Tamil Nadu government's directions to Sabarimala Pilgrims
Tamil Nadu government's directions to Sabarimala Pilgrims

The Tamil Nadu Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Department HR&CE has issued an advisory to Ayyappa devotees who wish to visit Sabarimala. The advisory states the devotees  should reach the Sannidanam only via Erumeli and Vadaserikkara. Before and after Ghee abhisekham and a holy dip at Pamba river and during night times, devotees are not allowed to stay at Sannidanam, Pamba, and Ganapathi temple.

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The release from HR&CE also said the Tamil Nadu Iyappa devotees should register through the Virtual Que Portal of the Kerala government  https://sabarimalaonline.org. First come, first served basis for 1,000 devotees per day during weekdays and 2,000 per day during the weekends is allowed for the registration. Devotees under the age of 10 and above 60 and those suffering from ailments will not be allowed. The devotees who produce a medical certificate that they were not infected by Coronavirus 48 hours before visiting Sabarimala, are allowed to proceed to the shrine. The devotees can make use of paid medical centres near the entrance points to undergo immunity tests.

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The people who has below poverty line identification card and Ayushman Bharat card has to carry them while undertaking the pilgrimage. Tamil Nadu which is now recovering from the worst hit is taking all possible measures to stay safe, As Kerala has become one of the worst hit state in recent days, TN government wants their devotees to have safe travel and dharisanam. 

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