Devotees are not allowed to enter the Badrinath temple even if the doors are opened

Although the Badrinath temple was opened on April 30, it was postponed to May 15. The temple is decorated with 10 quintals of marigold flowers. But devotees were not allowed to enter the temple. The temple authorities have said that devotees will not be allowed to enter unless the Corona crisis is resolved.

The doors of the Badrinath temple are open for this year. The doors of this first temple opened after a certain period of time. The main gate of the Badrinath temple was opened at 4.30 am on Friday. There were 26 people present in the temple, including the chief priest. The first priest of the year performed the pujo. Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been worshiped for the welfare of the country.

 
Although the Badrinath temple was opened on April 30, it was postponed to May 15. The temple is decorated with 10 quintals of marigold flowers. But devotees were not allowed to enter the temple. The temple authorities have said that devotees will not be allowed to enter unless the Corona crisis is resolved. The temple authorities have also said that they will abide by the Centre’s instructions to deal with Corona. However, the administration will decide whether a certain number of fans can enter.

The temple is closed during the winter so the chief priest of the temple stays out of the state at this time. The priest came at the appointed time. Ishwari Prasad Nambudri, the chief priest of Badrinath, came to Joshimath from Kannur in Kerala, from where the priest lived in quarantine according to the rules. So after a certain time the temple was opened. The opening of the temple has been postponed due to the stay of the high priest in quarantine. The same rule was followed by the priests of the Kedarnath temple. However, this time the image of the temple is completely different. No crowds, no crowds.

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