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- Nobody is allowed to go to Baba’s womb
- Devotees are present process thermal scanning on the entrance
The temple of Kotwal Baba Kal Bhairav of Kashi in Varanasi, a cultural metropolis in Uttar Pradesh, was opened to devotees on Friday even after 141 days. The temple was fully closed from 22 March resulting from Kovid 19. About 50 to 60 devotees carried out darshan from morning until midday. It was solely after the morning Arti that the roof of the temple was opened to the devotees.
Pandit Kashi Nath Dubey mentioned that the entry is being given solely after social distancing and thermal scanning among the many devotees. Additionally, the fingers are being sanitized. On the identical time, the devotee is getting inside, who has come to Darshan sporting a masks. Nobody is allowed within the sanctum sanctorum. On account of being a slender road, guests should not allowed to crowd. All of the devotees are additionally being requested to not carry baggage.
The district administration had closed the key temples of Kashi from 22 March. PM Modi and CM Yogi have additionally attended the Kaal Bhairav temple. Nobody can enter Kashi with out the permission of the Kotwal Kal Bhairava of Kashi. Devotee Munnu Agrahari mentioned that Baba had not seen for greater than four months. All of the individuals of Kashi are every day guests of Baba.