshans are full.
    Thanks for the information.

    Well, I already mentioned sometime back that I rarely go to a temple as I do believe that God resides inside yourself...

    Last time I visited a popular temple was 4 years back to Saibaba's, Shirdi. Cuz of the nagging of my ex (We missed our first bus )... But loved the trip...

    In between I visited a replication of some temple in South India near Pune, "Balaji Temple", 2 years back... cuz I had to go on a long drive with my gf...

    Now, I have to take my parents... Can't help...

    But heard a lot about Tirupati Laddoos...
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    I forgot to update the thread about my visit to the Tirupati Temple.

    We went there and found that people were waiting in the free queue for 10-12 hours... However, my family was fortunate to wrap it up within an hour... Question is, how?

    Well, my dad just reached 60, so my bro accompanied him in the senior citizen queue.

    I and my mother had some major surgery marks to show... So, we were allowed to go in the physically unfit queue...

    However, my dad made it sure to donate enough for the privilege we got... I didn't like it... but it's his money...

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    Well I have no idea about that you can search on Google from where you can find the information regarding to the vip tickets.

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