Tirumala: With the second Saturday of the holy month of Peratasi and consecutive holidays till October 2, all the roads leading to Tirupati and Tirumala are crowded with devotees. All the parking areas at Alipiri are full of vehicles. From Alipiri to SV Vedic University there are buses from Tamil Nadu state. Buses lined up on both sides of Alipiri road since Friday. All the compartments in Vaikuntham Queue Complex 1 and 2, Narayangiri sheds were full and the queue lines extended over five kilometers beyond Nandakam Rest House. TTD has made extensive arrangements with a special focus on darshan, food offerings, accommodation etc. in accordance with the rush of devotees. As per the orders of EO AV.Dharmareddy, the officials of all departments of TTD are vigilant and are constantly monitoring the facilities provided to the devotees. TTD has been continuously providing food, drinking water, milk and buttermilk to the devotees in the queue lines since Thursday. Around 2500 sevaks of Srivari are continuously serving the devotees. As of today (30th), devotees who do not have a token will take around 48 hours to reach Srivenkateswara Swamy. TTD Radio, Broadcasting Department has been making continuous announcements on this subject in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Hindi and English languages. Having to wait for a long time for darshan. TTD appeals to devotees to plan their pilgrimage keeping in mind this darshan time.