Stage set for healthy darshan of Bhadradri Rama
The authorities of Lord Rama temple in Bhadradri are making all arrangement to provide a safe darshan to the devotees. Its known that the government gave permission to reopen temples across the State from Monday (June 8).
Bhadrachalam: The authorities of Lord Rama temple in Bhadradri are making all arrangement to provide a safe darshan to the devotees. Its known that the government gave permission to reopen temples across the State from Monday (June 8).
Due to lockdown after coronavirus outbreak, the temple was closed on March 20 and the temple priests continued daily pujas to the deities without devotees. Sita Rama Kalyanam also was conducted without fanfare and devotees on April 2.
According Temple Executive Officer G Narsimhulu, all arrangements were in place as per the government orders for providing darshan to devotees from Monday. Separate queue lines were arranged for the darshan of Lord Rama, Consort Goddess Sita and Lakshmana in the main temple. As per the guidelines, no prasadam and teerdham will be given to the devotees after darshan, he added.
The EO further informed that darshan timings will be from 6.30 am to 11.30 am and again from 3 pm to 6.30 pm. Devotees will not be allowed strictly other than these fixed timings.
Sales of Laddu prasadam and pulihora counters will be as usual, he added. The EO stated that people aged above 60 years and children below 10 years will not be allowed into the temple.
Thermal screening will be held for the devotees before allowing them for darshan. Also, the temple staff drew circles in the queue lines following social distance and devotees should stand in these circles only. Informing that all pujas will be performed as per departmental guidelines, the EO appealed to the devotees to follow social distancing and lockdown norms to have Lord darshan. Meanwhile, all the temples in the district have completed arrangements to throw open temples for devotees from Monday.