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#46 Dec 15th, 2017, 16:00
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There is no need of booking quick darshan (atisheegra darshan). There is a separate counter which captures biometric records. That's why there is no advance booking
System is very swift. It will take hardly one second in complete process. Que time is extra. The counter is hardly crowded.
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Originally Posted by Prakaant View Post There is no need of booking quick darshan (atisheegra darshan). There is a separate counter which captures biometric records. That's why there is no advance booking
System is very swift. It will take hardly one second in complete process. Que time is extra. The counter is hardly crowded.
Thanks Prakaant. I thought that the queue time would be less with advanced booking. I can go for biometric with the advanced booking ticket and then proceed to the darshan at a pre-defined time like in Tirupati.
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There is no provision of advance booking there...

The general darshan slot is allotted for three hours. And generally the darshan is complete within the slotted duration.
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