Efficient way of Darshan of the Lord Venkateswara of Tirupati or Tirupati Balaji temple

T Harinarayana

Abstract


Many temples in India is not well organized for the general public. The temples located in south India are much better compared to northern part of the temples. Clear examples are Kasi Viswanatha temple of Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh and Tirupati Balaji temple in Andhra Pradesh. Although south Indian temples, in general, are better organized there is still a vast scope for improvement. In this article, the queue system followed in Tirupati Balaji temple is critically examined and innovative procedure is suggested considering the safety and comfort of the thousands of daily visitors to the temple.

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