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Tuesday, 17 November 2020

Ghodapur of devotees in Khodaldham during Diwali vacation, Padapadi for Darshan, rules of social distance were changed

Views:Ghodapur of devotees in Khodaldham during Diwali vacation, Padapadi for Darshan, rules of social distance were changed


Devotees flock to Khodaldham temple for darshan.

Who is responsible if corona transition increases due to lack of social distance? That question arose



People are flocking to religious places in Saurashtra for Diwali vacation. At Khodaldham, a symbol of the unity of the Leuva Patel community, a large number of devotees are also seen on Diwali vacation. Devotees are flocking to see Khodiyar Mataji. While Corona has re-emerged in Saurashtra, there is a lack of social distance between devotees in temples. Who is responsible if corona transition increases due to lack of social distance? That is the question that is being asked.

The
world famous Khodaldham is the only place in all of India where both the national flag and the flag of religion fly together. Since the inauguration of Khodaldham, the festivals have seen huge crowds of devotees, but the Corona virus has changed the rules of each festival. This year, on the occasion of New Year, the visitors at Khodaldham are flocking to see Mataji as usual. Devotees are flocking to Virpur Jalaram Temple and Khodaldham Temple during the Diwali holiday.

There was not enough space to set foot in the temple.

Khodaldham temple glows with colorful lights on
Diwali festival Khodaldham temple is adorned with colorful lights during the Diwali festival. Devotees flock to see the night view rather than the day. Devotees are feeling gratitude by bowing their heads at the feet of Khodiyar Mataji. Apart from Khodaldham, a large number of devotees are also flocking to Somnath and Dwarka.

Crowd of devotees at Khodaldham temple premises.


Read in Gujarati news 


Devotees seen in
Khodaldham without masks Some of the devotees who come to visit Khodaldham temple are seen without masks.. Mandatory masks and sanitizes have been arranged by the Khodaldham Trust as per Corona's guidelines, but people are seen to be flouting these rules.

(Deepak Morbia, Virpur)

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