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                   The Brahmotsavam festival is one of the most important and auspicious functions in Tirupati. Popular stories trace the origin of this celebration to Brahma, the creator God, who first conducted this festival to Sri Balaji at Tirupati. Brahma worshiped Sri Balaji on the banks of the holy Pushkarini in Tirupati as a way to give thanks for the Lord’s protection of mankind. Hence, this utsava bears his name as "Brahmotsavam," which means "Brahma’s Utsavam." In Tirumala, Brahmotsavam is celebrated in the month of October.

 

 

    

Day Morning Ritual Night Ritual
A Day Before
Ankurarpana, Senadhipathi Uthsavam
First Day – Oct 5,2013 Tirucchi Utsavam, Dhwaja arohanam Pedda Sesha Vahanam
Second Day – Oct 6,2013 Chinna Sesha Vahanam Hamsa Vahanam
Third Day – Oct 7,2013 Simha Vahanam Muthyapu Pandiri Vahanam
Fourth Day – Oct 8,2013 Kalpa Vruksha Vahanam Sarva Bhupala Vahanam
Fifth Day – Oct 9,2013 Mohini Avataram in Pallaki Garuda Vahanam
Sixth Day – Oct 10,2013 Hanuma Vahanam Evening: Vasanthotsavam
Night: Gaja Vahanam
Seventh Day – Oct 11,2013 Surya Prabha Vahanam Chandra Prabha Vahanam
Eighth Day – Oct 12,2013 Radhotsavam Asva(Horse) Vahanam
Ninth Day – Oct 13,2013 Chakra Snanam Dhwaja Avarohanam

 

 

 

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