Shirdi Sai Baba Temple to Reopen from the First Day of Navratri

After the decreasing pace of corona infection in the country, the process of gradually reopening institutions and religious places has started. Under this, the Sai temple of Shirdi is being opened from the first day of Navratri starting tomorrow i.e. Wednesday
Shirdi Sai Baba Temple to Reopen from the First Day of Navratri
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After the decreasing pace of corona infection in the country, the process of gradually reopening institutions and religious places has started. Under this, the Sai temple of Shirdi is being opened from the first day of Navratri starting tomorrow i.e. Wednesday. According to the information given by Shri Sai Baba Sansthan Trust, Shirdi Sai Temple will be open for devotees from Wednesday. Also, it is important that the devotees have to follow the new guidelines issued by the Sri Sai Baba Sansthan Trust.

Sai temple has been closed twice during the Corona period

It is noteworthy that the Sai temple of Shirdi was closed for devotees from 17 March 2020 after the first wave of Corona started in the country. However, after keeping this temple closed for almost nine months, it was reopened on 16 November 2020. After this, it was closed again in April of this year at the beginning of the second wave of Corona.

Online passes will be issued for Darshan

Image Credit: Times of India
Image Credit: Times of India

On behalf of the management of Shri Sai Baba Sansthan Trust, it has been said that online passes will be issued for the devotees to have Darshan. However, about 15,000 devotees will be allowed to visit the temple daily. According to the management, children below the age of 10 years, pregnant women, who are ill, senior citizens above 65 years of age, and people without wearing a mask will not be allowed to visit. However, the Prasad counter of the temple will be kept closed.

What are the new guidelines?

  • A maximum of 15,000 devotees will be allowed to visit the Shirdi Sai Baba temple every day.
  • The temple committee has provided 5,000 paid passes, 5,000 online passes, and 5,000 offline passes for devotees from October 7.
  • No more than 1,150 devotees will be allowed inside the temple premises at one time.
  • A maximum of 90 people will be allowed inside during the Aarti.
  • The temple administration has given gate no. 2 to enter the temple.
  • Also, exit facility has been provided from Gate No. 4 and 5.

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