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Thursday, 15 October 2020

Ban on offerings lifted:4 lakh packets of Mohanthal will be made in Ambaji and will be available in paper boxes, Sukhadi and food will be given to devotees in Khodaldham.

File photo of Ambaji temple.

Meals will not be offered as offerings at the Chamunda Mata temple.

During Navratri, the state government allowed a group of 200 people to worship in accordance with the guidelines of Kovid-19, 

but prasadi is our tradition, which was also banned by the government. Divya Bhaskar published the news on June 14 in the form of a public sentiment as almost all citizens were saddened by the ban on selling food at restaurants and lari-galla. 

Read : पंडित दीनदयाल आवास योजना 2020

Finally, the state government has decided in the cabinet meeting on Wednesday that prasadi can be given in packing per person, so that 4 lakh packets of Mohanthal will be made in Ambaji and found in paper boxes, while Sukhadi Prasad and Bhojan Prasad will be given to devotees in Kagwad Khodaldham.

Read गुजरात में बिजली बिल का ऑनलाइन भुगतान कैसे करें l अपना बिल अभी देखें

Giving details of the cabinet meeting held in the presence of Chief Minister Vijay Rupani and Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel, Minister of State for Home Affairs Pradipsinh Jadeja said that the guidelines for distribution of prasadi must be followed in a disciplined manner. 

A small mistake like the spread of Kovid-19 infection can be fatal for thousands of civilians. In such circumstances, for the distribution of prasadi, things like social distance, mask, taking prasadi automatically have to be followed.

Read : गुजरात वाहली डिकारी योजना

Preparations of temples

Ambaji: Shri Arasuri Devasthan Trust has been closing small packets of prasad for Rs 10 for some time now while Mohanthal prasad will be offered at Rs 50 in a 250 gram packet. Prasad has been traditionally offered in paper boxes for years after seeing my devotees coming to Ambaji. This time the temple trust is planning to prepare 4 lakh packets of one and a half gram prasad during Navratri.
Khodaldham: Sukhadi Prasad and Bhojan Prasad will be given to devotees at Khodaldham Kagwad Temple. Sukhani prasad will be given in a packet. The guidelines of Kovid-19 will be fully followed during the meal offerings. 100 people will also be given admission to the flag hoisting program at the temple.

Chotila: Meal offerings will not be offered at Chamunda Mata Mandir. However, the devotees who carry the Navaidya packet will be returned with Prasad after holding Mataji.
Unjha: Prasad has been closed in Umiya Mataji temple since the lockdown. During Navratri, only Aarti, not Prasad, as per government guidelines. Only gift coupons will be offered in plastic packing at the temple.

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