After the five-month lockdown due to Coronavirus Pandemic, temples in Braj will be opening on the auspicious occasion of Anant Chaturdashi tomorrow
Breaking News: Braj temples open tomorrow
Vrindavan, 2020-08-31 (VT): After the five-month lockdown due to Coronavirus Pandemic, temples in Braj will be opening on the auspicious occasion of Anant Chaturdashi tomorrow (September 1).
On Saturday evening a meeting was held between the receivers and managers of various temples in Braj where it was decided that the main shrines in Govardhan, Brasana (Radharani) Gokul and Vrindavan will be opened for public from September 1.
According to the previous Unlock guidelines, the decision to open places of worship was left to the respective temple management committees. As per Unlock 4.0 announced recently, all public places such as railway stations, bus stands, banks, courts and other administrative offices are now accessible to people. Shri Krishna Janmasthan and Dwarkadhish Mandir in Mathura have also been allowing devotees. Considering the situation, it was decided that it is now time for others to open as well.
The meeting was held at Mukut Mukharvind, Govardhan. Dr. Krishna Murari Goswami (receiver, Radharani Mandir, Barsana), R.K. Pandey (Dauji Mandir receiver), Ramakant Goswami (receiver of Mukut Mukharvind and Harigokul Mandir), Sanjay Dixit from Gokul, Shri Mridulkant (sevadhikari of various Vrindavan Temples), Raju Goswami, Vinay Triptahi and Yogesh Madhusudan were present.