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The Somnath, Dwarka, Chotila, Pavagadh and Ambaji temples will open on June 12 tomorrow.

The door will open for the devotees:  The Somnath, Dwarka, Chotila, Pavagadh and Ambaji temples will open on June 12 tomorrow.

All temples are banned from gathering more than 50 people
Adherence to masks as well as social distance during darshan is mandatory

All the pilgrimages in the state have been closed for months due to the global epidemic of Rona. Then now that the transition rate in Gujarat is decreasing, most of the temples will be open for devotees from tomorrow. Somnath, Dwarka, Shamlaji, Chotila will open tomorrow (June 11) while Vadtal Swaminarayan Temple, Ambaji will open from June 12 and Bagdana after June 15.

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The government has allowed the opening of temples with some strict rules. The temple administrators have to ensure that the devotees do not break the rules and follow the mask as well as social distance. All temples are banned from gathering more than 50 people.


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Somnath temple to open after 61 days
due to global epidemic of corona Somnath Mahadev temple Ta. Closed to visitors from 11 April 2021. Which will now be open for devotees from tomorrow i.e. 11th June 2021. Thus the temple will reopen in 61 days after the second wave of this corona. In this regard, it is stated in the list of Somnath Trust that according to the guideline, one has to wear a mask for darshan. Social distance must be maintained in the temple and in the entire complex, temperature should be checked, entry should be done only by sanitizing the hands.

A link to the slot for darshan has also been posted on the trust's website Darshan pass can be obtained by booking online through this link. So as not to stand in line for too long. Darshan time in the temple is also limited. Accordingly, the temple will be open for Darshan only from 7:30 to 11:30 and from 12:30 to 6:30 in the morning. No one will be allowed in Aarti.

Temple of Lord Dwarkadhishji to open in 2 months
Pilgrimage A large number of devotees visit the famous Lord Dwarkadhishji Temple in Dwarka every day. The temple gates have been closed to visitors since last April due to the transition to Koro. However, now that the transition to Koro has been reduced, the Jagat Mandir will be opened to the public from June 11 by the administration. Many devotees from all over the country come to visit Dwarkadhishji in Dwarka. The news of reopening of Jagatmandir gates has created a wave of happiness among the devotees.

Devotees will pay homage to Ambaji from June 12. The
Ambaji temple, which was closed from April 13 due to the Koro epidemic in Ambaji, will reopen from June 12 after 57 days. Have to do. The temple's revenue has halved in one year. Donations of Rs 2 crore have been lost due to the closure of the temple. District Collector Anand Patel said that all preparations have been made after talking to the staff about opening the temple. We will start the Ambaji Temple from the 12th with a social distance. A walking track has been constructed to make it convenient for the devotees to visit.

The famous Pavagadh temple will also be open to the public


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Pavagadh, Chotila, Vadtal temples to open from tomorrow The
famous pilgrimage Shamlaji Vishnu temple gates were closed for more than two months due to the Corona epidemic. But the temple gates will be open to visitors from tomorrow, June 11, as the government eases restrictions on religious places. The famous Pavagadh temple will also be opened to the public. Similarly, Chamandu Mataji of Chotila and Khodiyar temple of Bhavnagar will be opened from June 11. Also, Vadtal's Swaminarayan temple and Nadiad's Santrampur temple will open from 11 a.m., while a meeting will be held today to decide whether to open the Dakor temple now. Poo on the other hand. The temple at Bajrangdas Bapa's world-famous shrine Bagdana will not open on June 11, the trustees said. The decision to open the temple will be taken after June 15.

Only 50 devotees will be able to attend the flag hoisting in
Khodaldham. The Khodaldham temple, a symbol of unity of the Leuva Patel community, will be open from June 11 from 7 am to 7 pm. Only 50 devotees will be able to attend the flag hoisting. The temple has been closed to devotees for the last two months. A decision has been taken by the board of trustees including Naresh Patel, chairman of Khodaldham Trust, to open the temple premises in compliance with all the guidelines. Devotees are also welcoming the trust's decision. The Khodaldham temple was closed to visitors from April 10, 2021 due to the Corona virus.

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