Temple Reopening | Lockdown 5 / Temple Unlock 1.0 in Pictures Updates: Preparations to Open Religious Places Begin Delhi, Amritsar, Lucknow Bhopal | Will open from 8 June; Temple-gurudwaras are being sanitized, put up posters to take precaution in the mosque

Temple Reopening | Lockdown 5 / Temple Unlock 1.0 in Pictures Updates: Preparations to Open Religious Places Begin Delhi, Amritsar, Lucknow Bhopal | Will open from 8 June; Temple-gurudwaras are being sanitized, put up posters to take precaution in the mosque

Dainik Bhaskar

Jun 05, 2020, 12:35 PM IST

new Delhi. Religious sites under Unlock One will also be opened from 8 June. However, it has been decided to close religious sites in the containment zone. Meanwhile, preparations have begun in temples, mosques and gurudwaras in Delhi, Amritsar, Lucknow and Bhopal. They are being sanitized. All are making their own rules. See such pictures coming from all over the country….

Amritsar

This picture is of Durgiana Temple in Amritsar. Sanitization was done here on Friday. The priest of the temple told that according to the guidelines, we will have darshan from a distance of 7-8 feet. ”

Lucknow

This picture is of Takwiat-ul-Iman Mosque of Lucknow. There is a preparation to open a religious place from 8 June. Preparations have been started in the mosque for this. The water drains are covered with polythene. The mosque committee says, “We will ensure the distance inside the mosque. We have also put up posters bearing the message 'Wear a mask'. Among these, other necessary precautions have been advised.

Delhi

Precautionary steps have also been taken in Delhi's Kalkaji temple. Mahanta of Kalkaji temple told- “We are putting sanitation tunnel at every entry point in the temple. We will ask devotees not to bring flowers and offerings to the temple.” There is also a place to stand at some distance for social distancing.

Moradabad

This picture is of the Chamunda temple in Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh. The priest of the temple said- “The devotees in the temple will not let any statue touch, nor give offerings.

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