Belagavi temples reopens for devotees from 28th September that were shut for 45 days due to Covid -19 pandemic. The temple reopens with all the precautions for the third wave.
Saundatti Yellamma Temple Reopen
All the major temples in the Belagavi district in Karnataka like the Saundatti Yellamma temple and Chinchali Mayakka temple, that were closed before are reopened after 45 days. Devotees are now allowed in the temple.
The state government has divided to reopen Belagavi temples that come under the Muzrai department on 28th September. Devotees need to strictly follow Covid protocols maintain social distancing, wear masks and use hand sanitizers while visiting the temple.
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