Sikar / Jeetmata. One of the major Shakti Peethas of Rajasthan, the ginmata temple still has a silent presence in the court due to the darshan of devotees. Worshiping archana is being done by the priest family only. Due to the risk of corona infection, it can be seen here only after 25 October. Earlier, with the commencement of Sharadiya Navaratri, a 9-day special worship of Maa Jeen Bhavani started in the temple. For which special decoration was done for the court of the mother.
Make up flowers from Delhi and Kolkata
Shyamsunder priest of Sri Jeenamata Temple Trust told that on the first day of Navratri, Maharati was done by adorning the mother with a special red dress of Kanpur. The main temple is decorated with special lights and flowers. Mother will be adorned with special flowers being sourced from Delhi and Kolkata for nine days. Due to the corona being closed for temple visits, some devotees were seen carrying out their faith in the morning near the barricades outside the temple of Mother.
To stop the crowd of devotees at the Jeenmata temple, Dasharamgarh subdivision officer Ashok Ranwan reached Jeenmata and closed all the roads leading to the temple. The temple trust and Ranoli Thanadikari were instructed to seal the temple area. Subdivision officials also instructed to take samples to check the corona of the shopkeepers who set up a permanent shop in the temple area, but the sampling work could not be started due to no presence from the medical department. Ranoli Thanadikari Ghasiram Meena said that in the Jeenmata temple area, additional police personnel have been deployed by conducting barricades on the main roads. The temple trust’s Rakesh Pujari, Banshidhar Pujari, Shankar Pujari, Jeenmata police chowki in-charge Sumer Singh, Patwari Sajjan Singh Aadi were also present. Here, many organizations have demanded to open the temple.