The religious places of Rajasthan will open from this date, these things will be banned

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Jaipur: Following the instructions of the Chief Minister, the Home Department has issued orders to open religious places in urban areas in the state. Permission has been granted to open temples and other religious areas with certain conditions. Banning of flowers, garlands, taking offerings and even ringing bells at religious places will remain prohibited.

Apart from the lockdown in the state, religious places like temples, mosques, gurudwaras and churches were also closed for the common devotees for about five months. The government decided to open from 7 September after reviewing the status of religious places. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot had also announced this on Wednesday night. After this, orders were also issued by the Home Secretary to open a religious place.

These conditions and protocol will have to be followed

Religious places will not be opened in the Containment Zone-Curfew area.
In such religious places where devotees from other districts along with local people also come to visit, the joint team will inspect.
Religious can be opened only after inspection of the team of Collector-SP, CMHO.
There will also be a ban on carrying flowers, offerings, puja materials and ringing of bells in the religious place.
Sprinkling of holy water on devotees will also be banned.
Social distancing has to be maintained in religious places.
During the namaz in mosques, the number of namazis and the available space will be taken care of.
It will be mandatory for devotees to wear masks with priests at religious places. A person without a mask will not be given entry.
Thermal scanning, handwash and sanitizer will be provided at the entry and exit doors of religious places.
The premises and floor of the religious place, the handle of the rallying-door will be repeatedly sanitized.
Aarti will be prompted for online darshan to prevent gathering of crowds at large religious places.
Restrictions on religious events, processions will continue as before.
If these conditions are not met, the district collectorate or an authorized officer will be able to close the religious site.

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