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The Sabarimala Temple in Kerala is set to reopen from June 14

The Sabarimala Temple in Kerala is set to reopen from June 14

Published:07 June 2020

The Sabarimala Temple in Kerala is set to reopen from June 14 for devotees for monthly pooja and festival.

Thiruvananthapuram | The Sabarimala Temple in Kerala is set to reopen from June 14 for devotees for monthly pooja and festival. To avoid crowding, only 50 devotees will be allowed to be present in front of the temple. A virtual queue system has been put in place for this.

No accommodation will be provided to the devotees in Sabarimala. The administration has made two slots for the temple visit- 4 am to 1 pm and 4 pm to 11 pm. People coming from other states are required to register at government Covid Jagrata pass registration portal. Moreover, Appam and Arvana will be provided only through online booking.

Also, the devotees coming from other states will have to upload Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) labs certificate as a proof that they have not been infected with the lethal infection.Also for the Guruvayoor Temple, devotees will have to get themselves registered online. In a single day, 600 people would be allowed. Each hour, 150 people will be allowed to enter the premises. The administration will allow only 60 marriages to be solemnised a day.


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