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Sabarimala Temple: Alert For Devotees Going To Sabarimala, Heavy Rains In Kerala; Ayyappa Darshan Restricted: The darshan of devotees at Sabarimala started with heavy rain. On the first day of the opening of the temple, there was heavy rain in the vicinity of the temple. And.. after a long time due to the effect of covid, the doors of the temple have opened completely.

The buzz of Ayyappa swam has started in Kerala’s Sabarimala. The darshans of Lord Ayyappa in the Sabarimala temple started at 5 pm on Wednesday in the midst of heavy rain. In the presence of Tantri Kandararu Rajeeva, retired Melshanthi Parameswaran Nampoothiri performed Mandal pooja and inaugurated the sanctum sanctorum. Travan Core Devaswam Board President K. Anantha Gopalan, Member P. M. Thankappan, and Executive Officer Krishna Kumar participated in this pooja program. Mandal Puja will continue till December 27. The Sabarimala Traven Core Devasthanam Board, which had allowed a limited number of devotees for the last two years, has completely removed all Covid restrictions this year. However, the Kerala government has been alerted in the wake of heavy rains. In view of the current weather conditions, the state government has taken a decision to impose some restrictions on the entry of devotees to the Sabarimala temple. Devotees have been advised to be alert in the wake of heavy rains. An alert has been issued in this area as the Pamba river is flowing heavily. Banned entry on certain routes. For more details.. suggest visiting the website.

Ayyappa’s devotees have faced severe difficulties for the last two years only 30,000 people were allowed in daily. Devotees will flock to Sabarimala this year as part of the Mandalam-Maravilakku season. The Treven Core Board, which opened the Ayyappa temple on Wednesday, also started the annual Mandal-Makaravilukku Yatra. Ayyappaswamy and devotees gathered in thousands from noon for Ayyappa darshan. Travancore Board has already started issuing Virtual Q Tokens. The Travancore Board revealed that only devotees who have booked virtual queue tokens will get darshan. On the other hand, the Kerala government has disclosed the precautions to be taken by Sabarimala Ayyappa devotees on the official website.

The darshan of devotees in Sabarimala started with heavy rain. On the first day, the devotees faced difficulties due to heavy rain in the vicinity of the temple. Heavy rains have been falling in many parts of Kerala for the past few days. Heavy rains are inundating the southern states due to the effect of low pressure formed in the Bay of Bengal. Heavy rains are already falling in many parts of Andhra, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala due to the impact of the cyclone. Devotees who went to Sabarimala Yatra are facing difficulties due to heavy rains. A red alert has been declared in the vicinity of the dam as flood water is flowing heavily in the Pamba river.

Lakhs of Ayyappaswamika devotees flock to Sabarimala every year. The number of Sabarimala tourists is likely to increase significantly this year. For the past two years, many people have not been able to visit Sabarimala Ayyappa Swamy due to the Covid restrictions. Officials estimate that the number of devotees will increase by 40 to 50 percent this year. Officials estimate that 7 lakh devotees will come to Sabarimala to visit Ayyappaswamy in the next ten days.

Last year only 27 lakh people got darshan of Ayyappaswamy in the entire season. This year’s 41-day Mandal Puja festival ends on December 27. The temple authorities have made heavy security arrangements as Sabarimala is likely to receive a large number of devotees this year.

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