Administration request devotees to follow guidelines during their visit to temple
Famous Kuber Bhandari temple near Vadodara will be opened for the devotees from Monday. However in view of the safety of the people the administration decide not to allow any offerings or rituals inside the temple.
Devotees only offer prayers to the lord maintaining safe distancing and following the rules. Local MLA Shailesh Mehta also request people to follow guidelines while pay their visit inside the temple.
After the relaxation in lockdown, temples are slowly opening for the devotees with precautionary measures. Famous Kuber Bhandari temple at Chanod is now open for devotees from Monday. The time will be from morning 8am to 12pm and then from 1 pm to evening till 5 pm.
The devotees have to put their shoes, sandals, sleepers inside their car and enter inside the temple through sanitise tunnel.
Five foot distance has to be maintained and no indiscipline is allowed during the darshan. The devotees are requested not to touch any handles, railing and the sevaks inside the temple and use different ways for enter and exit the temple premises.
The devotees use the space in the donation box for their offerings and don’t try to offer flowers and fruits while their visit to the temple. At present any type of rituals is not possible inside the temple.
Local MLA Shailesh Mehta visited the temple premises to review the precautions taken by the administration which includes the sanitise tunnel. He request people to support the security personnel while maintaining the guidelines during their visit to Kuber Bhandari.