The doors of Mahabodhi temple opened after lockdown

Oct 04 2020 05:13 PM
The doors of Mahabodhi temple opened after lockdown

Patna: The doors of the Mahabodhi Temple in Bodh Gaya were opened on 21 September in Bihar, but there is silence here due to fear of Corona. Giving the information, the chief priest of the Mahabodhi temple, Chalinda Buddhist monk, told that the gate of the temple has been opened for the devotees from 6 am to 9 pm and from 3 pm to 6 pm.

Only people from the surrounding areas are reaching the temple to see God. No external devotees are coming to Bodh Gaya. On the other hand, international flights are also closed, foreign devotees are not able to come from it, due to which there is silence in Bodh Gaya. According to the information, Bodh Gaya Mahabodhi Temple has been opened for devotees, but Sri Lanka Temple, China Temple, Tibet Temple, Bangladesh Monastery located in Bodh Gaya are still not opened.

Along with the pavement shopkeeper of Bodh Gaya, it is also impacting the hotels located in Bodh Gaya. As soon as October, the process of domestic and foreign tourists started coming to Bodh Gaya, but this time due to the international flight being closed, foreign tourists are not coming. Indian tourists are also not visible due to Corona.

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