New Delhi: Now devotees will not be able to rub Jyotirlinga in Ujjain Mahakal temple of Madhya Pradesh. There will also be a limited amount of permission to offer milk, and only a few people will get it. In order to save the Jyotirlinga of Mahakal temple, the Supreme Court on Tuesday issued these guidelines.
Devotees will not be able to rub Shivling
The Supreme Court said that no devotee will be allowed to rub the Shivling in the temple. Devotees will not be able to offer Panchamrit on Shivling. It will be allowed only in the traditional worship in the temple. No curd, ghee, honey will be allowed on the Shivling. Use can damage it.
Only devotees will be able to offer pure milk and water on Shivling
Devotees will be able to offer only pure milk and water to the Jyotirlinga. Both of these can also be offered in limited quantities. The temple committee will provide pure milk and water to the devotees to offer on the Shivling. For this, the temple committee will work to clean the water of the Teerth Kund. Only pure substances can be used in traditional worship in the temple.
Worship of the sanctum sanctorum will have to be done 24 hours video recording
The Supreme Court said that 24-hour video recording of the pooja will have to be ensured inside the sanctum sanctorum. This recording will be preserved for 6 months. If any priest or other person is found violating these guidelines, then the management will take action against him.
CRBI Roorkee team will inspect the structure of the temple
The court ordered that the team of CRBI Roorkee will visit the temple and assess the stability of its structure and submit its report in 6 months. The Central Government will bear the expenditure of Rs 41.30 lakhs to be spent on this work. This committee will visit the temple and submit its report to the Supreme Court by 15 December. The next hearing in the case will be held in the second week of January next year.
The Last Judgment was also completed by the grace of Shivji: Justice Arun Mishra
Judging by the two-member bench of the Supreme Court, Justice Arun Mishra said that the temple management committee will have to preserve the Shivalinga of the Mahakaleshwara temple. After the decision, Justice Arun Mishra said that by the grace of Shivji, his last judgment was also fulfilled. Justice Mishra retiring on September 2.