Mathura. The world famous Thakur Bihariji’s temple has been closed indefinitely until further orders. Seven months later, Bihari ji’s pats are being closed from October 19 after two days of darshan. On Sunday afternoon, the temple manager Munish Sharma told that the temple is being closed from October 19 till further orders.
The famous Banke Bihari temple of Vrindavan was closed to devotees from 22 March due to the outbreak of the global pandemic Kovid-19. On October 17, after the consent of the temple administration and the district administration, the system of online registration was started for the darshan at the Banke Bihari temple. On Saturday, on the first day of Navratri, the temple was opened for devotees but the order was destroyed in front of the crowd of devotees. On the very first day, around 25 thousand devotees visited Banke Bihari. In such a situation, the arrangement of physical distance became telegraphy. Arrangements were made to allow devotees who had registered since Sunday morning to have darshan, but online registration could not be done due to non-working of the website. On Sunday, devotees were shown the line without any registration.
On Sunday afternoon, the management decided that from Monday 19 October till the next order, the doors of the temple are being closed again. Temple boards will be opened only after the online registration system starts. Temple management Umesh Saraswat said that services will be run regularly inside the temple, devotees will not be able to visit the temple.
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