Mumbai: The organisers of the Sri Venkateswara Vaibhavotsavam, a 10-day festival in Delhi, are leaving no stone unturned to give devotees of the Lord, an authentic glimpse of the original temple by recreating an atmosphere that mirrors the customary practices in Tirumala, Andhra Pradesh.
The pran pratishthan (invoking God in the idols) will be done on October 30, followed by Vaibhavotsavam which includes daily sevas, Visesha (special puja) on Monday and Poorabhishekam on Friday.
Devotees of the Lord, who would have had to wait for as long as 20 years to book for the darshan online. But now they can witness Poorabhishekam, and fulfil their desire easily.
The idols of the Gods will be taken out in a procession – a ritual called Veedhotsavam – every evening.
Itinerary (6.45 AM to 10.15 AM):
Besides these, Sudarshana Homam, Vasantotsavam, Ashtadasa Pada Padmaradhana, Sahasra kalasabhishekham, Tiruppavada, Abhishekam, Sriniavasa Kalyanam and Pushpa Yagam too will be performed.
Devotees can also avail themselves of the laddoos.