Mathura-Vrindavan Published by: Mukesh Kumar Updated Mon May 31, 2021 6:50 PM IST
Devotees who were away from Thakur Sribankebihari of Vrindavan for nearly a month due to the Corona curfew can now see their worship. According to the new guidelines of the state government, the temple administration of Sribankebihari has decided to open the doors of Thakurji to the devotees from June 1st. Please note that the curfew for Corona was relaxed from June 1st. Under the new policy, the markets are now open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. The popular movement will remain. In view of this, it was decided to open the gate to Sreebakebihari Temple. Temple manager Munish Sharma said that as before June 1, devotees can see their worship in the temple. Kovid’s rules must be followed. Thakurji cannot have darshan in the temple on Saturday and Sunday weekend. The rest of the day is open to ordinary devotees from eight to twelve in the morning and from 5:30 in the evening to 7 in the evening.