Mathura: There was silence in the city of temples on the third day

Vrindavan (Mathura). On Monday, the third day of the government’s announced curfew to contain the covid infection, the temple city was silent on the streets of Vrindavan. In the morning there was definitely a move for major commodities in the markets. During the day there was silence again.
After Saturday and Sunday, the full effect of the curfew could also be seen in Vrindavan on Monday. In the morning people came out of the houses to get milk and vegetables. Then it became quiet again. With the exception of the drugstores, the rest of the market was completely closed. Police officers allowed those seen on bikes and bicycles to walk to the curb. There was silence around the temples.
There was nothing to be seen in Sreebakebihari Temple other than security guards. The trailer movement has been closed for a fortnight. The same situation was around Prem Mandir, Govinddev Temple, and Ranganath Temple. There was also complete silence on the circuit.

Vrindavan (Mathura). On Monday, the third day of the government’s announced curfew to contain the covid infection, the temple city was silent on the streets of Vrindavan. In the morning there was definitely a move for major commodities in the markets. During the day there was silence again.

After Saturday and Sunday, the full effect of the curfew could also be seen in Vrindavan on Monday. In the morning people came out of the houses to get milk and vegetables. Then it became quiet again. With the exception of the drugstores, the rest of the market was completely closed. Police officers allowed those seen on bikes and bicycles to walk to the curb. There was silence around the temples.

There was nothing to be seen in Sreebakebihari Temple other than security guards. The trailer movement has been closed for a fortnight. The same situation was around Prem Mandir, Govinddev Temple, and Ranganath Temple. There was also complete silence on the circuit.

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