The Sabarimala temple in Kerala has been opened for monthly rituals for the next five days. The temple will remain open between July 17 and 21. 5000 devotees have been allowed to enter the temple every day, though online booking will have to be made in advance. Devotees visiting the Sabarimala temple will have to submit a full immunization certificate or a negative RT-PCR report made within 48 hours.
Earlier, the Travancore Devaswom Board, which manages the Lord Ayyappa temple on Sabarimala hill in Pathanamthitta district of Kerala, had banned the entry of devotees into the temple due to the second wave of corona infection in May. Last year, Kerala Police and Devaswom Board Year had introduced a new online website for pilgrims.
At the same time, the website was launched because of the row/epidemic caused by the corona epidemic. Prasadam / Flickr Worship / Worship Accommodation / Accommodation A service like Kanika can be booked online. Devotees will have to register with a valid mobile number and email ID for the online service. A case relating to the chief priest of Sabarimala has now reached the Kerala High Court. A petition has been filed in the Kerala High Court, which deferred a notification issued by the Travancore Devaswom Board stating that only 'Malayali Brahmins' are entitled to apply for the post of Melsanthi (Head Priest) in the Sabarimala temple.