A Limited number of Arjitha Seva tickets are allotted under Internet quota. Devotees can log onto WWW. Ttdseva and see availability of seva tickets. The devotees can select the date and seva ticket and payment can be made through credit card. Credit cards, which have citi Bank payment gateway only will be accepted. The dwvotees has to discose his identity through driving licence / passport voter’s identity card/PAN CARD. Arjitha sea tickets booked under internet quoua can either be advanced or postponed but cannot be cancelled. In case of cancellation, the amount will be remitted to Srivari Hundi account.
In case they want to advance pr postpone they have to remit 25% of the seva ticket cost through credit card only, provided the seva ticket is available on the day they requested. Once a transaction is made through internet the amount has to be paid by credit card only.
(Similarly accommodation also can be booked through internet). On successful completion of the trasaction the official refort will be available on the net, which can be printed by the devotee. The devotee has to submit the printed receipt at Padmavathi Guest House sub-enquiry, Tirumala one day in advance and obtain the original receipt. The devotee has to show the identity by producing driving Licence / passport / Voter’s Identity Card / PAN card etc., which was declared on th internet. Other wise, the original seva ticket will not be issued.
Padmavathi Guest House sub-enquiry counter (Internet Counter) functions 24 hours a day. The devotees can obtain the original seva ticket even before the seva commences also
For the past few days, somehow, Annavaram Prasadam coming to my mind very frequently, besides its amazing taste and all the beautiful memories woven around it, there is something more that is making me think of this. I lived in Anakapalli until I finish my graduation. My eldest sister lived in Kakinada after her marriage and she was attending the medical school there. So we had frequent trips to Kakinada. Swamivari prasadam was being sold at the Annavaram bus stop where the buses stop. I do not know whether they still practice this. So we used to buy Prasadam a lot in our trips to Kakinada. May be we have bought the prasadam more times than we have visited Satyanarayana Swamy.