400 people take darshan in the Maa Bhaima Kali Temple

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Jury (Rampur Bushahr). The doors of the Maa Bhimakali Temple, which have been closed since the second wave of corona, were opened to believers on Thursday. On the first day, hundreds of devotees reached the temple of Mata in Sarahan and had darshan.
Starting in the morning, the believers arrived at the temple in small groups. The employees of the temple foundation got the believers to see the mother according to the Corona rules. However, devotees were not allowed to enter the Sanctum Sanctorum during this time. The devotees were given darshan of the mother from the final gate.
There is still a ban on wearing prasad and doing tilak in the Bhimakali Mata temple. The temple administration has achieved the social distance to be observed in the Bhimakali temple. During this time, the believers were required to wear masks. In addition, the devotees were forbidden to touch anything in the temple.
Purna Sharma, the high priest of the Maa Bhimakali Temple, said that on the first day of the temple opening, the devotees came from morning to see the mother. On the first day of the temple opening, about four hundred believers had darshan from their mother. People cheered the mother and saw the mother. The management had taken all possible precautions for the devotees’ safety.
Rampur Surendra Mohan, vice president and SDM of the Maa Bhimakali Temple Trust, said the temples will be visited after the government-issued SOP. Social distancing and other rules are strictly observed in the temple.

Jury (Rampur Bushahr). The doors of the Maa Bhimakali Temple, which have been closed since the second wave of corona, were opened to believers on Thursday. On the first day, hundreds of devotees reached the temple of Mata in Sarahan and had darshan.

Starting in the morning, the believers arrived at the temple in small groups. The employees of the temple foundation got the believers to see the mother according to the Corona rules. However, devotees were not allowed to enter the Sanctum Sanctorum during this time. The devotees were given darshan of the mother from the final gate.

There is still a ban on wearing prasad and doing tilak in the Bhimakali Mata temple. The temple administration has achieved the social distance to be observed in the Bhimakali temple. During this time, the believers were required to wear masks. In addition, the devotees were forbidden to touch anything in the temple.

Purna Sharma, the high priest of the Maa Bhimakali Temple, said that on the first day of the temple opening, the devotees came from morning to see the mother. On the first day of the temple opening, about four hundred believers had darshan from their mother. People cheered the mother and saw the mother. The management had taken all possible precautions for the devotees’ safety.

Rampur Surendra Mohan, vice president and SDM of the Maa Bhimakali Temple Trust, said the temples will be visited after the government-issued SOP. Social distancing and other rules are strictly observed in the temple.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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