After close to 70 days of nationwide lockdown, people from different religions are offering prayers across India. Temples, Gurudwaras, Church, Mosques are officially open for public from today. State governments have issued guidelines for following social distancing to prevent large gatherings and to contain the spread of Covid-19. Mass activities are not allowed in places of religious worship.
Few cities are still maintaining restrain and have kept them closed for public.
The famous Tirupati Balaji temple in Andhra Pradesh is open for darshan.
Shri Krishna Janma Bhumi in Mathura is also open for public; however, only five devotees are allowed to enter the premises at a time. The Guruvayoor Temple in Kerala will reopen on June 9. Sabarimala Temple will open on June 14.
The Mahakaleshwar temple in Madhya Pradesh will be open from June 8 for darshan between 8 am to 6 pm. The famous Golden Temple in Amritsar is also accessible with strict guidelines in place.
Badrinath and Kedarnath temples are also open for pilgrims from June 8 with guidelines in place. The Char Dham Yatra remains suspended for now.
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