Owing to the huge influx of pilgrims who visit Tirupati on a daily basis, the Devasthanam offers unparalleled amenities and services to the devotees who come here from faraway places. One such service is the Venkateswara Dhyana Vignan Mandiram, which became functional in the year 1980. It works as a museum and a meditation center for the pious and spiritually thirsty visitors.
The Museum wing houses numerous religious artifacts, like prayer utensils, along with a splendid display of the time-honored art and architecture. The various Halls of Meditation are functional around the year for a nominal entry fee of one rupee, and along with the guarantee of a spiritual awakening and uplifting experience that is open to all devotees and pilgrims.