Mumbai’s Siddhivinayak Temple to open on November 16, to permit 1,000 devotees per day

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Mumbai’s Siddhivinayak Temple to open on November 16, to permit 1,000 devotees per day

Just one,000 devotees can be allowed inside well-known Siddhivinayak temple in Mumbai each day starting Monday in staggered time slots to be booked by a cell phone software, its chairman Aadesh Bandekar stated on Sunday.

Spiritual locations in Maharashtra, which have been shut since a COVID-19 lockdown was imposed in March, are set to reopen from Monday throughout ongoing Diwali competition.

The Siddhivinayak Temple Belief has ready a cellular software by which devotees can guide their appointments for darshan starting Monday, Bandekar instructed reporters.

“Devotees must obtain ‘Shri Siddhivinayak temple’ software on their cell phones to guide slot for darshan. They might want to fill of their particulars and guide an appointment, following which a QR code can be generated with a time slot. QR codes for 1,000 individuals can be generated in the course of the day,” he stated

Bandekar stated devotees must put the QR code into the scanner on the temple. “They are going to be allowed inside after present process obligatory checks,” he added.

“The entry barrier will open provided that a visiting devotee’s physique temperature is regular and he/she is sporting a masks,” he stated.

To begin with, 100 individuals can be allowed contained in the temple each hour besides throughout ‘aarti’ and ‘puja’ rituals.

Bandekar appealed to senior residents to avail darshan of Lord Ganesh on the cellular app till the COVID-19 state of affairs returns to normalcy.

Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Saturday introduced that locations of non secular worship will reopen from Monday.

As per the Commonplace Working Procedures (SOPs) launched by the state authorities, spiritual locations positioned out of COVID-19 containment zones can be allowed to stay open as per the timings determined by authorities, and devotees can be allowed inside in a staggered method.

Mumbai’s tally of COVID-19 infections stood at 2,69,130 as on November 14, as per the town civic physique. 

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