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Do you want to know about Tirupati BALAJI

Many of my friends have lot of doubts and un-answered questions on Tirupati, Tirumala and Lord Balaji. You can find answers regarding Traveling, Staying etc. from the people who already visited or from tirumala.org website etc... There are some questions which my friends ask me (as I come from Tirupati) like, Does lord Balaji have long hair? Is there a big hole behind lord Balaji's Idol ?

You can't find authenticated answers to these questions any ware. There are another set of questions regarding utsavams, culutural practices, theerthams etc. for which it is very difficult to find right answers. If you also have such questions or you want see the answers to these type of questions then definetly you need to join/visit an orkut community called Tirupati Venkateswara-Balaji.

As this community is maintained by a Priest (Ramakrisna Dixit Archakam) who really touches and offers puja to the feet of Lord Balaji, the information provided will be authentic and practical. He is from a family who worshiped lord Balaji from generations and we are very fortunate to find such a person spending time to answer our questions.

You can find many answered questions in the community messages and you can pose your doubts. It is a rare opportunity for every one to get such authentic answers.

Its a must join/visit community for every one who are devotionally bent. So, guys and gals hurry up and join the community of Lord Balaji.

Join Tirupati Venkateswara Balaji .

In the pic, you can find Mr. Ramakrisna Dixit Archakam with "Lord Balaji on Aswa Vahana"


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  1. Thanks for the nice information. I want to visit Tirupati this month. It will help me a lot. Awesome post..

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  2. Thanks a lot for giving this information.

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  3. When the very first time i visited Tirupati Balaji i was really annoyed with the rush and quew's but after Tirupati Darshan i made my mind to come back, after searching alot on internet i came to know about Tirupati Online Booking

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  4. Its very wonderful information about tirupati trip and Hotels Accommodation.Thanks for the inofmration.After reading this i have planed to visit tiruapti. Awesome post.
    Hotels in Tirupati

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