The world-famous Shrinathji Temple will be closed for the first time in history till 31st March

The world-famous Shrinathji Temple will be closed for the first time in history till 31st March

Due to the protection from Coronavirus, the government has issued several orders across the state. With this, now Shrinath Ji temple, which is famous all over the world, will remain closed till 31st March and now only services can be seen.

In Srinathji Nathdwara, less than 50 devotees will be able to worship at one time. There will be darshan for only 5 minutes at the time of Aarti.

Apart from this, the museum located in the City Palace of Udaipur city, Saheliyon Ki Bari, Bagore Ki Haveli, Shilpagram in Hawala and the World Heritage Chittorgarh Fort will remain closed till 31st March.

In Udaipur, all the main places, tourist places, fairs, parks, sanctuaries, malls, social and cultural centers have been banned from gathering more than 50 people at a time. 

Sahelion ki Bari, City palace museum, Haldighati Museum, and, Kumbhalgarh fort will also remain closed till 31st March until further decision by the government.

Along with this, more than 50 devotees should not enter all the temples including the famous Jagdish Temple, Eklinganath Temple, Savariya Seth, Avari Mata, Jhantala Mata, and go for a turn-by-turn visit without gathering a crowd. And especially the elderly are advised not to leave the house as much as possible.

 

 

Written by Vishal Hiloriya

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