All Maharashtra temples will reopen from 7 October 2021, the primary day of Navratri, the Chief Minister’s Office tweeted tonight. All COVID-19 safety rules would be followed. Here is a list of Maharashtra temples you can visit this Navratri.
As per the latest updates, Maharashtra Temples reopens from the first day of Navratri. As stated by the Chief Minister temples in Maharashtra reopen from the first day of Navratri. Devotees need to follow Covid-19 protocols.
Guidelines to follow while visiting Temples in Maharashtra
- The person above 65 years of age, persons with comorbidities, pregnant women and children
below the age of 10 years is advised to stay at home.
- Individuals must maintain social distance (6 feet) in public places.
- Use of face covers/masks to be mandatory.
- The practice of frequent handwashing with soap or use of alcohol-based hand sanitizers can be
made wherever feasible.
- Devotees must cover their mouth and nose while coughing and sneezing.
- Self-monitoring of health and reporting any illness at the earliest to state and district
- Spitting should be strictly prohibited.
- Advise installing Arogya Setu App.
- Touching of status/idols/holy books etc. is not allowed. No physical offerings like Prasad/distribution or a sprinkling of holy water, etc. to be allowed inside the religious place.
- Avoid physical contact while greeting each other.
- Large gatherings/congregations continue to remain prohibited.
Here is the Maharashtra Temple List you can visit after the temple reopens from Navratri.
- Ashtavinayaka Temples
- Aundha Nagnath Jyotirling Temple
- Bhadra Maruti Temple, Khuldabad
- Bhimashankar Jyotirling Temple
- Alandi Gajanan Maharaj Temples
- Grishneshwar Jyotirling Temple
- Mahalakshmi Temple, Kolhapur
- Mahur, Maharashtra
- Muktidham, Nasik
- Shani Shingnapur
- Shree Kshetra Korthan Khandoba Devasthan
- Shri Vaijnath Jyotirling Temple
- Siddheshwar & Ratneshwar Temple
- Siddheshwar Temple, Solapur
- Siddhivinayak Mahaganapati Temple
- Siddhivinayak Temple, Siddhatek
- Trimbakeshwar Jyotirling Temple
- Tulja Bhavani Temple
- Tungareshwar Temple
- Vajreshwari Temple
- Pandharpur – Shri Vitthal Rukmani Temple
- Parli Vaijnath Jyotirling Temple
- Shirdi Saibaba Temple
- Mumba Devi Temple
- Babulnath Temple, Mumbai
- Kumbhoj Giri
- Ozar Ganapati Temple
- Akkalkot – Swami Samarth Temple
- Nanded Gurudwara
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Although the temples are reopening people still needs to wear masks, use hand sanitizers and follow strict covid protocols while visiting temples in Maharashtra.