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Thaipusam Festival: No permission to enter Murugan temple, devotees wandering

Palani Murugan Temple Thaipusam festival is very popular in Tamil Nadu. Though devotees are not allowed to enter the temple due to the Corona disaster, lakhs of devotees have thronged the temple to worship the sun with folded hands in front of Thaipusam.

The Thaipusam Festival at Palani Murugan Temple, the third of the six houses, began on the 12th with flag hoisting at Periyanayaki Amman Temple.

Tamil Nadu government has announced that darshan will not be allowed from 14th to 18th due to the spread of corona. Under these circumstances the district administration has said that devotees are not allowed to attend the 10-day Thaipusam festival.



Although Sami Darshan is not allowed today as it is a Thaipusam festival, devotees return to the ghats waiting. Warm their hands and worship Surya Namaskar.

Also in the Path Ganesh temple all the devotees have Sami darshan and walk on the Kiriwallap path. The wedding and Silver Peacock vehicle race followed with the filming special last night.

The Thaipusam procession is also going to take out this evening. The entry of devotees in small chariots inside the temple premises is prohibited. More than 500 policemen have been deployed on security duty as the attendance of devotees is high today.

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