Devotees reached the Lord's rate amidst strict precaution

Devotees reached the Lord's rate amidst strict precaution

finally opened to devotees of God on Monday after two months of stringent ban. People started visiting religious places of almost all religions. As a precaution, the Central Government guidelines were strictly followed. In many temples, there was a continuous rush of people from morning to evening. In Jama Masjid, prayers were also performed following social distance. People were asked to make a distance of two yards by putting posters and banners in place at the Bangla Sahib Gurdwara. In the Hanuman temple located in Connaught Place, people played the drums when the temple opened.

Most of the big religious places in Delhi opened to the people. The ancient Hanuman temples at Kalkaji, Jhandewalan, Chhatarpur and Connaught Place have been opened for the devotees to visit from Monday morning. Many major changes were observed in the temples. All the temples have separate gates for entry and exit. After the opening of the doors of the temples, the number of devotees started increasing after nine o'clock in the morning. Everyone was allowed to come to the temple only with a mask. Bamboo and bulls have been installed for darshan from a distance.

Mahant Surendra Avadhoot of Kalkaji Temple has appealed to the devotees not to come to the temple without wearing a mask. The elderly and children do not come for darshan at the moment. Volunteers have been appointed in the temple, who are giving information to the people. Ashutosh Kumar, a devotee who came from Govind Puri in the temple, said that the temples have opened but the responsibility of all of us has also increased.

So it is important to take care of social distance without wearing a mask. Chhatarpur temple manager NK Sethi said that after the temple opened on Monday, devotees had come to visit in large numbers. The devotees were very excited about the darshan.

Noida: The wedding at the gurudwara, could not open Jama Masjid
, after the relaxation of the complete ban on Monday, the city's temples have been opened for devotees on Monday. After the opening of the doors, people visited the temples but it was not the same. The wedding took place at the Gurudwara in Sector-18. Following the rules, the bride and groom came, both of whom were seated next. The family was also seen sitting following social distance. The people wished for Ardas to be liberated from the corona soon.

At the same time, Jama Masjid of the city is in the sealed area. In such a situation, the Niyamata Mosque was not opened. Apart from this, whatever religious places and mosques are in sealed areas, they were not opened. There is no hour nor offerings in the temples. The devotees wished God to get rid of Corona at the earliest. Two major temples in the city, ISKCON and Sai Temple, were not opened yet. There is a huge crowd of devotees here. The pilgrims were thermally tested in the temples. After this, his hands were free of infection. Marks were made on the floor of the temple, on the basis of which people appeared with social distance.

Some such arrangements were made
'Priests and devotees wore masks and gloves
' have been encircled in the temple premises
' Sanitizer machine is installed before entering the temple
' Volunteers are asking the devotees to distance themselves
' without offering in the temple Darshan's appeal
'Children below ten years and elderly not allowed to enter