There was no public worship in the Temple of Sheetla Mata

In the village of Kharar in Budhana, believers pray in front of the closed door of the Mata temple complex.
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Old age Due to the lockdown and the corona epidemic, there was no public service at Ganga Dussehra in the temple of Sheetla Mata in the village of Kharar. The doors of the main entrance to the temple remained closed. Believers who came from near and far prayed at the closed main gate of the temple grounds. Fugana police remained vigilant by barricading Temple Street.
Due to the announcement of the lockdown due to the corona epidemic, the government does not allow masses or public services in religious places. Prabhat Sharma, the official of the Temple Committee of Sheetla Mata in Kharar Village, said the administration had not been given permission to hold public services at Ganga Jyeshtha Dussehra. He meticulously completed the rituals of family worship. The doors of the temple were not opened to the believers who came to the area and far away. The main gate of the temple complex was also kept closed.
Since late Saturday evening, an influx of believers came from near and far to pray Sheetla Mata. Due to the closure of the main gate of the temple complex, believers from near and far began to offer Prasad by offering prayers at the main gate of the temple complex themselves. Temple committee officials also took prasad and offerings from under the main gate. Believers who came from far away looked sad because they did not see their mother. At the entrance to Tempelstrasse, the police barricaded and blocked the way. Sub-inspector on duty Anil Kumar said that any vehicle is prohibited from driving on the road. Pedestrians were unstoppable.

Old age Due to the lockdown and the corona epidemic, there was no public service at Ganga Dussehra in the temple of Sheetla Mata in the village of Kharar. The doors of the main entrance to the temple remained closed. Believers who came from near and far prayed at the closed main gate of the temple grounds. Fugana police remained vigilant by barricading Temple Street.

Due to the announcement of the lockdown due to the corona epidemic, the government does not allow masses or public services in religious places. Prabhat Sharma, the official of the Temple Committee of Sheetla Mata in Kharar Village, said the administration had not been given permission to hold public services at Ganga Jyeshtha Dussehra. He meticulously completed the rituals of family worship. The doors of the temple were not opened to the believers who came to the area and far away. The main gate of the temple complex was also kept closed.

Since late Saturday evening, an influx of believers came from near and far to pray Sheetla Mata. Due to the closure of the main gate of the temple complex, believers from near and far began to offer Prasad by offering prayers themselves at the main gate of the temple compound. Temple committee officials also took prasad and offerings from under the main gate. Believers who came from far away looked sad because they did not see the mother. At the entrance to Tempelstrasse, the police barricaded and blocked the way. Sub-inspector on duty Anil Kumar said that any vehicle was prohibited from driving on the road. Pedestrians were unstoppable.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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