Best Time To Visit Tirupati

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What is the best time to visit Tirupati?

Tirupati is crowded throughout the year; however, the best time to visit Tirupati is from September to February when the climate is relatively balmy with intermittent showers. The summers with its sweltering weather and humidity make Tirupati less ideal to visit.

Winter months are ideal for sightseeing and also visiting the shrine, and the weather is pleasant. The town gets crowded by September which is the onset of Brahmotsavam, one of the auspicious festival of Tirupati. For temple hopping, the best season is again winter owing to festivals like Navratri and Dussehra falling in October. Avoid visiting Tirupati during April and May as the temperature is torrid and unbearable.

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Monthly Weather in Tirupati

Month High/Low (°C) Rain
January 30°/ 18° 6 days
February 32°/ 18° 0 days
March 36°/ 20° 2 days
April 38°/ 23° 7 days
May 40°/ 26° 11 days
June 38°/ 26° 16 days
July 35°/ 25° 17 days
August 34°/ 25° 11 days
September 33°/ 24° 23 days
October 31°/ 23° 24 days
November 31°/ 21° 11 days
December 28°/ 20° 8 days

Tirupati in Monsoon (July - October)

With the arrival of monsoon, the temperature start falling. The months of June, July, August and September bring moderate rainfall. The rush during September is high because of the Brahmotsavan festival celebrated with great pomp. Monsoon is the perfect time to visit the famous Kapila Teertham waterfalls as it looks breathtaking during these months since the waterfall remains more or less empty during summer and late winter season. With the pleasant weather that Tirupati offers compared to other times of the year, this is indeed the best time to make a trip to this temple town.
Padmavati Ammavari Koneru
Padmavati Ammavari Koneru
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Tirupati in Summer (March-June)

Summer begins from March and continues up to June. The temperatures soar up to 42 degrees, which is the reason why you must avoid visiting the town during summers. However, the nights are more relaxed. The crowd is also minimal during the summers, which makes it an excellent time to visit the temples and watch the shrines closely. It is also a good time for budget travellers; however, there are no significant events or festivals during this time of the year; hence, it is advisable to travel to Tirupati post monsoon.
Tirumala Venkateswara Temple, Tirupati
Tirumala Venkateswara Temple, Tirupati
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Tirupati in Winter (November - February)

November - February is the best time to visit Tirupati, owing to a lot of reasons. Firstly, the weather is pleasant and suitable for temple tours. Secondly, some major festivals fall during this period. Navratri and Dussehra are celebrated in almost all the temples, with great enthusiasm. Another festival, Kapileswara Swamy Brahmotsavan is celebrated in February which is considered to be one of the most significant events in Kapila Teertham, a famous shrine in Tirupati. October to January is also the best time to visit the Talakona falls, where there are trek routes for tourist looking to explore through trekking.
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Tirumala View
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Events in Tirupati

Teppotsavam

17th March 2019 - 21 March 2019

Tirumala Tirupati Teppotsavam otherwise called as the float festival is one of the most popular boat festival held at the Krishna Temple at Tirupati. Falling every year in the month of Chaitra (March) according to the Hindu Calendar, the celebrations are held on a grand scale for five days. Amidst the chants hailing Lord Govinda, the Teppotsavam is a spectacular display of culture, religion, tradition and devotion of devotees. The festival takes place at the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple in Andhra Pradesh and will be held on the 17th of March 2019.

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Brahmostavam Festival

30th September 2019 - 8th October 2019

The Tirumala Venkateswara temple, along with being the richest temple, is also the most visited place of worship in the world. Built in the 8th century, this temple witnesses about 50,000-100,000 pilgrimage visits every day. During the Brahmostav Festival in September, the temple is visited by about a million devotees in the span of a week. The festival takes place over a span of nine days and is also termed as the Brahma's Utsavam or Lord Brahma's festival. In 2019, it will be held from 30th September to 8th October 2019.

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Tirupati Photos

Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh
Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple - Very Famous Hindu Temple
Swami Pushkarini Lake - Holy water Lake
Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple - Dedicated to Diety Padmavathi

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