10 Lines on Brahmotsavam

Brahmotsavam is an important festival of the southern states of India, Andhra Pradesh, and Telangana. It falls every year. We have prepared some sets of 10 lines on Brahmotsavam below. You can check them and use them as per your needs.

Ten Lines on Brahmotsavam

Set 1

1) Brahmotsavam is a festival celebrated by the Hindus in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.

2) The festival is celebrated annually in the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh.

3) Brahmotsavam is a grand festival celebrated for nine days.

4) Brahmotsavam coincides with Navratri because it is a nine days' celebration ending on Dussehra.

5) Brahmotsavam is celebrated in the month of August-September in Gregorian calendar.

6) The main deity who is worshipped in the festival of Brahmotsavam is Lord Vishnu.

7) Each day of Brahmotsavam has its meaning and different rituals are performed on the day.

8) Millions of devotees from near and far locations come to Tirumala-Tirupati temple to be the part of the celebration.

9) During the festival, the temple is filled with sandalwood, camphor and other fragrances.

10) The celebration attracts tourists and devotees from all over India as well as the world.


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Set 2

1) Brahmotsavam which is also called as “Srivari Brahmotsavam” is one of the most important annual celebration in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh.

2) Brahmotsavam is celebrated in “Sri Venkateswara” temple in Tirumala-Tirupati which is dedicated to Lord Vishnu the main deity of the temple.

3) Srivari Brahmotsavam is celebrated in ‘Ashwin’ month of the Hindu calendar and in the month of September-October as per the Gregorian calendar.

4) The word Brahmotsavam is made up of two words, “Brahma” means ‘a respected Hindu deity” and “Mahotsavam” means “celebration”.

5) Historical pieces of evidence imply that Brahmotsavam is being celebrated since ancient times.

6) During “Pallava Dynasty” in Andhra Pradesh, Pallava queen “Samavai” used to donate lands and jewellery for celebrating Brahmotsavam in temples.

7) During Brahmotsavam the “UtsavMurti” or the idol of Lord Venkateswara is taken on different carriages or “vahanam” on the streets surrounding the temple.

8) The festival of Brahmotsavam is a grand celebration which lasts for nine days which coincides with Navratri and ends on the day of Dussehra.

9) Two Brahmotsavam 'Salakatla Brahmotsavam' and 'Navratri Brahmotsavam fall in a year when there is an extra month.

10) At the time of Brahmotsavam, there is a huge gathering of people in the temple as well as in the procession which carries the sacred idol of the deity.


Set 3

1) The Tirupati Tirumala Brahmotsavam festival is celebrated at the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple in Andhra Pradesh.

2) This festival is the most important festival of Andhra Pradesh which is celebrated as a grand celebration in Tirumala Venkateswara Temple for 9 days.

3) This festival is celebrated every year in the month of September-October with great enthusiasm.

4) According to Indian mythology, the origin of this festival is from Lord Brahma.

5) It is a saying that Lord Brahma had organized a ceremony to remove the sins of Indra, in which he performed a special ritual by raising Lord Vishnu on his head.

6) That ritual was the holy bath of Lord Vishnu, known as Avabhritha Utsava, which is now celebrated as Brahmotsavam.

7) This Hindu festival has become a center of attraction for pilgrims and tourists from far and away.

8) Tourists from different states of the country as well as foreigners come to see this festival.

9) On the first day of this festival, the Garuda flag is hoisted which resembles that Garuda (eagle) goes to heaven and invites all the deities to attend this festival.

10) On the last day of the festival, Palki Utsavam and Chakrasanam Utsav in the morning and the golden Tiruchi Utsav on the evening is celebrated.

Set 4

1) The temple of Venkateswara in Andhra Pradesh is one of the wealthiest temples in the whole of India.

2) Situated in a huge mango and sal grove on a hill in the Eastern Ghats, this temple attracts pilgrims throughout the year.

3) The main festival Brahmotsavam is held in September and lasts for nine days.

4) Decorating of the temple of Lord Sri Venkateswara and its all-round with flowers and leaves is called Alaya (home) purification and alankaram (decoration).

5) Dhwajrohanam (hoisting of the flag) indicates the beginning of the Brahmotsavam.

6) The temple authorities hoist the flag (with the picture of Garuda on it), and the temple priests chant Vedic mantras.

7) Garuda, on the day, reaches Devalokam and invites all the important deities.

8) They bathe the God and his patrons after anointing them with sandalwood powder, it is called Churnabhishekam.

9) On the ninth day, the idol is carried in a procession around the streets of Tirumala in various vehicles.

10) In the morning on the last day of the Brahmotsavam, the Lord, his Kansa and Sri Sudarshanchakra Swami take a bath in Pushkarini.


Brahmotsavam is a festival celebrated with much zeal and zest. This festival resembles the RathYatra in Puri when the deity comes outside to give divine appearance and blessings. It is a very ancient festival of Andhra Pradesh which is celebrated till now by the devotees. The mythological aspect shows that to get safeguarded from the malefic effects of Jupiter or 'Brihaspati' and to attain salvation, Lord Vishnu is worshipped, who is one of the most revered gods in Hinduism.