Jagran Correspondent, New Delhi:
Along with spirituality, the temples are also aware of the corona. As the Corona period is progressing, the picture of Jhandewala Devi Temple has changed. Thermal screening machine has also come in place with metal detector gate at entrance with sanitizer machine. The devotees are being allowed to enter the temple only after checking the temperature and stuff. Before that, the volunteers posted everywhere in the queue to enter, are appealing to devotees to maintain proper distance and wear masks. Entry is not being given without a mask. With the entry inside, attractive boards are being queued, which are talking about this environment with knowledge. Guidelines for the prevention of corona are being easily explained to the devotees by making attractive paintings on them. People are also taking selfies with it. Similarly, different entry to the temple is being given by Rani Jhansi Marg, Deshbandhu Gupta Marg and Varunalaya, there is a different way of exit. As a precautionary measure, flower garlands and external offerings are not being offered to the mother idol. Devotees are not allowed to gather after darshan.
Devotees increased on the second day
In the Badri Bhagat Jhandewala Devi temple, on the second day of the Sharadiya Navratri, Mother Brahmacharini, the second form of mother, was worshiped with full legal practice. He is also known by the name of Tapashcharini or Brahmacharini due to difficult penance. This form of mother is gentle and will give endless results. Due to Sunday, the second day the temple saw a crowd of devotees compared to the first day. Experts say that there was no such atmosphere as the devotees used to get flooded last year. By the way, the temple administration itself is also appealing for people to come to the temple at least. For the convenience of devotees, for the first time eight chariots are being rotated daily in different areas of Delhi, so that the mother’s darshan can be seated at home. On Monday, Mother Chandraghanta, the third form of the Goddess, will be worshiped with rituals. Restrictions on entry of children and elderly increase difficulties
Following the government instructions, more than 65 years and less than 10 years of age and pregnant women are not being given admission in the temple. Many devotees are facing difficulties due to this. Many women are coming to the temple with their children, but volunteers are unable to give them entry. In such a situation, many women have to return without a visit. Temple complex resonates with recitation of Ved Mantras
Students from Ved Vidyalaya Mandoli, run by Jhandewala Mandir Samiti, purified the atmosphere by reciting Ved mantras after morning and evening aarti. Aarti and Ved recitation were telecast live on the U-Tube channel of the temple, while the mother was chanted in the courtyard of the main building on behalf of various Kirtan circles.
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