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Darshan will start at Shri Pitambara Peeth temple from June 19.
- Collector issued order to open the temple at 12 o’clock in the night: devotees will be able to offer prasad, flower garland and water, police administration will be deployed to follow the guide line
- Wearing of mask and two yards is mandatory
The temple has reopened for devotees after two months. However, as before, crowds are not allowed for darshan in the temples. Only six devotees will be allowed to have darshan together. Devotees will also be able to offer flower garlands, water and prasad to the temple. Policemen and local staff will be deployed at the temples to ensure security arrangements and follow the Kovid guide line.
The corona pandemic had driven the devotees away from the temples as the doors of the temples were closed for the common devotees. During this, only panda priests used to offer prayers in the morning and evening in the temples. The rest of the time the temple was deserted. There was silence for two months in the temples where hundreds and thousands of people used to visit every day. Even in Chaitra Navratri, devotees were not allowed to enter the temples. Now the epidemic has subsided, so the state government has given permission to open the temples again. Collector Sanjay Kumar issued an order to open the temple at 12 o’clock on Wednesday night. After the order of the Collector, from Thursday, the temple again got the freedom to visit.
Pitambara Peeth Temple: Darshan will start at Shri Pitambara Peeth temple from June 19. For Darshan, the visitor will have to register online on the website www.shripitambarapeeth.org. The registration link will be open from 9 am to 7 pm daily from June 18. The registration link will be closed on Saturday. Because there is a lockdown in the city on Sundays. Darshan will be from 9 am to 4 pm only.
Ramgarh Kali Mata Temple: The courtyard of the Kali Mata temple of Bhander’s Ramgarh is quite wide but there is not much space inside the temple. Here too, devotees have to come out immediately after having darshan. SDM Iqbal Singh said that only six devotees will be able to visit the temple at a time. Devotees will be able to offer prasad, flower garlands and water along with darshan.
Badi Mata Temple: Although women reach the city’s total goddess Vijay Kali Badi Mata temple to offer water throughout the year between 4 and 8 in the morning, but during the Corona period, women did not get a chance to offer water to the temple. Only the priest was allowed to perform the aarti. Now the temple has opened and six devotees will be able to go inside and offer water, prasad, flower garlands at a time.
Khairi Mata Temple: Khairi Mata Temple is on the hill. There are different routes to reach the temple. The place where there is the idol of the mother, there is not much space. Therefore, from the channel gate itself, devotees will be able to have darshan, offer water and offer prasad. Staying in the temple will not be allowed.
Ratangarh Mata Temple: The temple of Ratangarh Mata is on the hill and the temple courtyard is also very big. Here too, there are two routes each to come from one side and to have darshan from the other side. SDM Anurag Ningwal says that there is continuous worship going on at the temple. As before, devotees will be able to visit the temple.