Balaji's Prasad was found at home, Tirupati authorities are selling laddu online

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Banglahant Desk: Tirupati Temple is one of the major religious sites in India. Millions of Hindu pilgrims visit this temple every year But this temple is one of the richest in India closed in lockdown. In this situation, the temple authorities have made arrangements to deliver the Balaji Prasad to the devotees.

Tirumala, Andhra pradesh, india- 06 FEBRUARY 2018: Famous and ancient temple of Swami Venkateshwara or Balaji on the mountain Tirumala.

The steering committee of Sri Venkateswara Temple, Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam (OTTD) is distributing the offerings to devotees in every district of Andhra Pradesh. Fans will be able to collect this prasad by visiting the office. As well as online ordering system. However, it must be collected from the TTD office. It is learned that at the request of the fans, it has been decided to deliver Prasad in the Corona situation.

There is a good demand for this prasada among the fans too. On the first day, laddu prasad worth Rs 2.4 lakh was sold from TTD Karlayas in Andhra Pradesh. Laddu is also available for sale. It is reported that laddu of 50 rupees is being sold at 25 rupees with about 50 percent discount. Apart from Andhra Pradesh, laddu is also available in Chennai, Bangalore and Hyderabad.

Venkateswara Temple is one of the major Vishnu temples located in the hill town of Tirumala in Tirupati, Chittor district in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The main deity of this temple is Venkateswara, the incarnation of the Hindu god Vishnu. Tirumala Venkateswara Temple is also known as Tirupati Temple, Tirumala Temple and Tirupati Balaji Temple. According to Hindu belief, Vishnu descended as Tirumala in the form of 'Venkateswara' to save human society from the sorrows and pains of Kali Yuga. For this reason this temple is called ‘Kaliyuga Vaikunthamah’ and Venkateswara is called ‘Kaliyuga Pratyaksha Daibatamh’ (direct deity of Kaliyuga). Venkateswara is also known as ‘Balaji’, ‘Govinda’ and ‘Srinivas’.

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