The TTD on Friday decided to resume the Srivari darshan for all categories of devotees henceforth. In a statement here, the TTD said that darshan for all categories of devotees would be allowed “honoring their sentiments, but within the framework of Covid-19 guidelines and all health safeguards prescribed by the authorities”.
Earlier similar appeals and requests were also aired by devotees during several Dial-your-EO programs over the last few months. However, the TTD had maintained that the devotees who intend to have darshan of Lord can have through existing channels of booking at their own risk and cost duly keeping in view the Covid norms provided by Central Government.
The TTD has also said that these devotees have to go for darshan in general queue lines only as no special queue line arrangements have been made for them. Following the Covid norms, TTD has dispensed with darshan for the above categories since March 20. But when TTD resumed darshan in June, since then it has been receiving a huge number of emails and appeals from devotees.
The requests included to redeem long-pending vows of tonsuring, ear piercing, Annaprasana for infants and children, and Shashtipurti 70 and 80 year-olds at the abode of Lord Venkateswara as they involve the sentiments, traditions, and practices of devotees.
Get 30% OFF on Dynamic Website Design