One of the most well known temples in Andhra Pradesh , Tirupati is visited by thousands of pilgrims and devotees every year. The main deity of the place is Lord Venkateswara, or Balaji or Srinivasa who are enshrined inside the temple at Tirupati. This temple is located on the ranges of the Eastern Ghats, called the land of the seven Hills. The Tirupati Festival in Andhra Pradesh refers to this important pilgrimage temple at Tirupati, which is visited by devotees throughout the year. A chain of events and festivals light up the hilltop at Tirupati.
There are a number of festivals that are held at Tirpupati in Andhra Pradesh. The most well known festivals are Brahmotsavam, which is the most ostentatious festival of Lord Venkateswara , that is held in the month of Asweeja( September-October). Everyday during the festival, the deity is taken out in colorful processions flanked by his consorts. The Brahmotsavam continues for 10 days and is one of the most significant festivals of the Tirupati temple.
Time for celebrating Tirupati Festival
The Brahmotsavam Festival at Tirupati is held between the months of September and October. The Sevas are performed every year at a time when there are no general functions scheduled for the day at auspicious specified hours .