Mar 31, 2008

Tirupati Laddu ( Prasadam )


Tirupati laddu
Tirupati laddu, made at Tirumala in Andhra Pradesh, is intensely sweet and made of tiny syrup soaked balls called Laddu Padi (Timings: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.)

Panyarams (Laddus) are sold on all days to pilgrims in the counter outside the temple. Tokens for Laddus can be obtained from bank counters erected in the 'Q' line for Laddus. One Laddu Token is issued per person in the Vaikuntham Queue Complex, on payment, for SarvaDarshan pilgrims. They have to collect their laddu after darshan from the counter outside the main temple.

Laddu Padi Timings : 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Arjitham Big Laddu Padi Rs. 2500/- (30 laddus)
Rs. 1500/- (15 laddus)
Rs. 1000/- (10 laddus)

Five persons are allowed for Srivari Darshan. Laddus will be given after darshan. Laddu Padi tickets are sold at Vijaya Bank. This is sold as Prasadam of Lord Venkateshwara.
Visit .....Tirumala official homepage http://www.tirumala.org/

4 comments:

Pearlsofeast said...

This ladoos are hard resist.

Hima said...

We don't care for money when it comes to tirupati laddus. You may want to collect as many as you can. Thanks for the information niya.

Arvind said...

Is there a way to purchase those laddo's online?? And if yes, can I have the link for the same? Thanks!

Chinna said...

Thanks for sharing... i want to buy through online
is it possible ???