After staying closed for almost 9 months because of the Covid-19 and consequent lockdown, the world-famous Jagannath shrine in Puri opened its door for the devote on the 3rd of January 2021. The famous temple was closed since the 25th of March 2020 when the central government enforced a lockdown across the nation to confine the spread of the novel corona pandemic.
The Shree Jagannath Temple Committee and the Puri district administration have made intricate arrangements to make sure devotees stick to all the norms of Covid-19 strictly. The devotees will be allowed to get into the shrine only after checking ID proof & hand sanitisation.
The devotees will be allowed to the temple from the Singhadwar gate. The door of the sanctum sanctorum will remain open from onwards 4:59am following which MangalAlati, Mailam, Tadaplagi, AbakashNiti and Ghodalagi customs will be performed.
The temple administration has already announced that the devotees don’t have to produce COVID-19 negative report to get entry permission into the shrine from the 21st of January. This decision was taken at a meeting held by Puri district magistrate-cum collector Samarth Verma, SP K B Singh and SJTA head Krishan Kumar.
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