Annamayya kaalibaata in Alipiri – Tirumala foot road going to be developed | Nearly Rs 3 crore is the estimated cost of these development works of Annamayya kaalibaata
Annamayya baata which is not in use in the Alipiri – Tirumala foot road is going to be renovated. This route was considered dangerous as devotees were frequently slipping down in the Annamayaa kaalibaata (Awwachari kona) between Narasimhaswamy temple and Akkagaarla temple. When the first Ghat road came into usage, on 10th April, 1944, devotees stopped using Annamayya food road. Devotees started using the Ghat road leaving the 1 km long Annamayya kaalibaata. This led to increase in road accidents. To prevent these accidents, Annamayya kaalibaata is going to be developed and a foot over bridge is going to be built in the most dangerous 150mtr range kaalibaata. To prevent devotees from suffering from heat and rain, a shelter is being built in this route and other facilities are also going to be provided. Pedestrian devotees only will be allowed in the Mokaalla parvatam road and the road is also going to be expanded. Cost of all these works are expected to be nearly Rs.3 crores, estimate engineering experts. The decision to developed roads has been taken nearly after 65 years, and the devotees are happy about it.
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IRCTS is offering rail and air packages to Tirupati | Booking facility on every day of the week
Devotees want to visit Tirupati again and again to have a darshan of Lord Venkateswara. Devotees believe that the Darshanam purifies us of all sins. IRCTC is offering special packages for the darshan of Lord Venkateswara at Tirupati which is situated in Chittoor district. IRCTS is offering rail and air packages to Tirupati.
This is a three day tour package. The journey starts from Secunderabad in Narayanadri express (From Sunday to Wednesday) and Padmavati express (on Thursday and Friday). Tourists reach Tirupati the next day morning. Accommodation is provided at Srinivasam. They reach Tirumala after breakfast. They have the darshan of Lord Venkateswara through cellar darshan and come back to Tirupati. Next day the tourists would visit the Kanipakam Vinayaka temple, Srivenkateswara temple at Srinivasa Mangapuram, Goddess Padmavati temple at Tiruchanur, Lord Shiva’s temple at Srikalahasti . They would start their return journey on the third day evening in Narayanadri/Padmavati express to Secunderabad.
Air tickets are reserved before hand as there is an agreement between IRCTC and Air India. The journey would start at 12.30 in the afternoon at Shamshabad Air port and reach Tirupati at 1.45 pm by an Air India plane. Accommodation would be provided in Grand World, a three star hotel. They would reach Tirumala by road. They would have the darshan through Seeghra darsanam and come back to Tirupati. After visiting Tiruchanur temple they would stay that night at Grand World. Next day, at 11 am the Air India plane starts at Renigunta airport and reach Hyderabad at 12.30. This is a Rs.10,000 package and is inclusive of road, air transport, and accommodation in 3 star hotel, food and darshan tickets.
Rail package (for one person in rupees)
Standard package which includes Sleeper journey, Non AC transport and accommodation costs Rs.2,900 for elders and Rs.2,100 for children. Comfort package includes 3 AC journey, AC transport and Accommodation costs Rs.4,200 for elders and Rs.2,800 for children. Deluxe package is offered with 2 AC journey, AC transport and accommodation. This cost Rs.5,000 for elders and Rs.3,200 for children.
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