Varanasi: In Uttar Pradesh, a ban has been imposed on the arrival of devotees in the sanctum sanctorum of the Kashi Vishwanath temple located in Varanasi district. From now on, all devotees will be able to burn through the doors of the sanctum sanctorum of the temple. Vishal Singh, executive officer of Srikashi Vishwanath Temple, said that the Vishwanath temple administration has imposed a permanent ban on the entry of devotees to the sanctum sanctorum of the temple.
He said, in view of the huge crowd of devotees, the temporary arrangements made during the month of Sawan have been made permanent. He said, "Water was arranged through the door of the sanctum sanctorum. This gave a very good result throughout the year. All the devotees took to the water without any problem. On the other hand, the administration did not suffer much from the crowd. "
Vishal Singh informed that a similar arrangement has also been made at Baijnath Dham in Deoghar in Jharkhand. That is why now the temple administration has decided to make this temporary arrangement permanent. Devotees will no longer be allowed to enter the sanctum sanctorum. Singh said, "The temple has four gates to the sanctum sanctorum. Devotees use only two to enter and go out. The pressure on the crowd increases, so devotees will no longer be allowed to enter the sanctum sanctorum. ''