Chennai: Famend Sabarimala temple has opened for devotees on Wednesday for Chithira Attavishesha puja. The Sabarimala temple in Kerala’s Pathanamthitta district will probably be opened once more on November 15 until January 15, for 2 months pilgrimage.
The temple on Wednesday would shut at 9 pm after the puja and the devotees will probably be allowed by way of the digital queue reserving system, knowledgeable Travancore Devaswom Board.
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Kerala: Sabarimala Temple opens for devotees,for Chithira Attavishesha puja. It will shut at 9 pm after the puja. Devotees allowed by digital queue reserving system.They’ve to supply vaccination certificates, exhibiting they’re absolutely vaccinated or RTPCR -ve report not older than 72 hrs pic.twitter.com/x080lyPVU3
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The devotees must produce a vaccination certificates or a destructive RT-PCR report not older than 72 hours, added the Travancore Devaswom board.
In the meantime, Kerala reported practically 6,500 contemporary Covid instances and 45 fatalities as a result of lethal illness.
Because of the Pandemic onset within the state, final 12 months the board has opened the temple doorways for Ayyappa Swamy devotees however with some lockdown restrictions.