Navratri Guidelines for Maharashtra: Due to the coronavirus epidemic, instructions have been issued to open religious places closed in Maharashtra once again. Devotees will visit Siddivinayak Temple in Mumbai from tomorrow, i.e. from the first day of Navratri. At the same time, keeping in mind the Corona, the government has prepared some rules necessary for the devotees to follow.
Navratri Guidelines for Maharashtra
For darshan in Mumbai’s Siddhivinayak temple, devotees will have to book first. After which, they will be able to enter the temple premises through a QR code. According to the temple’s administration, 250 devotees will be given a QR code every hour, and they will have to follow specific rules. Let us tell you; the Maharashtra government had decided to open religious places during a meeting with the task force last month.
These temples are going to open tomorrow.
From tomorrow, devotees, including Shirdi Sai Baba, will be able to visit Shani Shignapur temples. Through the online pass, 15,000 devotees will be allowed to visit the Shirdi temple. Apart from this, Mumbai’s Mumba Devi temple is also going to open from tomorrow. However, only those who have been vaccinated will be allowed to enter the temple. At the same time, Prashan has completely banned flowers, garlands, prasad.
Garba will not be allowed.
Given Corona, the government has banned Garba in Mumbai. Apart from this, SOP has been issued for the Navratri festival.