The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) is soon going to launch a scheme, which will allow devotees to get VIP darshan at the Tirupati Temple, Andhra Pradesh.
According to the new scheme, any devotee donating Rs. 10,000 to the new Srivani Trust can get a ticket for VIP darshan.
Anil Kumar Singhal, the Executive Officer (EO) of the TTD, introduced the new VIP darshan scheme.
The reason to open VIP darshan for common devotees was taken to arrange funds for the newly formed Sri Venkateswara Nirmam (Srivani) Trust. The donations will directly be linked to the new Trust and the money generated will be used for the construction and preservation of the Lord Venkateswara Temple in Tirupati, AP.
As of now, the devotees who want to avail VIP darshan have to get a recommendation letter from people like political leaders and top government officials. However, after this new scheme is implemented, they can directly be eligible for the VIP darshan.
The recommendation letters thin the chances of people getting VIP darshans, even after they pay a huge amount for a single ticket.
The tickets for the VIP darshan will soon be available.
Stay tuned for further updates.