As the crowd of devotees has generally been lower in the last few weeks, devotees can have Darshan of their favourite Lord Venkateswara without much hardship!
Thousands of devotees visit Tirupati every day to have Darshan of Lord Sri Venkateswara. Most of them plan their visit two months in advance and make reservations for Darshan, train travel, and lodging.
With these reservations, it is possible to have Darshan of Lord Venkateswara without losing much time. Presently, with the rain having reduced, and the Indian Meteorological Centre having informed that there will not be any adverse effect due to cyclone Mocha, there are prospects for the crowd level of devotees to increase in one or two days in Tirupati.
For the devotees without any tokens/tickets for Darshan, it takes 10 hours for them to have Darshan of Lord Sri Venkateswara. For the devotees with time-slot tokens, it takes 3 hours for Darshan. For the devotees with special entrance tickets, it takes an hour for the Darshan of Lord Sri Venkateswara.
As such, this is the ideal time for devotees to undertake a visit to Tirupati for the Darshan of Lord Sri Venkateswara.