Seva Electronic Dip July 2018 Quota

Our Seegra Darshan Booking Website provides the Seva Electronic Dip seva availability for Every month. Devotees can find the time and dates of Seva for particular Month.

To know Sevas in Electronic Dip Click here.

 (Note: This availability is updated on April 01, 2018 7.00 AM)

July 2018 Bookings

Date & Timing
Seva Electronic Dip commence on 6th April 2018 10:00 AM
Electronic Dip commences from 6th April 2018 – 10th April 2018
Random allotment/ Lucky Dip booking will be done on 10th April 2018 12:00 Noon
(SMS/E-mail Notification will be sent to selected devotees)
Selected devotees have to make payment between 10th April – 13th April 12 Noon
(Note: Payment can also be done on Transaction history page)

TTD Electronic Dip Process

Seva Electronic Dip Process

– Pilgrims have to register TTD with their Aadhaar Number (mandatory) as a proof.

– Only Aadhaar Number is for Indian Citizens and Passport for NRI Devotees to register DIP.

– Registering in TTD is difficult because the session will close in a stipulated time, so type the details as soon as possible.

– Modifications were not allowed once submitted. So check the details before submitting the form.

Sevas in Electronic Dip



Thomala Seva

Astadala Pada Padmaradhanam

Nijapada Darshanam

Vishesha pooja


– Devotees who were selected in DIP will be notified with sms/e-mail.

– Devotees who got sms/e-mail have to pay the amount of a selected seva with in time given.

– Pilgrims who avail the seva in DIP were not able to book the Electronic DIP for next 180 days.

Suprabhatham – First Seva

What is Suprabhatham Seva?

Suprabatham seva is the first seva to be performed to Venketeswara God in Tirumala Tirupati temple for the particular day.

When is Suprabhatham Seva?

This ritual is performed at Sayana Mandapam inside sanctum sanctorum to wake up the Lord Venkateswara at 3:00 AM everyday.

How Suprabhatham Seva is performed?

Subrabhatam means woke up the God from Yoga Nidra. Subrabhatam Consists of 70 verses which were subdivided into 4 parts





1 Suprabhatam Morning Prayer waking up The Lord from His Yoga Nidra 29
2 Stotram Prayer praising and entreating The Lord for protection 11
3 Prapatti Prayer surrendering oneself to the Lord’s Lotus Feet 16
4 Mangalaasaasanam Prayer praising Him for His glory, auspiciousness, and craving for His benediction 14

Suprabhatham Divine Gifts:

During this worship, Navanitha Harathi is done to the Lord and a mixture of cow’s milk, butter and sugar is offered to Lord and given as prasadham to Devotees.

The Theertha that is stored in the vessels at night is distributed to the devotees. It is believed that Brahma and the other celestials worship the Lord Venkateswara at night and this Theertha belongs to that worship.