Tirumala Hill in Andhra Pradesh recorded a sharp decrease in the quantity of travelers just as income since it opened a month back. The sanctuary was shut on March 19 because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
As indicated by the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams specialists, around 2.63 lakh travelers had a darshan of the Lord till Friday, since June 11 when it was opened up for explorers. “This isn’t equivalent to the four days’ footfall of pioneers during the typical days,” a TTD official said. The day by day footfall in the sanctuary before its conclusion in March was around 65,000-70,000 during the typical days and almost one lakh during Brahmotsavams (yearly amazing celebration of the Lord) and other celebration days. The drop in the quantity of pioneers has consequently affected the income of the most extravagant sanctum in the nation which has seen a generous drop in the contributions by fans in Hundi (a money chest neighboring the principle sanctuary, where lovers drop cash).