Vijayawada is prepared for the Dasara holiday.

Durga Malleswara Swamy Varla Devastanam is expecting 10 lakh devotees to see the temple during the festival . The festival will begin on September 26 and last until October 5 .

The temple executive officer, D Bramaramba, said all arrangements have been put in place at Sri Durga Malleswara Swamy Varla Devastanam for the grand Dasara Navaratri celebrations.According to her, they are expecting 10 lakh devotees to see the temple during the 10-day festival, which will begin on September 26 and last until October 5.Following the Covid-19 pandemic, temple officials are expecting a large response.Four main queue lines are being developed to make darshan easier for the devotees.

From Om turning, two paid queue lines will be open for those who buy Rs 100 and Rs 200 tickets.According to Bramaramba, a VIP queue line will also be constructed alongside the paid queue lines, and people who purchase a Rs 500 ticket will be allowed in this queue line.For Bhavanis who visit the temple in great numbers during the last three days, special arrangements are being made.At the TTD satram, there are already rest rooms.

Barbers will be used at these places for tonsuring.In light of the hopes of a large turnout, Bramaramba said that 21 lakh parasadam packets are being manufactured.This year, there will be no Annadanam, but the temple authorities intend to distribute food packets.Currently, all arrangements for drinking water have been made, and battery vehicles have been installed to ferry elderly people, pregnant women, and women with toddlers on to the slope.

To maintain cleanliness, up to 250 sanitation workers are stationed.According to her, additional toilets are being built at various locations this year for the convenience of devotees.Darshan will be permitted between 3 a.m. and 10:30 p.m., according to Stanacharyulu's temple.After Snapanabhishekam, darshan to the devotees will begin at 9 a.m. on the first day.