Ebene Magazine – Devotees will not be crowded due to Makar Jyoti and Kovid norms to fill the mind ml

Ebene Magazine - Devotees will not be crowded due to Makar Jyoti and Kovid norms to fill the mind ml

Sabarimala: Sabarimala is ready for Makaravilakku. Police are checking the Kovid examination certificates of the pilgrims and the papers booked online for the darshan at Nilakkal and Pampa. Police, fire brigade and forest department have intensified inspections at all the important places where Makaravilakku can be seen. Excise inspection has also been tightened. Arrangements are made to send the devotees back from the sanctum sanctorum before 9 pm after the Inmakaravilakku.

Along with the Thiruvabharana procession, police have set up barricades to prevent outsiders from entering from various places.
Devotees carrying bags with shoulder bags and double hair are checked at the pump and stand. The Thiruvabharana spacecraft closed the handrails of the main roads leading to Sannidhanam and strengthened the security. About a thousand Ayyappa devotees are expected to visit the Nellimala Hill, which is located at a distance of 5 km from Thulapally. DCRB DYSPA. Santosh Kumar is in charge of this place. Thousands of devotees are expected at Ayyanmala, two kilometers from the Naranamthodu Kochupalam junction. Restrictions have been imposed. Narcotics Cell DySP R Pradeep Kumar is in charge of the hospital.

The Panjipara Shiva Temple, located at a distance of 2 km from Angamoozhi, is the most suitable place to visit Makaravilakku. Thousands of people, including women and children, are expected to gain weight. From this morning

Vehicles coming from Nilakkal should continue their return journey via Elavungal, Kanamala, Plappally, Laha, Perunad and Vadaserikkara. Vehicles from Erumeli will not be allowed to go to the parking lot at Chethongara. Instead, they will be allowed to go through the building steps and Vadaserikkara.

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