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Maharashtra Unlock News: Mumbai’s Siddhivinayak temple will open from tomorrow, God will be seen only through QR code

Maharashtra Unlock News: Maharashtra government has given permission to open temples from 7 October. Mumbai’s Siddhivinayak temple will also be opened from tomorrow and God will have to be seen through QR code.

Maharashtra Unlock News: The Maharashtra government has made an important announcement on Tuesday, due to which this news is nothing less than good news for the common citizens regarding the festivals starting. Tomorrow i.e. on 7th October, from the very first day of Navratri, it has been announced to open all the temples of Maharashtra. First the news of the opening of Sai temple of Shirdi was received and now the famous Siddhivinayak Ganapati temple in Dadar, Mumbai has also been allowed to open from tomorrow. The news of the reopening of the closed temples for a long time is great news for the devotees. Hearing about the opening of temples, people say that they are very happy with this decision of the government and we welcome whatever rules have been implemented.Also Read – Shirdi Sai Temple Reopen Latest Update: Shirdi Sai Temple will open from October 7, guidelines issued

At least 15,000 devotees holding an online pass will be allowed to enter the Saibaba temple of Shirdi in Ahmednagar district in Maharashtra, while the Siddhi Vinayak temple in Dadar will have darshan of God through QR code. Siddhi Vinayak Trust has informed that pre-booking of QR code will have to be done on the temple’s app and QR code will be issued to only 250 people at a time every hour. Also Read – Maharashtra Unlock: Uddhav government’s big announcement, all religious places will open from 7th October, also permission to open schools

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Let us tell that the places of worship in the state are reopening from October 7, at least 15,000 devotees will be allowed to visit the Sai temple in Shirdi through online passes in a day. Devotees will have to apply for the pass online. The prasad counter in the temple will remain closed and no offerings are allowed. The idol of God will have to be seen from afar.

According to the district administration, children below 10 years of age, pregnant women, patients, senior citizens above 65 years of age and people without masks will not be allowed to enter the temple premises.


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