Tirupati Balaji Temple In Jammu Likely To Be Inaugurated On June 8; Here’s Everything To Know 

by Sanjana Shenoy
Tirupati Balaji Temple In Jammu Likely To Be Inaugurated On June 8; Here’s Everything To Know 

Tirupati Balaji Temple is one of the most revered pilgrim sites in India. Soon, pilgrims will get the opportunity to travel all the way to the snow-capped mountains of Jammu to catch a glimpse of Lord Venkateshwara, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. A massive Tirupati Balaji Temple complex is nearing completion in Jammu’s Majeen area. It will most likely be inaugurated on June 8.

Tirupati Balaji Temple In Jammu Undergoes Final Construction Phase

As per a report by Greater Kashmir, the majestic Tirupati Balaji Temple complex in Jammu is nearing completion. The temple and its allied infrastructure is currently a work in progress under the final stage. It’s nestled in the bypass area connecting the Jammu-Pathankot highway with the Jammu-Srinagar highway. This is through Kunjwani, Malik Market, Narwal and Sidhra road.

The temple once complete and open to the public will usher in tourists from across India. This will boost religious tourism in Jammu and even boost the local economy. Tirupati Balaji Temple will be connected to famous religious tourism sites like Vaishno Devi shrine and Amarnath yatra. So in the near future, there may be religious tourism packages to Jammu & Kashmir that will take pilgrims across the religious destinations.

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Lt Governor Manoj Sinha Likely To Inaugurate It On June 8

Officials revealed to Greater Kashmir that the work on the temple will be completed by the first week of June. Then, from June 4, the priests at Tirupati Balaji Temple in Majeen will hold a special puja. And then on June 8, the temple will open its doors to devotees after the inauguration by Lt Governor Manoj Sinha. The Chairman of Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD), Y. V. Subba Reddy, will accompany him along with other priests and members of the board.


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The Tirupati Balaji Temple complex has allied infrastructure for the well-being, convenience and comfort of devotees. This includes parking space, a meditation centre, veda patasala for education about the Vedas, accommodation and a toilet complex as well. YV Subba Reddy, the Chairman of the TTD visited the site in Jammu and even reviewed the construction work. Apart from the renowned idol of Sri Venkateshwara, the temple will house two more idols of Goddess Padmavati Devi and Sri Andal Srivilliputhur.

Are you looking forward to the inauguration of Jammu’s Tirupati Balaji Temple?

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