Brahmotsavam the Hindu celebration is a favorable celebration commended each year at the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple at Tirupati in Andhra Pradesh. As indicated by legends the beginning of this celebration is related with Lord Brahma. It is trusted that once Lord Brahma worshiped Sri Balaji at the catchment territory of the blessed Pushkarini River to thank the Lord for stronghold of humanity. The celebration gets its name from Lord Brahma since it was Lord Brahma who initially led this celebration at Tirupati sanctuary.
Brahmotsava which truly signifies "Brahma's Utsavam". The celebration is praised with extraordinary energy amid the long stretch of October. The festival of the Brahmostsava is performed more than nine-day time frame. On the main day of the celebration "Anurarpana" custom is performed alongside the festival of Shri Vishvaksena. The "Anurarpana" custom means ripeness, wealth and success. Amid each of the nine days of the celebration different religious exercises like homas and day by day parades were different symbols of the god are taken out ious chariots vahanas introduce in the sanctuary.