The doors of the mythological Shiva temple remain closed today

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Based on Kovid-19, the Temple Committee made the decision
Police administration has taken precautionary and security precautions
Gola Gokarnath. The doors of the mythological Shiva temple of Chhoti Kashi remain closed every Monday by Sawan. Due to the possibility of infection with covid-19 and the possibility of a third wave, the temple committee made the decision. At the same time, the administration has taken extensive precautionary and security precautions.
The danger of infection with covid-19 is not yet averted, but the third wave of the corona epidemic is likely to come in the month of August, due to which one can safely see the crowd of Shiva followers who visit the mythical Shiva temple in Sawan Go . urge, this brainstorming lasted several days between the temple committee and the administrative officials.
Eventually, the Shiv Mandir Committee had to make a decision to keep the doors of the mythological Shiva temple closed every Monday by Sawan. On Monday, however, the mythological Shiva temple is opened in the morning for purification and in the afternoon for Aarti worship. On other days, as usual, Shiva followers will have darshan and jalabhishek from Lord Bholmath for which the administration has made provisions for precautionary and safety measures.
The Shiva Temple remains closed every Monday from Sawan due to the corona infection. On Monday, the doors of the temple open at 5:00 a.m. for worship, Aarti at 2:00 p.m., cleaning and decorating at 9:00 p.m. On the other dates of Sawan, Teras Nag Panchami Amavasya Rakshabandhan, arrangements will be made according to government guidelines. Apart from Monday, the mythological Shiva temple will be open as on normal days and the devotees will have darshan.
– Janardan Giri President Shiv Mandir Committee Gola
Will not be able to enter without a mask
Given the transition from Kovid-19, the decision of the Shiv Mandir committee was necessary. Prevention is essential from the third wave of the corona pandemic. Safety and precautionary measures have been taken. No devotee is allowed to enter the temple grounds without a mask. For the security and control of crowds, 13 service posts, seven barriers, four route diversion points and two mobile police teams, reserve forces, were set up on the temple grounds.
Akhilesh Yadav, SDM Gola

Based on Kovid-19, the Temple Committee made the decision

Police administration has taken precautionary and security precautions

Gola Gokarnath. The doors of the mythological Shiva temple of Chhoti Kashi remain closed every Monday by Sawan. The temple committee made the decision based on the possibility of infection with covid-19 and the third wave. At the same time, the administration has taken extensive precautionary and security precautions.

The danger of infection with covid-19 is not yet averted, but the third wave of the corona epidemic is likely to come in the month of August, due to which one can safely see the crowd of Shiva followers who visit the mythical Shiva temple in Sawan Go . urge, this brainstorming lasted several days between the temple committee and the administrative officials.

Eventually, the Shiv Mandir Committee had to make a decision to keep the doors of the mythological Shiva temple closed every Monday by Sawan. On Monday, however, the mythological Shiva temple is opened in the morning for purification and in the afternoon for Aarti worship. On other days, as usual, Shiva followers will have darshan and jalabhishek from Lord Bholmath for which the administration has made provisions for precautionary and safety measures.

The Shiva temple is closed every Monday by Sawan due to the corona infection. On Monday, the doors of the temple open at 5:00 a.m. for worship, Aarti at 2:00 p.m., cleaning and decorating at 9:00 p.m. On the other dates of Sawan, Teras Nag Panchami Amavasya Rakshabandhan, arrangements will be made according to government guidelines. Apart from Monday, the mythological Shiva temple will open as usual and the devotees will have darshan.

– Janardan Giri President Shiv Mandir Committee Gola

Will not be able to enter without a mask

Given the transition from Kovid-19, the decision of the Shiv Mandir committee was necessary. Prevention is essential from the third wave of the corona pandemic. Safety and precautionary measures have been taken. No devotee is allowed to enter the temple grounds without a mask. For the security and control of crowds, 13 service posts, seven barriers, four route diversion points and two mobile police teams, reserve forces, were set up on the temple grounds.

Akhilesh Yadav, SDM Gola

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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