In a recent development, the Radharani Temple in Barsana has introduced a dress code that prohibits the entry of individuals wearing half-pants, Bermuda shorts, and mini skirts. Night suits and torn jeans have also been banned by the temple.
The temple authority has issued an official order, which will take effect in one week's time. Rasbihari Goswami, a temple official, stated that a prominently displayed poster outside the temple serves as a notice to inform visitors about the upcoming dress code regulations.
Over the course of recent months, the Radha Damodar temple in Vrindavan has taken measures to implement a dress code, prohibiting the entry of individuals wearing specific attire.
In a similar vein, on the 21st of June, the management of Biruawadi Temple located in the Budaun district decided to introduce a comprehensive dress code for all visitors.
This new directive entails the strict prohibition of certain clothing items within the temple premises. As per the guidelines set forth by the temple authority, individuals are now disallowed from entering the temple while wearing night suits, torn jeans, mini-skirts and any other clothing items that fall within a similar category.
The Radharani temple, renowned worldwide, holds a central place of devotion for millions of followers. Each day, a significant number of devotees visit this sacred site.
Unfortunately, the temple administration has observed that the sentiments of various individuals and organizations are being offended due to some visitors wearing inappropriate and revealing attire within the temple premises.
In response to this concern, the temple has implemented a dress code, wherein the entry of individuals wearing half-pants, bermuda shorts, and mini skirts is prohibited.