In Ayodhya, the doors of religious places have been opened from today. After the Mangala Aarti at Ram Janmabhoomi, Hanumangarhi, Kanak Bhawan, Nageshwar Nath Temple, the doors of the temples have been opened for the devotees following the guidelines of the government.
However, today the number of devotees in the temples to see their worship is very less and now the situation before the Corona transition period is not seen in the temples.
Several ways have been taken to avoid corona infection in temples. In Hanumangarhi, according to the government instructions, social distancing is being made by making a circle. A sanitizer has been arranged at the entrance. No devotee can enter the temple without a mask.
At the same time, masks have also been arranged for devotees by the Ramadal Trust in temples. District officer Anuj Jha is visiting religious places and taking stock of the arrangements. They say that all religious places have been opened with a way to prevent corona infection. In this regard talks have also been held with all religious leaders.
Sanitizer has been arranged at religious places and devotees will not enter the temple without masks. The priest of Hanumangarhi, Raju Das said that the devotees who are reaching the temple premises without masks are being provided masks.
The temple complex is also being cleaned at some time. The temple is also sanitized every hour. Mahaviri is not being offered to the devotee in the temple. Prasad is also not being given. The devotee cannot touch the door frame but can only bow before the Lord. Government instructions are being followed.