No public darshan for three rituals at Sikkal Singaravelar temple during ‘Kanda Sashti’ festival


The district administration has introduced that devotees wouldn’t be allowed to have darshan during the three major rituals of the 10-day Kanda Sashti festival to be held from November 4 at Sri Navaneetheswarar Swamy Temple, often known as Sikkal Singarvelar Temple, at Sikkal within the district, apparently to examine the unfold of COVID 19.

Devotees wouldn’t be allowed to take part in ‘Sakthivel Vangum’ and ‘Viyarvai Sinthum Katchi’ scheduled to be held on November 8, the ‘soorasamharam’ the subsequent day and the ‘thirukalyanam’ on November 10, Collector A. Arun Thamburaj stated in a press launch.

All the three occasions can be dwell streamed on and

On different days of the festival, devotees can be allowed to have darshan at the temple. Devotees ought to adhere to private distancing norms and put on face masks whereas queuing up for darshan, he stated and urged folks to increase their cooperation to the temple authorities.

Special Correspondent , 2021-11-05 19:15:45

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