Sabarimala temple reopens at the moment, devotees allowed from Sunday amid Covid curbs

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The Sabarimala Ayyappa temple will reopen Saturday night for a interval of six days within the Malayalam month of Thulam.

The doorways of the sanctum sanctorum will likely be opened at 5 pm by chief priest VK Jayaraj Potty. Devotees will likely be allowed entry into the temple beginning Sunday morning until the night time of October 21, the Travancore Devaswom Board, which administers the temple, mentioned.

Only those that have accomplished two doses of Covid-19 vaccination or have a damaging RT-PCR report obtained inside 72 hours will likely be allowed entry by means of the state police’s digital queue system. The goal behind the move is to manage crowds within the backdrop of Kerala persevering with to report over 7,000 circumstances a day.

After the Usha Puja rituals on Sunday, the draw of heaps to pick out the subsequent chief priest of the Sabarimala and Malikappuram temples will likely be held. They will maintain tenure of 1 12 months. There are 9 candidates on the shortlist for the submit of Sabarimala chief priest.

The Mandalam-Makaravilakku competition on the temple will start on November 15.


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